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Private Tour in BudaFest

Saturday, 24th Feb 2018

It has to be an unforgettable night. Something different. Stylish. Like a wild date, my new hubby said. We just GTG. I agreed. We were all up for the Sparty…. A dip in a choice of pools with thermally heated water. Sensuous and luxurious too! Good for the soul, great for your body. Sexy swimsuits on, we jumped right in. Unabridged. Lights flickering, music throbbing, spirits flowing, and an amazing pyrotechnic display. I betcha never seen it like this. TYSM… Vibrant Holidays… for this raving water bash. Muaah – for an awsum Insta click! That’s my 4am kinda fun!

Celebrate Romance with Luxury Romantic Getaways in Hungary

An architectural gem with remarkable monuments, ornate churches, the largest lake and thermal water springs, Hungary is a striking country in Europe and a popular destination for luxury honeymoon.

Counted in the 15 most popular destinations in the world, Hungary is a mélange of old world charm and urban sophistication characterized by quaint villages, Roman ruins, medieval townhouses, neoclassical buildings, baroque churches, art nouveau bathhouse to modern establishments, art and music festivals and thriving nightlife.

Famous for thermal spas, experience the relaxing and rejuvenating spa as a couple with the luxury honeymoon package of Hungary.

Visit the fascinating Capital of Hungary, Budapest

Budapest Private Tour

The charming city of Budapest is not only known for its rich heritage and thermal spas but also for its throbbing nightlife and music festivals, making it a preferred city for honeymooners. With Private city tour of Budapest, explore the city’s history with a visit to the magnificent Hungarian Parliament, Buda castle, the largest synagogue in Europe – Great Synagogue, Esztergom Basilica – the third largest church in Europe, the magnificent Szechenyi Chain Bridge which connects Buda to Pest, the Danube promenade, Matthias church built in baroque style, UNESCO Biosphere reserves and Andrássy Avenue.

Also known as ‘city of spas’, Budapest blessed with abundant hot springs has several thermal baths ranging from authentic bathhouses dating from the Turkish occupation, art nouveau palaces and clinical sanatoriums. Locals and tourists throng the baths for therapeutic, medicinal and recreational purposes. Szechenyi Spa Baths is the famous and largest spa baths in Europe with its 15 indoor baths and 3 grand outdoor pools. It was built in 1913 and sports a modern renaissance style.

Budapest is also famous for its partying lifestyle. With a fantastic nightlife and great parties held at the thermal spas, Budapest also holds many festivals that attracts tourists. Some major festivals are Budafest, Budapest Summer Festival, Szeigest Festival, Festival of Folk Arts, Budapest Short Film Festival, Budapest Wine Festival and many more.

Revel in the celebrations of the famous Budafest, a festival that takes place at multiple venues and gives a glimpse of the essence of the city. Party by the day at the many watering holes while pub crawling and hop on the boat for the fantabulous party with a DJ. By night get ready to hit the ruin bar Otkert, the beautiful concert hall Akvarium and sparty at the spectacular thermal spa transformed into a party haven. It is indeed a lifetime experience to be enjoyed with your partner.

Best Time for Luxury Hungary Holidays

The best time to visit Hungary and Budapest is between March-May during Spring season and September-November. With idyllic weather, the temperature ranges from 20-25c proving ideal for walking tours, bar hopping, exploring the city and enjoying the thermal spas. Spring season holds many food, wine and music festivals whereas August is the month wherein most of the exciting festivals take place including the Budafest. June-July though peak tourist season tends to get extremely hot and December-Feb the temperature drops to near zero and is extremely chilly with snowfall. Winter season sees the advent of winter sports and beautiful Christmas markets and Christmas events.

How to Reach Hungary

By Air:

The major airports in Hungary are Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport and Airport Debrecen.

By Train:

Budapest is the central station and there are 3 main international railway stations in Budapest: Eastern (Keleti), Western (Nyugati) and Southern (Déli). More than 50 trains a day provide direct links between Budapest and 25 other European countries such as Croatia, Austria, Poland, Germany, Switzerland, Czech Republic and many others.

By Road:

Hungary is well-connected to its neighboring countries and can be easily accessed by road. Schengen visa holders too can enter Hungary by road.

By Sea:

A hydrofoil service operates to and from Budapest - Vienna between June -September. After the hydrofoil trip, which takes you through scenic areas of Hungary (such as the beautiful Danube Bend), you arrive in the heart of Budapest.

By Bus:

International and domestic buses depart from and arrive to the Népliget Bus Station from various European countries such as Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine.