Budapest’s Culinary Delicacies

From gourmet restaurants to cozy cafes and characteristic wine bars - Budapest’s culinary scene becomes more and more interesting. One thing is certain: the Hungarians love hearty dishes and feast what their heart desires. Cream and shortening are an integral part in these dishes. Taste it on your own, and get to know Budapest and its culinary specialties.



Fishermen’s Bastion
Fishermen’s Bastion, which originated as a weir system, is located on the Buda side and replaces the medieval fish market of Buda. Fishermen’s Bastion was constructed in neo-Romantic style; its sharp pointed towers are made of stone and symbolise the seven tribal leaders of Hungary.

Matthias Church
Matthias Church, probably the most famous church in Budapest, is located right next to the Fishermen’s Bastion in the heart of the Budapest’s castle district. A wide range of Hungarian kings have been coronated at the Matthias Church, and today it is home to ecclesiastical treasures and essential burial places.

Culinary Walking Tour
The culinary walking tour leads you to the Great Market Hall, located on the Pest side, as well as to other hand-picked gourmet venues. Your guide informs you about the origin of the Hungarian cuisine, has answers to why cream and shortening are integral parts of the Hungarian cuisine and knows the gourmet-hot-spots in town. 
Tastings included.



Day 1: Arrival In Budapest 

Arrival at your hotel in Budapest.
The remainder of the day is yours to spend at leisure.

Welcome dinner at a traditional restaurant or at your hotel. 
Overnight stay in Budapest.


Day 2: Budapest 

After breakfast you discover the classical side of Budapest in the course of a panoramic city tour. During the tour you will pass by the characteristic attractions such as the Parliament, Heroe’s Square, Citadel, Gellért Bath, Chainbridge, etc. Following, you visit the Castle District with interior visits to Fishermen’s Bastion and Matthias Church.  
Lunch at local restaurant.

In the afternoon a culinary walking tour leads you to the Market Hall as well as to other hand-picked gourmet venues. Tastings included!

Dinner at a traditional restaurant.
Overnight stay in Budapest.


Day 3: Budapest 

The morning is yours to spend at leisure.

The afternoon is dedicated to a leisurely walk during which you learn about Budapest’s coffeehouse tradition. 
Following, you visit a traditional coffeehouse and enjoy a coffeebreak with traditional Hungarian pastries.

Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight stay in Budapest.


Day 4: Departure from Budapest 

After breakfast you start your homeward journey.
Have a safe trip!

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