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Day trips from Budapest – the Danube Bend

Undoubtedly, Budapest is a magnificent city and has a lot to offer to the visitor. From its famous thermal baths, art nouveau architecture to its ruin pubs and historic coffee houses it continues to be one of the top city destinations among tourists. However, few tourists know that besides Budapest there is a myriad of day trip options nearby that well worth a visit.

Danube Bend Tour 

An excursion into Hungary’s history along the Blue Danube (3 historic places in 1 day) – We make a short visit by bus to Slovakia and drive back to Esztergom, (Center of the Catholic Church) – interior visit of the Cathedral and after we show you in Visegrad (the former Royal Residence) a great view on the Danube Valley. After the Lunch (3-course menu with 1 mineral water) – we carry on to Szentendre (guided walk in the Artists’ village) at the end of the tour we return to Budapest on
the Danube by public scheduled boat (Duration: 1 hour) – the tour ends at the Pier/City Centre.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOUR

The Eurama Budapest Sightseeing City Tour Travel Agency was founded in 2003 which nowadays has a wide range of partners. More than 600 travel agencies and hotels are selling our programs. The EUrama is the market leading Travel Agency in organizing full and half day quality tours in Budapest and Hungary. The office has several well know improvements in its field such as introducing the Hop on Hop off sightseeing tour and later the Hop on Hop off Boat Tour. EUrama was also among the first companies who realized the importance of establishing tourist information points at the major attractions for the better service of the guests.

Credit: EUrama

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