Private Art Nouveau Tour Budapest
During the tour you get to see the breathtaking pieces of architecture in a style that started to flourish towards the end of the 1900’s. In merely 20 years numerous masterpieces were constructed according to the various branches of the Secessionist Movement present in Europe. Viennese Secession, Jugendstil, French and Belgian Art Nouveau and finally for the first time, a real “National Style” was also born: the Hungarian Art Nouveau. Among these beautiful edifices we offer you the chance to admire Gresham Palace, the Hungarian National Treasury, the Museum of Applied Arts and much more that you could ever find in a guidebook. A coffee stop is also included in the tour at a marvellous Art Nouveau scene. Highlights Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences Small group ensures personal service Treat a loved one on a special occasion Free hotel pickup and drop-off included Led by an art historian What You Can Expect To start the tour, meet your private guide at your hotel, apartment, or any other spot in the city.Still the best spot to start this tour is the Museum of Applied Arts, the masterpiece of Ödön Lechner who is often referred to as the Hungarian Gaudí. Following a pleasant walk we take a short tram ride back to the city centre where most of our famous Art Nouveau buildings can be found. After having observed several modern constructions of the style around Váci street, we pop into the Gresham Palace to enjoy the luxurious atmosphere of the past and the present. Reaching Liberty Square we can’t miss to take a coffee brake in the House of Hungarian Art Nouveau that even has a private collection of the time. Finally, we must wonder around and explore the square as all of the buildings are from the same period. Last but not least we must admire the Hungarian State Treasury and its unforgettable rooftop that is invisible from street level nevertheless we bring it close to you.In this 3-4 hour walking tour the public transport ticket and a drink is included.
|Heviz Geothermal Lake Private Tour from Budapest|
Be part of this great experience and sign up for our private Heviz geothermal Lake and Wellness Tour.This is Europe's biggest geothermal heated lake with all year around bathing and wellness facilities since the water temperature always stays between 26-38 degrees Celsius even during the coldest winter months. With various massages, sauna, wellness and mud bath you will surely be rejuvenated inside out. The lake is situated near the western end of Lake Balaton with adjacent spa baths both outdoor and indoor. It makes a great relaxing place to go swimming and unwind.This is a whole day tour with private, English speaking driver leaving from your Budapest Hotel.
|Private Budapest Ecseri Flea Market Tour: Antiques, Curios and Hungarian Culture|
Search Budapest’s treasure trove of antiques, art and artifacts on a 3-hour tour of the Ecseri Flea Market. Buzzing with eclectic energy, wander the stalls with your guide to find anything from communist relics to furniture and vintage fashion. Your guide will help you communicate with the cast of Hungarian characters sitting behind each stall and provide knowledgeable commentary on many of the items you peruse. Refuel with a complimentary coffee and lángos, a savory Hungarian treat, before exploring some more for fun mementos to bring home.
Explore Budapest’s eclectic Ecseri Flea Market on a 3-hour tour Communicate with local sellers with the help of a guide Peruse communist medals, Hungarian artwork, antique furniture and more Recharge with a complimentary coffee and savory treat
|Private Art Nouveau Tour Budapest|
During the tour you get to see the breathtaking pieces of architecture in a style that started to flourish towards the end of the 1900’s. In merely 20 years numerous masterpieces were constructed according to the various branches of the Secessionist Movement present in Europe. Viennese Secession, Jugendstil, French and Belgian Art Nouveau and finally for the first time, a real “National Style” was also born: the Hungarian Art Nouveau.