The 'Puszta' Horse Show Lajosmizse

Budapest, Hungary
Period of time: 8h
Price: 66,56 € per adult / children 33,28 €  
Category:: Rundgänge
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Organisational Details

Participants: 1-20 person (Open tour)

Languages: German, English

Booking option: Booking on fixed rate


Description of Tour

First we visit Kecskemét to see the difference between a town in the countryside and the bustling city of Budapest. Kecskemét has an individual image and its downtown recalls the secessionist mood of the past century. We continue to Lajosmizse. On arrival at the farm we taste “barackpálinka” (apricot brandy) as a welcome drink. Before a horseshow we get on a carriage for a ride in the “puszta”. Our program goes on with the heart-breaking attraction of the Hungarian “csikós” (Hungarian horsemen). Then we walk along the stable to see the horses (riding is optional). To make your day complete and memorable - we'll spoil you with delicious country-style lunch including Hungarian goulash (3-course meal with a glass of wine), which will be ‘served’ with authentic gipsy music. Return to Budapest. The tour ends in the city centre.


Services

Inclusive

3 course meal with glass of wine

Free pick-up service 20 minutes prior to tour departure at your hotel reception

Service of guide

Horse Show

Exclusive


Requirements

In case  pick up is not required, the meeting point is at PROGRAM CENTRUM office (Budapest 1051, József Attila utca 24.) April-October: Tue, Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. at 9:00 AM 01-30 November and 01-31 March: Sun. 09:00 AM

Tour-Booking

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Susanne

Foundation 1995
What I offer: Culture and city tours in Budapest
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Language: German, English
Booking: Tours with fixed price, Individual Bookings
Profession: Agency
Foundation: 1995