Budapest: Óbuda, Aquincum and Szentendre Private Tour
- Private group
- Pickup available
- Skip the ticket line
per group up to 4
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We would definitely recommend this trip to people who would like to see 3 towns in 1 day. Although we were not able to see every single detail of each town, we were able to have a glimpse into the 3 towns. Our tour guide was brilliant and was full of information and fun facts for us about every place we visited. The lunch had a great view on top of the mountain with large portions, we were definitely full after the 3 courses! The only downside to the trip was we wished we could have spent longer in Szentendre as we were only there for 1 hour, although as Budapest residents we will be able to visit again. We would really recommend this trip!
Danube bend hike. Had an amazing experience and couldn't have asked for a better host than Gyuri. He picked us up from outside our hotel at the exact time he said he would. He was very welcoming and made us feel at ease and we did the hike at our own pace. He also took some amazing photos for us. He wanted us to gain the best out of our experience and even offered to take us to the next day to finish the part of the hike we were unable to do due to weather conditions (despite already having Christmas Eve plans). His English was very good and we had no communication issues. Would definitely love to come back for another hike with Gyuri :-)
Klara was an excellent tour guide! She was so helpful with answering all of our questions and really went out her way to bring us a special and unique experience outside of the city. It was hard to pick a favorite on the tour, though we were pleasantly surprised to check another country off of our list when we made a short stop in Slovakia. The views of the Danube from the Basilica and the restaurant in Visegrad were absolutely stunning, and shopping in Szentendre was quaint and fun.
It was a good day trip to see outside the main city. Not something special but nice. The guide was a very sweet lady who knows a lot about history and willing to give you all information in depth. The lunch was just ok. The Szentendre a very beautiful-must see village but way too touristic.
A little of many things to learn about Hungary and its people. I liked the visit to the first Hungarian capital. May be I would like to visit the castle in Vishegrad, but meanwhile we had enough time for wonderful lunch with exchanging impressions with the others of the group.