Cultural tours in Gyor

Top Cultural Tours in Gyor, Hungary

Cultural Tours in Gyor

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  • ParisFanaticKRS
    Greenwood, IN218 contributions
    I would highly recommend using this tour group. We took the tour from Vienna to Budapest and it was a great journey. Ildi was our guide for the day and we she was very informative regarding our destinations. She was also a wealth of information about general questions regarding Austria, Hungary, and Budapest.

    The pick up was in a central location in Vienna and the bus / maxi van used for transport was very comfortable. There was ample storage for our luggage as we each had a small rolly bag. We always carry large water bottles, but there were waters in a cooler for a nominal charge.

    The stops were interesting and driving through the Hungarian countryside was beautiful as there were fields and fields of sunflowers in bloom in July.

    When we left Budapest, we were talking to an American ex-pat about our trip and he said that we had seen some outstanding parts of Hungary.

    For our next trip to Europe, we plan to use the service again and I will plan our trip around one of the city pairs that are offered.
    Written 13 July 2019
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  • bex_travels_around
    New York City, NY15 contributions
    We wanted so badly to find a way to see what's in between Budapest and Vienna without having to rent a car or watch it whiz by on a train. Enter Sidetrip Tours with Andi and Tomas! This was a highlight of our trip as we made several stops at castle ruins, a palace, and a couple of cute towns that were finishing up their holiday season. I absolutely loved Sopron, with it's many visible layers of history. A fascinating place we would have never known to check out. We learned so much about the history of the region and got a wonderful sense of what lies between the two great cities.

    There were 5 of us tourists, all English speaking, on the trip plus the guide and driver in a van, so it was very comfortable to ask questions.
    Written 15 March 2020
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  • Cara
    3 contributions
    It was the perfect way to kickstart my trip to Budapest! Wish I had done this for other routes. This was in stark contrast to my encounter with an over-crowded train from Prague to Bratislava (ugh).

    Tour guide: Andrea (HU)
    Andrea never ran out of engaging stories and trivia from Hungary's history. In my next few days in Budapest, I went on a handful of other tours in the city, and I already knew most of what would be said in the intros to Budapest & Hungary! All thanks to what Andrea had taught us during our Sidetrip tour.

    The hidden gem in this tour is a small synagogue and memorial in Szentendre that I would never have found if I had just gone by what TripAdvisor or travel blogs said. I truly appreciate that Andrea devoted time to discuss the history of the Jewish in Hungary, and made the effort to ensure that we got our facts straight (e.g. the location of the "Shoes on the Danube" memorial isn't actually where the atrocities being referred to happened).

    Driver: Tomas (HU)
    Tomas so kindly brought us to a view point with stunning (and crowd-free) vistas of Esztergom [which we were told not all drivers on this tour do]. He notably did this despite some unexpected traffic on the road. I felt safe the whole time during the drives, plus we made it to Budapest on schedule.

    Logistics: the icing on the cake :P It was superb.
    Vehicle was clean, looked fairly new and well maintained, spacious and comfortable inside, and had seat belts for everyone.
    Food actually tasted good where we took our breaks for a morning snack and lunch.
    Andrea brought us to a money changer that had fair rates.
    Luggage wasn't a problem because it was in the vehicle the whole time!

    I can go on and on with other nice things to say...

    Is this tour cheap? Doesn't seem so at first glance, but it offers so much more value vs. sitting in a crowded intercity train plus taking separate public transport rides out of Budapest for day trips plus generic walking tours.

    I honestly wish I had done this for my Prague-Bratislava leg, but there wasn't enough demand, so start booking people!!! This is a quality service that deserves to thrive in this industry.
    Written 16 October 2019
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  • Esperanza
    Philippines42 contributions
    It’s a must for travelers who wish to gain more insights on their destination. Andrea was a very knowledgeable and patient tour guide. Kudos!
    Written 1 November 2019
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  • Haze
    Ocala, FL33 contributions
    The library in the Archabbey will leave you breathless. The collection of books is quite extraordinary. The preserved original walls can be seen and the chapels are inspiring. Want to sit and take it all in. The views outside of the valley are spectacular. Did not make it to their winery -:(
    Written 19 June 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.