View of Budapest and the Danube

Hungary

Where the natural might of the River Danube meets the cultural splendour of this proud nation

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Adventure Holidays in Hungary

As the morning light breaks across the River Danube and gives way to panoramic views over the magnificently preserved capital Budapest, feel humbled by the relationship between culture and nature at the heart of Europe. From the historic inner-city areas to dramatic scenery, Hungary has enough to satisfy any traveller.

Budapest, Hungary's capital, is actually two cities - Buda, dominated by the Castle Hill Palace complex high above the river, and Pest, the bustling and more cosmopolitan centre of trade. From the 14th to the 16th centuries Buda was the dominant city, before a royal settlement caused several castles to be built, and a formal union between Buda and Pest, on opposite sides of the Danube, took place in 1867.

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Hungary Adventure Holidays

Highlights of Central Europe

Enjoy the cultures and landscapes of the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia

Guided Group, Tailormade Adventures

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14 days inc. flights
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Expert view: Cycling in Hungary

Our iconic Prague to Budapest Ride takes you from the cobbled streets and C14th bridges of Prague through four countries to Budapest. On the way you’ll pass world-class architectural masterpieces, UNESCO World Heritage gardens and sleepy hamlets where life has remained almost unchanged for generations. Exodus Expert Georgina Lawrence says:

“Central and Eastern Europe: the new kids from the eastern bloc are undeniably amongst the coolest travel destinations on the planet right now. After many years of isolation, these countries have arrived fashionably late to the party and are making up for lost time – chic trendy cities with ruined underground bars, fantastically quiet backroads leading through scenery few tourists get to see, and some of the finest up-and-coming vineyards out there.” 

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We offer a range of self-guided walking and cycling adventures. We’ll take care of your luggage, supply detailed route notes, information about points of interest, help with translations, and details of cafés and restaurants. You’re free to travel at your own pace, so there’s always time for a paddle in the sea or detour to that vineyard…

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