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Showing 3 package(s) in Budapest

IMPERIAL CAPITALS
5 NIGHTS 6 DAYS

IMPERIAL CAPITALS

Custom Tour
On Request
inclusions
  • Insurance
  • Two Way
  • Hotel
  • Transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
from AED
3099.00
per person on twin sharing
  • below 2 years:AED 900.00
  • child 2-5 years:AED 2899.00
  • child 6-11 years:AED 3099.00
  • Single occupancy: AED 3699.00
Cancellation Options Available
EUROPEAN CHARM
8 NIGHTS 9 DAYS

EUROPEAN CHARM

Custom Tour
On Request
inclusions
  • Insurance
  • Two Way
  • Hotel
  • Transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
from AED
5099.00
per person on twin sharing
  • below 2 years:AED 1400.00
  • child 2-5 years:AED 4899.00
  • child 6-11 years:AED 5099.00
  • Single occupancy: AED 8299.00
Cancellation Options Available
VIENNA  AND BUDAPEST
3 NIGHTS 4 DAYS

VIENNA AND BUDAPEST

Custom Tour
On Request
inclusions
  • Insurance
  • Two Way
  • Hotel
  • Transfer
  • Breakfast
  • Sightseeing
from AED
1799.00
per person on twin sharing
  • below 2 years:AED 650.00
  • child 2-5 years:AED 1599.00
  • child 6-11 years:AED 1799.00
  • Single occupancy: AED 2499.00
Cancellation Options Available

FAQ

Ans: Hungarian Forint is the currency of Budapest.

Ans: Budapest is most friendly around late May, early June and at the end of August or early September.

Ans: There are 23 districts in Budapest: districts 5, 6 and 7 are usually referred to as city centre districts. On maps you will see District V, District VI, District VII, respectively.

Ans: As The European Crime and Safety Survey points out Spain, Hungary, Portugal and Finland had the lowest crime rates in Europe in 2007 (while to top five were Ireland, UK, Estonia, Holland and Denmark). “Risks of being assaulted were highest in the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden and Denmark and lowest in Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Spain and France