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.
|Budapest in One Day Top Attractions|
With this itinerary you can see the top attractions of Budapest and be sure that you have covered all of the most important sites. The itinerary takes you easily from attraction to attraction and includes must-see sites like the Chain Bridge, House of Parliament, St Stephens Basilica, National Opera House and the Central Market. It also leaves time to enjoy one of the city’s world-class museums the Hungarian National Museum.
Budapest, one of Europe’s most densely populated cities, and certainly one of its prettiest, is packed with places of cultural and historical importance, making this a traveler’s dream destination. Located on the Danube River, Budapest also has no less than 80 geothermal springs which attract visitors from far and wide who come seeking their healing qualities. Budapest’s most important sights seem almost too numerous to mention. Perhaps the best place to begin a trip to this city is to visit the Hungarian National Museum, housed in a neoclassic building, and holding one of the most important collections of historical artefacts and artworks.
|Private Wine and Sightseeing Tour with One-Way Budapest - Bratislava Transfer|
Immerse yourself in the natural splendor of Hungary and Slovakia’s wine regions on a private full-day tour from Budapest to Bratislava. As you travel through the beautiful countryside, you’ll visit wine regions, Etyek and Južnoslovenská, and taste select wine varietals. Marvel at the 1,000-year-old abbey that produces Pannonhalma wine and enjoy views of the Danube River from Neszmély winery. On this private tour, you’ll receive undivided attention from your guide and be offered the chance to customize your itinerary. One-way transport from Budapest to Bratislava is included.
|Budapest Jewish Heritage|
Travel through Budapest’s historic Jewish Quarter on a walking tour and learn about the community that remains active there today. See the Kazinczy Street Synagogue, Raul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park, the Jewish Museum and more, as your guide discusses in-depth the Jewish heritage behind the streets that you pass. With a 2-hour and 4-hour route to choose from, you’ll hear about the community’s past and the important role that the Jewish culture plays in contemporary Hungarian society. Highlights Jewish history tour of Budapest Enjoy a casually paced walk around Budapest’s important Jewish sites Visit the Jewish Museum, Dohány Street Synagogue, Jewish quarter and more Enter the noteworthy Kazinczy Street Synagogue and enjoy cake from a local kosher bakery (Grand Tour only) Learn all about Hungary's Jewish history, heritage and culture from an expert guide Choose from several tour durations and itineraries