Besides business service, our clients are happy knowing we are here for them for their special tailor-made tours as well. Providing the same care and professionalism they expect us. We offer personal tours of Hungary and Central Europe (eg. Vienna, Prague) for the discerning traveller. Your tri is all about you - so tell us where you want to go and we’ll make it happen.
We offer free onboard WiFi in our Mercedes V-Class minibuses.
You will always find our drivers to be punctual and dressed in good attire.
All our chauffeur vehicles come with free bottled water for all the passengers.
We continously monitor the traffic in order to reach your destination in time.
Enjoy an excursion into Hungarian history along the Danube Bend. You can visit Esztergom, Visegrád, and charming Szentendre, and make a short visit to Slovakia.
Tokaj, Villány, Eger, Etyek and the wine regions around Lake Balaton (Badacsony, Balatonfüred-Csopak) are the most suitable for wine tourism in Hungary. These regions are within easy reach of Budapest, offer excellent quality wine and have a well-developed tourism infrastructure.
Lake Balaton, affectionately known as the “Hungarian Sea”, has long been a favorite Hungarian holiday destination. While the lakeside is lined with strands for sunbathing and vendors selling lángos and beer, the countryside surrounding the lake is full of rolling meadows of wildflowers, winding streams, tiny villages with pretty churches, patches of vineyards, and views of the shimmering lake from many angles.
Puszta Great Plains and Kecskemet Day Trip from Budapest. Visit the main sights and traditional places, enjoy the horse show, a delicious lunch with gypsie music.
Capital of Austria and one of Europe's most visited cities, Vienna (Wien) owes much of its charm and rich history to its splendid location on the banks of the beautiful Danube River.
The City of Prague is crowned with many complimentary names. One of the most frequently used names is ‘The City of a Hundred Spires’ on Vltava River. These towers and spires embellish the numerous religious buildings as well as draw our attention to some remarkable communal buildings.