Take a refreshing break from bustling Budapest into the charmingly relaxed artists’ town of Szentendre. Take a look at the open-air exhibition of young Hungarian artists, then wander along the twisting, cobblestone alleys, soak up the Mediterranean atmosphere in an outdoor cafe, or bargain for souvenirs in a tiny boutique.
Climb the churchhill for stunning views of colourful rooftops nestled along the river. Marvel at the life- size marzipan sculpture of Lady Diana in the Marzipan Museum. Visit a gallery or a museum (optional) and tell your fellow travellers what undiscovered secrets you managed to reveal.
Return by boat from May until the end of September, from October to April by bus. The tour ends in the city centre.
Skanzen(optional): Open air ethnographic museums were established at the end of the 19th century due to various factors. They serve the needs of society. They provide an insight to the vernacular architecture and the interior furnishings, the collection of objects and spiritual relics of the Hungarian culture. Furthermore, they guard this heritage, by publishing collected materials, and making them available for a large public.