Eger tour day trip

What to expect?

A perfect day trip to taste a bit of rural Hungary and visit the most beautiful baroque town of the country. After about an hour and a half drive we arrive in the scenic town of Eger, full of history, authentic small town atmosphere and nice countryside. If you love wine, we can visit a wine cellar in the “Beautiful lady’s valley” and taste some of Hungary’s best wines.

Duration:

Duration: 8-9 hours

Cost:**

tour up to 4 people: 110000HUF or 360 EUR
(for a group of more than 4 people please contact me for a quotation, cost does not include entrance fees, wine tasting and food)

Highlights visited on the tour:

Eger castle

Dobo square

Minorite church

Basilica

Wine cellar (optional)

My tours are always tailored to your needs and interest so do not hesitate to let me know your special request when you contact me.

Detailed description

Detailed description: After about an hour and a half drive from Budapest we arrive in the scenic town of Eger. We take a walk in this charming baroque town, visiting the castle which tells the story of Hungarians’ heroic fights against the Turks in the 16th-17th century. We stroll on Dobo’s square, visit Hungary’s second largest Basilica and enjoy the atmosphere of an authentic small town. Eger has a memory of Hungary’s Turkish occupation: the minaret which is the northernmost minaret in Europe from the top of which we can enjoy a marvellous panorama of the city.
If you love and want to taste wine, we will visit a wine cellar in the Beautiful lady’s Valley or if you prefer so, we have lunch in one of Eger’s nice restaurants.
After a day full of new experience, historical impression, nice food and drink we return back to Budapest.

 

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My name is Magdi Pelech. I am a licenced Budapest tour guide. Would you like to have a unique private tour experience? Do you feel like having a Budapest sightseeing tour with an entusiastic guide?
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