Trips in Hungary
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Hello. My name is is Sándor Csicsmán: I am a qualified and licensed tour guide. My profile:taking small groups and individuals. English, German and Spanish knowledge. Professional and reliable services.
As I am a teacher of History and Literature as well, I can give you a widespread insight into the Hungarian ...(read more)culture.I can devise a specific tour of your own itinerary based on your requirements - if you want to explore a specific area.
From the moment I pick you up at your accommodation we can fine-tune the tour to suit your requirements. We travel at a place that suits you, staying for as long as you require at any location or attraction. As I am totally independent I can spend as many days as you need with you. By car is far the best way to see Hungary.
Besides Budapest I can take you to the scenic countryside.
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There are many chances to explore Budapest on the basis of your interest Parliament building / Andrassy ut / Heroes' Square / Gellert Hill / Chain Bridge / Castle District / (Fisherman's Bastion and Matthias Church) / City Center or Buda Castle - Castle district, Danube embankment, Chain Bridge, Liberty Bridge, Elizabeth Bridge, Margaret Bridge, Andrássy Avenue, Matthias Church, Parliament, Fisherman’s Bastion, Sándor Palace- residence of President, Gellért Hill, Citadella, Liberation Monument, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Gresham Palace, Museums of Fine Arts, Palace of Arts, Opera House, Millennium Monument, House of Terror Museum, City Park, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Vajdahunyad castle or Heroes' Square (stop and some walks in the City Park), Andrassy ut (stop at the Opera, visit the underground station of M1), St Stephan's Basilica, Elisabeth bridge (stop at the Citadel on the Gellert Hill), Central Market Hall (nice place for shopping and eating as well) Chain Bridge, Castle District with Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion, Russwurm confectioner's (candy shop), Margaret Bridge - view of Margaret Island, Parliament, Gellert Hill and Buda Castle, Parliament and environs, Downtown One full example: During this city tour we go through the most amazing and historical sights of Pest and Buda. On the Pest side we visit the impressive Heroes’ Square where you get an explanation about the Millennium Monument and its museums.The millennial monument was built in 1896 to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of the arrival of Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin.The monument consists of two semi-circles on the top of which the symbols of War and Peace, Work and Welfare, Knowledge and Glory can be seen.The niches are decorated by the statues of kings, governors and famous characters of the Hungarian history. At the foot of each statue a small relief depicts the most important moment of the life of the personality. In the middle of Heroes' square stands a 36 metres high Corinthian column with the statue of Archangel Gabriel on the top, the symbol of the Roman Catholic religion. You can have some free time to take photos. The City Park behind the square has many sights, too: one of the most famous restaurants of Hungary Gundel, Széchenyi Spa, Grand Circus, Zoo, Amusement Park and the scenic Vajdahunyad castle. The tour continues along the Andrássy Avenue (UNESCO World Heritage) where we pass by some mansions of former aristocrats, former Music Academy and the Hungarian State Opera House. The Andrássy Avenue is a 2,310-metre boulevard lined with buildings in uniform architecture and linking the City Centre with the City Park. Andrássy Avenue, including the Millennium Underground Railway, running beneath the surface, as well as Heroes’ Square. Then, we visit the St Stephen’s Cathedral and you see the magnificent neo-Gothic Parliament building. It is located on the bank of the Danube, serves as the permanent seat of the National Assembly. The building complex, the biggest of its kind in Hungary, was erected between 1884 and 1904. After crossing the Danube River we arrive in the Castle District of Buda (UNESCO World Heritage) that used to be the capital of Hungary for several hundred years. In this historical part of Buda you have chance to visit the neo-Gothic Matthias Church, the most beautiful and most well-known Catholic church in Budapest, which thanks to its outstanding location largely determines the image of the Castle District, as seen from the Pest side. Officially named as the Church of Our Lady, this royal cathedral was erected in multiple steps (between the 13th and 15th centuries). It gained its present-day neo-Gothic form in 1896, following a major reconstruction overseen by Frigyes Schulek. You can take a view of the Danube and the Pest side from the Fishermen’s Bastion. It was only constructed between 1895-1902. It is named after the fishermen’s guild because according to customs in the Middle Ages this guild was in charge of defending this part of the castle wall. As a matter of fact it has never had a defending function. The architect was Frigyes Schulek, who planned the building in neo-gothic style. The seven towers symbolize the seven chieftains, who conquered the land for the Hungarians. The Fisherman’s bastion greatly contributes to the cityscape and offers a breathtaking panorama on the Pest side. In front of the Fisherman's bastion, the equestrian statue depicts our first king, St Stephen. The Matthias Church and the Fisherman's bastion are the most beloved sights of the Buda Castle District. Of course, we’ll have a 10-15 min. WC and refreshments break where you can buy snacks and drinks (hot and cold) During the whole day program you will have the opportunity to have lunch in a typical Hungarian restaurant. You may not know these places or you havn't even heard about them. No problem at all. Beleive me, I will show you the the famous and captivating sites of the city, but much more -if you rely on me!!! You will see the hidden treasures of Budapest, too. I will show you the special places and things that make Budapest great. The tours are only recommendations and ideas how to get acquainted with this city. According to your interest (e.g. art and culture, views, interiors, shopping, night life) a personalized private tour is always a perfect opportunity to a creative approach.
