Szentendre the artist country and Shopping Paradise

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Trip to Szentendre

Szentendre the artist country and Shopping Paradise 5 hrs. driving tour with nice walk. The town has a picturesque setting on the Danube with a Mediterranean feel. Szentendre is a small baroque city built on medieval ruins and home to the first and largest open-air Village Museum in Hungary. There are colorful houses, several galleries and warm cafés. Artists’ Village or the Painters’ Town.Due to the Mediterranean atmosphere and proximity to Budapest it is a popular place among locals and visitors as well. Main sights: Greek Orthodox Church, Margit Kovács Museum, Marzipan Museum. We will have lunch in a nice Restaurant with 3 courses menu and 1,5 hrs. free time to do shopping, to drink coffee or to walk.

Historic Landmarks

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Pick up Service at your Hotel in Budapest and Drop off

Reviews

„Our friend recommended us to visit Szentendre, when we were in Hungary.It’s a lovely town to buy traditional Souvenirs, Art and craft stuff, Hungarian palinka, handmade jewellery. Marzipan Museum was funny too. We had lunch on the Terrace of a local Restaurant in the main square. It was a perfect organisation”
Diana Ross L.A. California

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