Day 1 - Budapest - Eger
In the morning we drive to Eger, to the baroque pearl of north-eastern Hungary (the land of the famous Bull's Blood wine). In the afternoon follows the sightseeing of the beautiful town, visiting the Basilica, the famous fortress, the most northern Minaret of Europe and we stroll in the centre of Eger. Dinner in a restaurant located at the famous wine growing region, called 'Szép Asszony Völgye' is included Overnight in Eger.
Day 2 - Eger - Debrecen - Hajduszoboszlo
After buffet-breakfast in the hotel we visit the LYCEUM, one of the most impressive buildings of the city. On he first floor of the building you'll find the famous diocesan library. Several medieval codices, manuscripts and the only Mozart-letter in Hungary can be found in the collection. In the 53 m high tower of the building the Observatory Museum and the "Specula" Periscope both are unique. Afterwards we drive to Debrecen and visit the Great Calvinist Church of the city. This church is the symbol of Debrecen. The predecessor of the church was built in the 12th century but later it was burned down. From Debrecen it is only 15 minutes drive to Hajdúszoboszló. It is one of the most popular spa settlements in Hungary. Free time in the afternoon, dinner in a local restaurant. Overnight in Hajdúszoboszló
Day 3 - Hajduszoboszlo - Opusztaszer - Szeged
After buffet breakfast in the hotel, we have time to visit the Aqua Park or spa of Hajduszoboszlo. Early afternoon continue our trip to Szeged. On the way we stop to visit the National Historical Memorial Park. After the optional visit, we drive to Szeged. Dinner organized in a typical Hungarian fish 'Csarda'.
Overnight in Szeged.
Day 4 - Szeged - Baja - Mohacs - Pecs
After breakfast in Szeged, we take a small sightseeing tour in the 'City of Light', statues, and fountains. We visit the fourth largest church in Hungary, the Serbian Orthodox Church, the Synagogue and stroll in the Mediterranean atmosphere streets. After the pleasant morning, we continue the tour to Pécs, the 'Mediterranean City' which is the part of the world heritage. On our way we visit the historical memorial place in Mohacs and then we drive to Pecs. Overnight in Pecs.
Day 5 - Pecs- Keszthely - Heviz
After buffet breakfast in the hotel, we discover this beautiful 2000 year old Mediterranean atmosphere town. We visit the crypts from the 3rd and 4th centuries AD, which have been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage list; the Basilica, the Bishop's Palace, the Djami of Gázi Kászhim, the Minaret and also the world famous Zsolnay Porcelain Museum. We drive to the region of Lake Balaton. We reach the lake at its Southern edge at Balatonszentgyorgy. We drive up to Keszthely, where we visit the most famous sights of the city, such as Festetics Castle, Georgikon and Library too. Early evening we reach Heviz, which is world famous for its thermal water and lake. Dinner in a local restaurant, overnight in Heviz.
Day 6 - Heviz - Veszprem - Herend - Pannonhalma - Budapest
After breakfast we drive to Veszprem, which is among the oldest cities of the country. After a short walk in the city we drive to the world's largest porcelain manufactory, founded in Herend in 1826. After the guided tour through the manufactory, the guests are welcome for coffee at the 'Porcelanium'. On the way to Budapest we stop at Pannonhalma Abbey (also included on the UNESCO World Heritage list), the "Most Ancient Hungarian House" a treasury of past Hungarian architectural craft. Return to Budapest.