Being the first demarcated wine region in the world and having its landscape classified as UNESCO World Heritage defines this charming and unique region in the North of Portugal. During this tour, you will have the opportunity to experience the wine culture of the Douro Valley, enjoy lunch, a fantastic panoramic cruise and taste the wine of the region while visiting two wine estates.
On this mouth-watering tour, give your taste buds a treat as you explore the Michelin Star gourmet restaurants, reinvented market halls, elegant cafes and quirky food trucks. With the help of a knowledgeable local guide, you will learn more about Hungarian history, traditions, culture and cuisine as you sample each specialty. On your first stop, you will try Túró Rudi, which is a chilled chocolate covered dessert, followed by stops at Belvárosi Piac, the downtown market hall (not to be confused with the Central Market Hall). Then you will continue to the local butcher shop, cheese shop and traditional restaurants ending the tour at a neighborhood pub for a taste of locally made artisanal beers.
Discover the secrets of wine making on this amazing tour which will take you to the fastest-developing wine region in the country, the quaint Hungarian village of Eytek. Thanks to its exceptional climate and chalky soil, Etyek has become an ideal place for growing grapes to make aromatic and flavorful wines such as Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Italian Riesling – to name a few. Here you will visit a family winery and as you tour the estate and their wine cellars, you will see how your favorite wines are made. Before ending your tour, you could go wine tasting (optional) or purchase a bottle or two of your own to take home.
Drive around the ‘Paris of the East’ and spend an unforgettable evening, dining on Hungarian cuisine accompanied by a traditional folklore show on this unique tour! You will discover the beauty of Budapest at night as you drive along the banks of the Danube River, passing by the stunning Parliament building, the Royal Palace and the twinkling illuminated bridges. Then, you will stop at the top of Gellért Hill (Citadel) to take in the spectacular views of the city sprawled out in front of you. During this tour, you will also go to a typical Hungarian restaurant for a mouth-watering 3-course meal served with wine as you watch a Folklore Show with dancers dressed in folk costumes and gypsy music.
Spend an amazing night exploring the ancient streets of the city of Porto. After exploring the historical center of Porto, a UNESCO Wold Heritage site, you will go to a restaurant for dinner. You will have the chance to enjoy a nice meal while listening to a live Fado Show which is also considered UNESCO World Heritage.