2017-10-07
 

Kecskemét, Puszta Plains, and Horse Show Tour from Budapest

 

Kecskemét, Puszta Plains, and Horse Show Tour from Budapest

Discover Hungary’s Great Plains or ‘puszta’ and enjoy a visit to the town of Kecskemét and a horse show and Hungarian lunch on this day trip from Budapest. Travel south to Hungary’s puszta prairie, and take a guided stroll around Kecskemét to see its art nouveau buildings. Then, visit a farm to watch a Hungarian equestrian show, take a carriage ride, and enjoy a traditional 3-course lunch and Hungarian refreshments. Hotel pickup in Budapest included. Highlights

Hotel pickup included Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city Ideal choice for families Popular choice with kids Lunch included Day trip (destination A to B)

What You Can Expect

Puszta Tour with the 'Csikós' After pickup from your central Budapest hotel, make the 1-hour journey south to the city of Kecskemét, situated on the fringes of Hungary’s ‘puszta’ or Great Plains.On arrival, take a guided walk around Kecskemét’s beautiful downtown area to admire its art nouveau architecture, including the City Hall, Theater, churches, and Old Synagogue.From here, travel onward to a Hungarian farm and enjoy a traditional welcome drink of the country’s famous barackpálinka (apricot brandy), served alongside pogácsa (salty scones).Next, take the opportunity to enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride on the puszta grasslands, and watch a classic Hungarian horse show featuring several breathtaking stunts. After admiring the horseriding displays, sit down to a tasty 3-course local lunch, including Hungary’s famous goulash stew, wine, water and coffee, and accompanied by the country’s gypsy music.Your tour then ends with a drop-off in Budapest city center

 

 

 

 

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