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Amazing Wine and Gastronomy Tour in Hungary

Join Wine A'More Travel Agency in this extraordinary private tour to the majestic Budapest, and then, to Tokaj, one of the most known wine regions of Hungary! If you are looking for the distinctive wine producers or trying to explore excellent but tiny treasures in Hungary, do not miss this chance. Wine a'More is the perfect choice to meet, moreover to exceed your expectations. At the end of the tour, you will understand why the Hungarian wine is one of a kind!


  • Cream-making workshop
  • 5 winery visits with tastings, 9 meals as per itinerary
  • Sightseeing in Budapest, Szentendre, Visegrád, Esztergom, Tokaj, and Sárospatak
  • Danube-bend tour with entrance fees included, as well as tour Sárospatak
  • 6 nights four-star hotel accommodation with breakfasts provided
  • All transfers in the itinerary included, including airport transfers
  • “Matyó” program, a traditional village experience
  • Services of Wine a’More Travel tour guide


6 days with instruction
Airport transfer included: Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
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During this tour, you will stay for three nights in a four-star hotel in Budapest and three nights in a four-star hotel in Tokaj wine region.


Day 1

  • Meals included: dinner

Arrive in Budapest. Transfer and check in at the hotel. Enjoy a welcome dinner in a wine-paired dinner with Hungarian wines.

Day 2

  • Meals included: breakfast and dinner

After breakfast, go sightseeing in Budapest, on the Pest and Buda side of the city. You will stop in the city park on the Heroes Square to learn a little bit about Hungarian history, drive through the Andrássy Street, pass by the Basilica and Parliament House. A short stop in the castle district is also included.

You will end the tour by the Great Market Hall, where you will have time for strolling along the fruit, vegetables, spices, meat shops, and learn about Hungarian gastronomy. You will taste the traditional Hungarian Flat Bread, the “Lángos”. Free time for lunch. There is an optional spa program.

In the afternoon, you will depart to Etyek, to the vineyard of Budapest. After half an hour's drive, you will arrive at a small wine village, which mostly makes fresh, crispy white and sparkling wines. You will visit a family-owned winery. Cellar visit, wine tasting, and three-course dinner are included.

Day 3

  • Meals included: breakfast and lunch

After breakfast, you will go for a full-day tour to the Danube Bend. It will be an excursion along the “Blue Danube” to Hungary’s history, with stops in Szentendre, Visegrád, and Esztergom. The charming little town Szentendre is the town of the artists and arts. You will walk around the historical center and enjoy the atmosphere of the narrow cobblestoned streets, as well as the baroque houses.

You might wish to visit some museums (the famous Margit Kovács ceramic museum, or the Marzipan Figure Museum). Later, you will travel further to Esztergom, the center of the Catholic Church.

You may visit the largest cathedral of Hungary. It is only a few kilometers away in the Neszmély wine region where you will visit a small family-owned cellar, which produces fresh, crispy whites. After visiting the cellar, a half an hour walking tour through the vineyards will lead you on the top of the hill. Open-air-cooked goulash or a barbecue lunch is going to be served in the middle of the vineyards.

On the way back to Budapest, you will admire the Visegrád Castle in the heart of the Danube Bend. There is a fascinating panorama on the Danube valley from the top viewpoint. Return to Budapest (approximately one-hour transfer time). Free time for dinner with suggestions provided.

Day 4

  • Meals included: breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Accommodation: a wine estate hotel (upgrade to five-star hotel possible)

After breakfast, you will head to the countryside and stop in a small village for an unforgettable experience in the “Matyo-Land”, home of tradition and folk art. You will learn about the local culture, food, and the secret of the Matyo embroidery.

You will also prepare the home-made traditional rooster stew or fresh pasta. You can chop wood for the fire and spend some time with the locals, dress up like a real Matyo in the traditional costume. The five-hour program includes the cooking class and the lunch with locals, as well. You will continue the travel to Tokaj wine region, check-in at the hotel, and enjoy a wine dinner.

