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Art Noveau Tour in Budapest  

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The charming city of Budapest usually surprises its visitors, offering them all the beauties of the modern buildings, and an urban city plan really enjoyable.   The most of Budapest was built on the 18th and 19th century, and for this reason... more the art noveau style is admirable in every street corner, and to appreciate it better, Go Hungary Tours arranges complete package tour really suitable for all the travellers who love wandering around a city, appreciating every single spot while a professional guide explain them the history and the legends of the places they are looking at.   Departing from Budapest, after the Hotel check in, visit the Art Nouveau style Gellért Thermal Bath located at the Buda foot of Szabadság Bridge, where wonderful sculptures and mosaic are still preserved.   The day 2 is the busiest day of the tour. After breakfast a 3 hours city tour to visit the main attraction of the city such as the Opera House, Heroes Square/Millenium Memorial, downtown, Erzsébet Bridge, panorama view to the banks of the River Danube with famous public buildings, panorama view from Gellért Hill, walk in the Castle district, Matthias Church (outside), Fishermen Bastion, panorama view to the city, Margit Bridge, the House of Parliament (outside).   In the Afternoon, after a delicious lunch based on local food, tourists visit the Art Nouveau style Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden.   In the evening enjoy a cruise tour on the Danube river, to appreciate the amazing Budapest attractions from an alternative point of view, while having a great dinner on board, watching the night face of the city.   The day 3 excursion to the Hungarian Puszta. Start with a short walk in Kecskemét, in the so-called Famous Town including the Art Nouveau style Ciffra Palace. Then a short journey to a typical farm in Puszta, where tourists attend an horse show and carriage drive. A Typical Hungarian 3-course-lunch with wine and gipsy music in a Csárda is served.   The last day, after breakfast, free morning for shopping, then in the afternoon pick up service to the airport and end of service.
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