From your arrival to your departure and arranged private transfers to your hotel, you are taken care of with different discoveries of every romantic district of Budapest each day, by car, by metro or by foot, with the Big History and small stories including lovely lunches in unusual places known only by the locals. You will only get the best prices and best value for all what I provide and a personalized and very flexible service. Take an evening tour to explore the lights of the fascinating city. The tour organized by car, brings you to the highlights of Budapest: Castle district with its romantic old houses, view to the river Danube from Fisherman's Bastion, the old Chain Bridge lights, Gresham Four Season luxury hotel (outside), the Parliament area and Liberty Square, St. Stephen Basilica, pedestrian roads, view the evening life on the promenade of the river bank, Andrassy Blvd with its elegant buildings, Hero's Square statues, the old Castle in the City Park, the modern National Theater and Concert Center at the modern bridge. The tour ends at a typical Hungarian Restaurant with folklore program and gipsy music, or if you prefer at a night club with attractive girls and sex program. It is up to you. Budapest abounds in clubs and bars, and charming girls. If you want I can organize you a fantastic night with beautiful girls.
Győr Sightseeing in Győr can provide you with great fun and excitement. Győr is the principle city of northwest Hungary. It is the capital city of Győr-Moson-Sopron County. Győr is a very colorful and bright city. The land of Győr is dotted with architectural, cultural and natural sites. After the Hungarian capital of Budapest, and also the city of Sopron, Győr contains the highest quantity of historical buildings and significant monuments in the whole of Hungary. Any travellers passing through the Transdanubia area of Hungary should not miss spending time in Győr which is centred around the confluence of the Rába and Monsoni-Danube rivers. Next to the train station, take a walk up the traffic-free street of Baross Gábor Utca and you will almost feel like you are stepping back in history, since there are so many sights from the 17th century and the 18th century situated here. There are number of places for sightseeing in Győr. You will really have a lovely time visiting all the places of interest in Győr. Some of the prominent places that you will surely enjoy visiting are: Széchenyi Square – Széchenyi Square is one of the most remarkable places in Győr. This place is very much notable because of its size as well as for the variety of buildings located in the area. Káptalan Domb (Chapter Hill) / Győr Cathedral The Káptalan Domb is home to the beautiful basilica (bazilika) that is Győr Cathedral, which boasts foundations from the 11th century and architecture that is a slight mishmash of different styles, including a mixture of Gothic, Neo-classical and Romanesque element. City Hall The City Hall is amongst the city's most beautiful and recognisable attractions, and stands close to Bisinger Park, where its tall central tower stands proudly above the trees. Bécsi Kapu Tér (Vienna Gate Square) / Carmellite Church and Fortifications The Bécsi Kapu Tér is where many of Győr's most important landmarks and historical tourist attractions reside. The square itself is dominated by the beautiful Carmellite Church, which dates back to the early part of the 18th century. Chapel of St. Ladislaus The tourists will see a masterpiece of Gothic art, a reliquary bust of St. Ladislaus, King of Hungary from 1077 to 1095, on the altar of this early 15th century Gothic Chapel. There is a Rococo statue of St Michael (1764) on the south side of the Cathedral. Iron Cockerel The figure, an iron cockerel on a double cross with a crescent-moon base, standing on the bank of the Mosoni Danube is the symbol of the city. Kisfaludy Theatre Located southeast of the Benedictine monastery, stands the modern Kisfaludy Theatre, built in 1978. Sopron The tourist attractions in Sopron are many and varied. There are numerous things that you should not miss. These attractions reflect the true flavor of Sopron and you will be happy to be introduced to it in such an exciting manner. It is one of the cities that has the largest