Day 5

  • Meals included: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

You will start your day with a vineyard tour in Tokaj, by one of the most beautifully located wineries of the region. You will learn about the local grapes and the history of the wine-growing in the region. You will head to the city of Tokaj, where the confluence of the two rivers, Bodrog and Tisza, creates the unique microclimate for the botrytized wines. Short sightseeing followed by visit and tasting of the historical Rákóczi cellar. Typical Hungarian dishes for lunch.

After lunch, go to a small village of the wine region and visit the Helia-D Herba Castle. Cream manufacture workshop; you will taste some herbal tea and get hands-on experience of preparing cosmetics in the attractive, 16th century building. You will travel back to Tarcal, where the owner of a small-scale winery is waiting for you for tasting. Here, you can also order a homemade slow food dinner. (optional)

Day 6

  • Meals included: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

To kick off the day, you will head to Sárospatak and make a tour in the beautiful, late Renaissance castle before visiting the cellar row village in Hercegkút. It is one of the most beautiful cellar row villages in Hungary is part of UNESCO heritage. Lunch will be at one of the cellars, with the winemaker joining you.

You will then head to a nearby village, where some treasures are waiting for you to be explored in the amazing old cellars. Enjoy your farewell dinner in a winery-owned restaurant.

Day 7

  • Meals included: breakfast

After breakfast, transfer to the airport. The trip from Tokaj wine region to Budapest airport approximately takes three hours.



Budapest is the jewel of the Danube, full of UNESCO-listed monuments, architectural wonders, and vivid nightlife. You can enjoy a splendid panorama of the Danube with the Chain Bridge and the Pest side of the city from the Buda Castle. The Parliament is the gem of the Pest side of the Danube, the largest building in Hungary.

The country is located over a very active geothermic area and has over a thousand thermal water springs. There are some amazing thermal baths in Budapest as well. Budapest is also a culinary heaven with its food markets, small local “Csárda”, fine dining, and Michelin star restaurants, as well as several wine bars.


The Tokaj wine region is Hungary’s world-famous wine region. The historic landscape was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002. Tokaj is the prestige brand of Hungary, unique and excellent. The region gained its reputation as the producer of the "Wine of Kings” and the "King of Wines". Tokaji Aszú wine has been made for 450 years.

Tokaji Aszú is the world’s greatest natural sweet wine, a medicine and a gift of nature. Furmint is the dominant local grape variety of Tokaj. Due to its unique characteristics, it is the perfect base for both dry and sweet Tokaj wines. Since Tokaj is a closed wine region, the law determines the grape varieties that can be grown here, like Hárslevelű, Kövérszőlő, Zéta, or Sárgamuskotály.

Walk around the lovely vineyards, learn about vintages and the diversity of the volcanic soils, meet the winemakers, and explore the hundred years old cellars. Taste the finest dry single vineyards Furmints, and search for apricot, lime or quince flavors in the late harvest, dry fruits, and honey in the nectar-like aszú wines.


The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Alcoholic beverages

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • 6 nights accommodation in four-star hotels
  • All breakfasts
  • 5 winery visits with tastings
  • 9 meals as per itinerary
  • Sightseeing in Budapest, Szentendre, Visegrád, Esztergom, Tokaj, and Sárospatak
  • Danube Bend tour with entrance fees
  • Cream-making workshop
  • “Matyó” program, traditional village experience
  • Sárospatak tour
  • All transfers
  • Services of Wine a’More Travel tour guide

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Other personal expenses
  • Meals other than mentioned to be included in the itinerary

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD). Transfer from this airport is included. Wine a’More Travel Agency will pick you up from the airport.

Airport: Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport Airport transfer included: Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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  • Prices might change due to seasons and availability of the hotel rooms.
  • Private rooms are also available at an additional cost. 

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