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Hungary: a fresh take on European travel

Skip the beaten path of holiday destinations and visit the land with over a thousand hot springs, Europe’s largest lake, and the Rubik’s Cube. Travelling through Hungary is a fascinating lesson in a history that encompasses Habsburg splendour and the Communist era.

Hungary Destinations

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Hungary Packages

 Transat offers different travel options in Europe so you can experience something truely memorable, whatever the region you dream of exploring. Opt for one of our packages below: practical options for a vacation filled with relaxation or extraordinary explorations... all which are hassle-free!
  • Budapest and Vienna

    9 days, 7 nights, 7 meals

    Inclusions:
    Roundtrip flights in Economy Class
    Roundtrip transfers between the airport and the hotel
    Transportation by train
    Local hotel/city taxes
    7 meals: 7 breakfasts

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  • Budapest, Vienna and Prague

    14 days, 12 nights, 12 meals

    Inclusions:
    Roundtrip flights in Economy Class
    Roundtrip transfers between the airport and the hotel
    Transportation by train
    Local hotel/city taxes
    12 meals: 12 breakfasts

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  • Budapest Your Way

    9 days, 7 nights, 7 meals

    Inclusions:
    Roundtrip flights in Economy Class
    Roundtrip transfers between the airport and the hotel
    Local guide as mentioned in the itinerary
    Local hotel/city taxes
    7 meals: 7 breakfasts

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  • Prague and Budapest

    11 days, 9 nights, 9 meals

    Inclusions:
    Roundtrip flights in Economy Class
    Roundtrip transfers between the airport and the hotel
    Transportation by train
    Local hotel/city taxes
    9 meals: 9 breakfasts 

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  • Prague, Vienna and Budapest

    11 days, 9 nights, 9 meals

    Inclusions:
    Roundtrip flights in Economy Class
    Roundtrip transfers between the airport and the hotel
    Transportation by train
    Local hotel/city taxes
    9 meals: 9 breakfasts

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Hungary Guided Tours

 Our well-designed tours will take you to the heart of the most extraordinary cultures and traditions. We feature trusted itineraries that will have you appreciating the charm and significance of these must-sees. You'll also enjoy the comfort of our perfectly located hotels and the wealth of our inclusions.

Experience Transat Blog

  • The Best Street Food Places in Budapest

    By EVA HAMORI / 23 August 2015
    You don’t have to be a local to truly appreciate the convenience of street food in Budapest. Many tourists walk right by some of the best Lángos, palacsinta, and hot sandwiches ever made on earth on their way to the touristy restaurants on the main walking drag. You can find many food vendors at festivals in wooden huts serving up traditional sausages, roasted stuffed goose and duck legs, cabbage rolls with sauerkraut, and even pörkölt – the local paprika stew.

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  • Elizabethtown: the Best Nightlife in Budapest

    By EVA HAMORI / 27 July 2015
    Budapest is one of the most popular destinations in the world for its historical beauty, an array of activities and excellent food. No wonder it is now called the Little Paris of Eastern Europe. The area is also famous for a new nightlife phenomenon taking hold throughout Budapest called “Ruin Pubs”  where developers remodel apartment houses and factory buildings set for demolition and convert them into temporary nightclubs. 

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  • Budapest’s Greatest People-Watching Cafés

    By EVA HAMORI / 12 July 2015

    If ‘People Watching’ is your thing, there’s no better place than Budapest to find a café where you can enjoy a cuppa coffee and watch the most interesting characters in the world go by. Sadly, while there were once 500 coffee bars at the peak of Budapest’s glory, many were destroyed during by war. The Soviets finished their demise by closing the rest down under communist rule. However, more recently the city has enjoyed something of a coffee renaissance, and the trend has been to re-establish Hungary’s coffee culture by rebuilding these historical cafés and restoring them back to their former glory.

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  • Hip Budapest Attractions the Whole Family Can Enjoy

    By DREW GOUGH / 29 June 2015
    There’s certainly no shortage of Budapest attractions and things to do. Many of the city’s amusements and its hipster scene can be enjoyed by the whole family. Budapest is spotted with public baths in the grand Ottoman tradition. None is more spectacular than the Széchenyi Baths in the heart of the sprawling Varosliget Park in Budapest’s XIV District. Széchenyi itself is sprawling too, with dozens of indoor baths and three massive outdoor pools ranging in temperature from the tepid 50 metre swimming pool at 28 degrees Celsius to the thermal pool at 38 degrees.

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  • Cake fit for Royalty in Budapest

     By CAROLYNE PARENT / 29 June 2015
    If you’ve got a sweet tooth and are travelling to Budapest, then you absolutely need to learn these two words: káveház and cukrászda. The first one means café and the second, bakery; thanks to them, a whole world of delight is yours to enjoy! Hungary’s pastry-making tradition is among the richest (pardon the pun) in Europe. You’ll notice in the capital that these extremely elaborate cakes are still fashioned the same way as in the 19th century.

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