As our home city, we know Budapest and we offer multiple ways to help you enjoy the city. Let us coordinate the hassle of picking up and dropping off your group from the airport. We can help you create the perfect half- or full-day tour of the city or take you beyond Budapest to tour the Balkans with our drivers who know the area.
Budapest is full of attractions for large and small groups alike and our drivers are pros at navigating the city’s crowded streets. Spend a day or two exploring the city’s hot springs, rich traditional cuisine, and Unesco World Heritage architecture before heading out to see what southeastern Europe has to offer.
GREAT MARKET HALL
– Three floors of fresh produce, flowers, and baked goods as well as freshly prepared dishes, this market is big enough to offer its own food and tasting tours. You could spend half a day exploring this market alone, but it is just one of many such markets around the city and is considered an integral part of local life.
AGGTELEK NATIONAL PARK
– Right on the border between Hungary and Slovakia, Aggtelek National Park is home to the Baradla-Domica Caverns which is the largest stalactite cave system in Europe. The park boasts over 14 miles of underground pathways through the otherworldly beauty of the chambers, caverns, and the underground river of the limestone caves.
– This 150-kilometer stretch of uninterrupted sandy beach is dotted with coastal villages and historic landmarks. Along with sunbathing and swimming in the Adriatic Sea, there is plenty of shopping, dining, and hiking available all along the coast. Consider a group tour to the hillside castle ruins of Himara with its views of the coast spread out below.
-This Serbian city has a history dating back to the Roman Empire. The city is technically only the third-largest in the country but it was once the seat of power for Constantine the Great. Now the city is known for its ancient fortifications as well as its status as a modern cultural hub. Take a walk through Tinker’s Alley to find the city’s craftsmen creating and selling their traditional wares side by side with modern boutiques and restaurants.