number of monuments in the whole of Hungary. Sopron is situated along the Austrian-Hungarian border at the foot of the Alps. It is 220 kilometers away from Budapest and about 60 kilometers away from Vienna. There are a number of tourist attractions that you should not miss and these will not fail to enthrall you. The streets of the city are quaint and quiet and little. This is a historic city and the city center itself beautifully reflects its traditional past. Here you will also find unique buildings and other historical monuments that belong to the Middle Ages. Besides the beautiful historical buildings there are some other aspects as well that would attract any visitor. There are the Sopron Festival Weeks that are organized every year. There are other tourist attractions as well: Spring Days, Sopron Wine Festival, professional exhibitions, Pan-European Meetings and many other events. Make sure that you do not miss these. The attractions are not limited to the buildings alone but the city and its environment is a special attraction. The natural beauty of the place, the mountainsides with the dense forests, lookout towers, springs and the air of the Alps make Sopron is just the place to visit if you are looking for mental and physical recreation. The Lõvérs is one of the best recreational area of Sopron and it is situated south of the city. This particular area is also famous for its wine. Fő tér / Main Square This square, in the centre of the city, hosts some very beautiful buildings as well as some other things such as - The Mary's Column - Firewatch Tower and City Hall - Gambrinus House - Goat Church Firewatch Tower This is the symbol of Sopron, and from the top of the tower, you can enjoy beautiful views of the city. Goat Church and Chapter House Originally a Fransciscan monastery stood on this spot and it's church, in the 18th century,eventually passed to the Benedictines. This is a fine example of Hungarian Gothic architecture, apparently one of the finest in all of Hungary. It's called the 'Goat Church' because of some fanciful legend concerning a goatherd and a pot of gold . It's a huge church its exterior is really impressive. Roman Sopron This area of western Hungary was a Roman province and during the reign of Tiberius 14-37, they founded a city called Scrabantia. Sopron eventually grew from the remains of Scrabantia and around the central area of the old town you can see a lot of evidence of this. The area near the present main square of Sopron was where the forum of Scrabantia stood. Around here is one of the most delightful aspects of the old town. From these forum remains and all around the back of the fire tower are little walks, nooks and crannies with remnants of the city walls, trees now sprouting out of their crumbling remains.
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Sightseeing in Budapest, excursions to the countryside.
Explore the beautiful Hungarian cities. Sopron, Győr, Kőszeg, Pécs, Székesfehérvár
Door-to-door car transfer (up to 4 persons) to European cities.
Besides Budapest I can take you to the scenic countryside, to the beautiful Hungarian towns and villages. We can make wine tours, night trips, hiking tours, and sex tours as well. My goal is to make sure your visit is a safe, productive and an enjoyable one. I really want you to get the best out your time in Hungary. I also offer suggested tour routes to make the most of your time. I love my jo... (read more)
Győr is located in the northwestern part of Hungary. Sightseeing in Győr can provide you with great fun and excitement. Győr is a very colorful and bright city. The land of Győr is dotted with architectural, cultural and natural sites. Some of the prominent places: he ancient "heart" of the town is at the junction of three rivers - the Danube, Raba and Rabca. Its oldest buildings are 'Lakótoro... (read more)
You will cross the Danube on the Margaret Bridge (Margaret Island) and drive to the Royal Castle on the Buda side. Here you will visit the Fishermen's Bastion (Promenade) and the Matthias Church (interior visit). You will also climb the Gellert Hill for excellent photo opportunities of the city before crossing Elizabeth bridge and driving by the City Park towards Heroes' square. Passing by t... (read more)