Hungary
Discover Hungary and its capital Budapest, often called the “Pearl of the Danube”, with its rich culture and history which dates back more than a millennium.
 
Be impressed by the spectacular Hungarian Parliament building, with its Neo-Gothic façade and array of statues right on the banks of the Danube River.
 
Geography, history and human creativity have all combined to create a city that simultaneously charms, amazes and fascinates. Budapest is full of diversity, and so is its history, that is why it is also nicknamed "Paris of the East. Stroll along Váci Utca, the main shopping street where Budapest’s affluent citizens have come to see and be seen for over 100 years.

Best Season

May - Sep

Four Seasons Private Jet - World of Adventures & International Intrigue
From HK$1,053,000/Adult
24 days
From HK$1,053,000/Adult
From the Seychelles to the Galapagos, from Serengeti to the Atlas Mountains, experience the rare, the wild and the beautiful on this trailblazing voyage across four continents.
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Prague and Budapest
From HK$29,900/Adult
8 days
From HK$29,900/Adult

Discover centuries of European history with its culture and architecture in Prague and Budapest and feel transformed back hundreds of years as if time had stood still; but even more so be charmed by today’s life in these vibrant cities full of energy, music and art.

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Prague, Bratislava & Budapest - From An Architecture Angle
From HK$31,500/Adult
8 days
From HK$31,500/Adult

We've brought together Eastern Europe's must-see cities — Prague and Budapest. Walk with your specialized guides and explore the architecture gems and marvelous structures. Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, has always been influenced by European art and culture owing to the fact that the Danube Road connected Western Europe with the Orient.

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Cruising the Danube

Captured in art, poetry and music, the Danube River is one of the world's most romantic waterways. At 1,780 miles long, the Danube is Europe’s longest river, flowing from west to east, from Germany through Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia and Romania to the Black Sea. Sail down the River Danube and admire the subtle changes in the passing scenery.

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