From Budapest: Private Shore Excursion to Szentendre

From Budapest: Private Shore Excursion to Szentendre

From $280 per group up to 4

Discover the artist's town of Szentendre on this excursion from Budapest. Pass through ancient Roman monuments, a historic aqueduct, amphitheater, and ruins. Stroll through the charming cobblestone streets and visit the renowned Marzipan Museum.

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Duration 5 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Hungarian, Italian
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Experience

Highlights
  • Discover the historic Szentendre with its Marzipan Museum and numerous galleries
  • Roam around the grounds of the Skanzen Open Air Village Museum
  • Stroll through ancient ruins of the Roman Aquincum settlement
  • During the summer, enjoy a 60 minute ride along the beautiful Danube River
Full description
Enjoy a half-day tour of Szentendre, known as the "artist's town," from Budapest. On the way to the charming village, take in ancient Roman monuments of the Aquincum settlement. Discover a historic aqueduct, Roman amphitheater, and the remaining ruins of the city. Experience the quiet charm and stroll through the cobblestone streets. Enjoy your free time with a visit to an antique shop or one of the many art museums. A visit to the unique Marzipan Museum is included with plenty of time for coffee and cake. During the summer a 60 minute return trip to Budapest is provided by boat on the Danube.
Includes
  • All transfers and transportation
  • English-speaking guide
  • Parking and taxes
  • Entrance fees
  • Meals

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  • Car accomodates up to 4 people, a bigger car can be provided for larger parties.
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Product ID: 18153