Duration: 4 Days
Budapest is an increasingly popular destination and a fascinating city to visit. It is particularly good for health and social care, politics, art, film and media students. The multiple world heritage sights, thermal spas, and TV studios means there is something for all subjects and the city spanning the River Danube is beautiful.
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The Edventure Travel Package
All Edventure Travel trips and tours can be customised to your personal requirements, this sample tour is designed to give you inspiration for your own trip. When you are ready to start planning, get in touch and we can design a bespoke package tour for your group. We will always make clear what is included and excluded in your quotation.
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Customised for you
All tours are 100% customised to suit your group. We believe that every group should be treated individually, it’s your tour after all. If you want to add something that is not featured on our website just let us know and we will work with you to develop an itinerary to meet your needs.
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- Return Flights
- All travel when at your destination
- Accommodation based on bed and breakfast with students in multi-bedded rooms
- Teachers free of charge sharing twin rooms
- All meals mentioned in the itinerary
- All activities mentioned in the itinerary unless otherwise stated
- Travel Insurance
- Single Room Supplements
- Personal Expenditure
- Overseas departure taxes if applicable
- Tips for guides and drivers
- UK Coach Transfers
- Full Time Tour Director
- Activities not mentioned
- Meals not mentioned
- Luggage in the hold of the aircraft
Depart the UK
Travel to Budapest today, arrive at any time and transfer to your hotel for the next three nights.
Take a guided tour of the city where you will see Budapest’s main sites including the Royal Palace and Castle Hill, St Matthias Church and Fishermen’s Bastion.You can also visit St Stephen’s Basilica, Heroes’ Square, Parliament House and the famous Chain Bridge which spans the Danube linking Buda and Pest.
This afternoon visit The Ludvig Museum of Contemporary Art or National Gallery. Alternatively, a politics groups might prefer a visit to the impressive Parliament House.
Take the Danube Bend Tour where you will explore the fascinating history of the area. You will see the previous capital of Hungry, Esztergom, and visit Hungary’s largest basilica with a 72-metre-high central dome.
This afternoon you will explore the medieval citadel of Visegrád with its famous castle. Continue to the artists’ town of Szentendre with a tour of the Marzipan Museum.
Spend some free time in the city before travelling to the airport for your flight back home.
Royal Palace and Castle Hill
Home to the Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum, this impressive building can be seen from all over the city. The first residence was built in the 13th Century and the palace is one of the largest Gothic places of the late Middle Ages. It was expanded over the 15th century but was complete destroyed when Buda was liberated from the Turks. The Baroque palace was built in the 18th Century which has the same structure as today.
Located in Buda Castle with stunning views over the Danube from the Dome terrace, this is the national home of art in Hungary. Located across several wings of the castle, there are hundreds of collections that look at all genres of art.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Spanning the River Danube between the cities of Buda and Pest, this chain bridge is possible one of the most famous sights in Budapest. It opened in 1949 and designed by Englishman William Tierney Clark. It is named after István Széchenyi but most commonly know as the Chain Bridge.
The Parliament Building, known as the Parliament of Budapest, is an icon of the city and was influenced by the Houses of Parliament in London. It is a popular tourist destination and groups can take a tour see the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary.
This square is home to the tomb of the Unknown Solider, officially called the Memorial Stone of Heroes, and contains a statue complex of numerous historical Hungarian leaders, including the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars. It is situated at Andrassy Avenue and also hosts the Museum of Fine Arts.
Students will experience a different culture and gain an understanding of other nationalities, principles and values.
This trip offers students the opportunity to develop their independence and self-confidence by putting themselves into a new environment.
School trips can offer the opportunity for students to develop their relationships and interactions with others.
This trip can help develop a student’s motivation for the subject and inspire them when back in the classroom due to personal experience.
Knowledge and Perspective
Personal experience and close interactions with these locations can help students understand the subject and put it into perspective.
A trip can make a students engage with a subject and become more positive about a subject.
Students will work together in an unfamiliar environment and rely on each other for help.
Educating through a school trip can create a better understanding of a subject with hands-on learning. Students are engaged, enthusiastic and observant.
This trip can be a reward trip for students that have studied hard over the course of the year and can give them a well-deserved break with their friends.
This tour is great for history students, giving them an insight into the events that took place and a sense of what it was like during this period in history.
Take an in-depth look at the Art of this fantastic destination where students can get up close and be inspired by world famous displays.