Travel to Hungary with On The Go Tours
Small and landlocked, Hungary is a beautiful mix of pretty landscapes, Roman ruins and therapeutic spa towns and cities. Hungary’s countryside is a welcome break from bustling Budapest with some impressive lakes, quaint villages and picturesque vineyards. Many of our Eastern European tours start or end in the spa capital of Budapest with some continuing on to the cultural city Debrecen in Hungary and neighbouring country of Romania in the west or down to Novi Sad in Serbia to the south.
Top Hungary Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours
|Trip Name||Starts||Departing||From GBP||Deal||Map|
|Eastern Europe Explorer - 17 Days||Tallinn, Russia||30 Mar 2018||£1,509||was £1,775 15% off|||
|Prague to Istanbul - 19 Days||Prague, Czech Republic||11 Apr 2018||£1,857||was £2,185 15% off|||
|Hungary to Croatia - 15 days||Budapest, Hungary||15 Apr 2018||£1,390||was £1,635 15% off|||
|Budapest to Istanbul - 15 Days||Budapest, Hungary||15 Apr 2018||£1,339||was £1,575 15% off|||
Hungary Group Tours
Hungary is a popular destination on our group tours of Eastern Europe – mainly for stopping off in the spa city of Budapest. Budapest famously brings together the two former cities of Buda and Pest – which straddle the mighty Danube. Some of our group tours will begin in this popular capital before heading to Debrecen – Hungary’s second largest city and capital of the Great Hungarian Plain.
Hungary Day Tours and Excursions
Discover the beauty and history of Budapest with our range of day tours that cover everything from city sightseeing to foodie experiences.
Grand Segway tour 2 hours 20-30
Superior Segway tour 3 hours 20-30
Explore Budapest on a Segway, the fun way to get to know a city, as you glide through the city...
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Famously known as the 'city of Spas' - Budapest is visited on all of our group tours to Hungary. The city is teeming with bath houses and spas and no trip to this magnificent city would be complete without a few hours spent at one! The city has enjoyed these luxurious thermal wonders since the 2nd century when the Romans were here - it's a quintessentially Hungarian thing to do!