Hungarian Specialities

Start your day with a guided tour by learning the history of our famous herb liqueur. Enjoy a traditional Hungarian lunch in the city center and discover the historical monuments in the heart of Budapest. Visit the St. Stephen’s Basilica the largest catholic church of Budapest and taste a delicious chocolate in the famous Szamos Café.
End your day with a traditional dinner accompained with live music.

During the Hungarian Specialities itinerary you will learn the history of outsanding Hungarian families who established famous products that became”Hungaricum” in the century. You will mostly taste the traditional Hungarian flavours including meals and drinks and you also discover famous sights of Budapest as well. The itinerary will be customized around your preferences.

The price shown on the offer (19 600 HUF) is the expected cost for the suggested programs including admission fees, entrance ticket prices and transportation fees. You will pay all these costs directly to the service provider companies. You can find the fee of the itinerary planning service under the Pricing and Payment section.

After submitting your request I will send you an Overview of your itinerary free of charge. In case you are satisfied with the overview you will find the payment instructions of the itinerary planning service fee as well. Upon receiving your payment I begin to create your itinerary. All discussions will happen via e-mail during the planning. At the end of the process I will send you the finalized Step-by-step Itinerary in PDF and the final invoice of my service. During your stay in Budapest, you can also contact me in case of any questions related to your trip.

The itinerary overview includes the following information:

  • Brief summary with a list of suggested programs of your itinerary
  • Exact price of entrance fees
  • Exact price of transportation tickets
  • Itinerary Planning Service fee

What can you expect from the Hungarian Specialities itinerary?

  • General introduction to Hungarian cuisine: you will get information about traditional Hungarian meals, eating habits, typical dishes and what we call “Hungaricums”
  • Detailed description of the listed program ideas: highlighting interesting facts of each place and sight, what to expect from each program, how to book the entrance tickets and make reservations
  • Daily time schedule: easily organise your day from morning to evening in order to have time to attend every program
  • Recommendations where to eat
  • Useful travel information: how to get discounts, where to exchange money, how much tip to give for service providers, emergency phone numbers, embassy addresses
  • Information on transportation: full guide on how to use public transportation, what kind of transportation tickets to use and where to buy them, custom maps to know how to get from one place to another, how to get to the city from the airport

1.Hungarian Specialities itinerary: from 19 600 HUF/ day/person (approx. 62€)
The indicated cost is an estimation for 1 day/person. The price includes the admission fees, ticket costs, transportation fees which you have to purchase in advance or on spot directly from the service provider companies.

2.Itinerary Planning fee: 9 500 HUF/ 1day itinerary planning (approx.30€)
In case you are satisfied with the overview of itinerary you will find the proforma invoice of the planning service fee. The payment can be settled via bank transfer or by credit card. Please note that the proforma invoice includes the fee of the itinerary planning service only, you will pay all additional costs (such as admission fees, entrance ticket prices and transportation ticket prices) directly to the service provider companies.

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Let’s create your Itinerary to Budapest

Read more about the itinerary planning service and get more information on how does the process work, what does my service include and what can you expect. Click here for more. I also created a short blog post including some background information about itinerary planning.