From the rolling hills of the Danube Valley to the shores of Lake Balaton, from the elegant beauty of Budapest to the culture hub of Pécs, Hungary has an intoxicating mix of attractions, many of which are barely touched by foreign tourism. There’s a good rail network to get around and it’s a fun journey from the UK by train, either with a sleeper to Vienna or via Munich with an overnight stop in a hotel.
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Budapest This grand city on the Danube has so much to offer. On the left bank of the river is Buda, with its imposing castle and the turrets of Fisherman’s Bastion. View More
Combine the imperial cities of Prague, Vienna and Budapest on this central European adventure by rail. Stop along the way in historic Munich and return home via the wooded hills of Bavaria, with a night in Regensburg.
Fly to Budapest and then catch the train through the fantastic scenery of rural Hungary and Croatia, en route to the historic city of Dubrovnik on the Adriatic Coast. Along the way, you'll stop at lovely Lake Balaton, Zagreb and Split.
Travel east of the former Iron Curtain on this epic holiday from Gdansk in the Baltic to Belgrade in Serbia, taking in some spectacular destinations along the way, including Dresden, Prague and Budapest.