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Bohemian Budapest & the Hungarian Countryside

Cuisine | Architecture | Art | History

Unforgettable winery experiences and winery tours

From the historical underground wine cellar in the Buda to a Castle wine estate in the Tokaji wine region following 150-year-old traditions, we will taste a variety of wines from the region – the Furmint, Harslevelu and Yellow Muscat and sweet Tokaji wine specialities including the famous Aszú wines.

Hungary is a country of innovators and original thinkers, its capital, a dynamic and inspiring city. The country has an incredibly rich and varied food tradition reaching back millennia, including a strong Jewish influence that's at the heart of the country's dynamic food scene. From the regional cheeses, the incredible wines, cured meats, incredible breads, pastries, and elegant multi-layered tortas, Hungary has it all!

 

Join us and discover just how much more there is to Hungarian food than goulash!

 

Introducing Budapest! The River Danube splits Budapest into two parts – Buda and Pest – which sit on opposite sides of the river, connected by the mighty Chain bridge making this sophisticated capital, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. This is a city that glistens with a metallic eosin glaze, which gives brightly coloured Zsolnay tiles the lustre that makes Budapest's skyline glitter. Most of the action happens in Pest, on the east of the river, where there is a score of smart restaurants and boutiques. But on the other side is the magical Buda Castle and some of the city’s most famous thermal baths which makes this city beautiful, trendy as well as therapeutic.

AT A GLANCE

Limited to 10 persons only

Sept 2-10 . 2019 | 9 D - 8 N

USD 4,395
per person | double occupancy

USD 4,995
single occupancy

Registration form + USD 1250 per person deposit is required to secure placement on this tour.

 

LUXURY ACCOMODATIONS
4-star design hotels featured in 
Condé Nast Traveler & Travel & Leisure 

In Budapest, our elegant and comfortable accomodations are in the heart of the Pest city center located in the stunning World Heritage site of Andrássy Avenue. Towards the end of our tour, we will travel through the beautiful Hungarian countryside to a Castle Estate in the Tokaji wine region for a 2 night respite.

This beautiful chateau-style estate is located in picturesque surroundings in the shadows of big old trees and beautiful vineyards as far as the eyes can see. 

MICHELIN-STAR DINING TO STREET FOOD
 

We will be dining in stunning bohemian dining halls in the Jewish Quarter, in restaurants where entire menus are themed on books and the covetted dining rooms of Michelin-star chefs.

Gastronomic Dinner Cruise on the Danube River

We will Cruise the Danube the right way … enjoying a beautiful evening cruise while enjoying a lovely dinner, sipping on Hungarian wine, while taking in one of Europe’s most memorable skylines.

 

Sunday Bubbly & Brunch

In one of the most beautiful Art Noveau buildings in Budapest, we will enjoy a relaxing Sunday brunch in opulent surroundings. 

 

All breakfasts + 13 meals (lunches/dinners) 
Dinner at 2-Michelin-Star Restaurant.

All meals with Wine Service &/or Wine Pairings

UNFORGETTABLE CULINARY EXPERIENCES
 

Speakeasy-style Wine Dinner

We will be welcomed in to an open kitchen, communal space where we will have a unique opportunity to learn about Hungarian wine and food from local experts. Wine is poured generously, and the events are all about enjoying great food and wine in the company of people who like to share their passions.

 

Market Tour & Cooking Class :Imagine strolling through the bustling Hungarian farmers market, picking up fresh produce, learning about new ingredients and spices and then returning to a cooking school where we rustle up a traditional Hungarian three-course meal. What a great way to learn to about the food and the culture!

 

 

 

WINERY TOURS & TASTINGS
 

From the historical underground wine cellar in the Buda to the Castle wine estate in the Tokaji wine region following 150-year-old traditions, we will taste a variety of wines from the region – the Furmint, Harslevelu and Yellow Muscat and sweet Tokaji wine specialities including the famous Aszú wines.

 

LET'S TALK ARCHITECTURE

Our visits & walking tours through cities & UNESCO World Heritage Sites will be with a local Architect who will guide us through the contemporary and historical architectural gems of Budapest & beyond. 

 

The focus of our first Architectural tour  in Budapest will be Art Nouveau and Modern Architecture from the 1930s.

We will then visit one of the most Ancient Historical Sites in Hungary - A Benedictine Monastery. We will drive through the Hungarian countryside near the Austrian border, to a living Benedictine Monastery which is also one of the most ancient historical sites in Hungary dating back to 996!

 

AN EVENING OF HUNGARIAN FOLK

Few European countries express their indigenous music and dance to the same artistic standard as Hungary. One of the best ways to experience this timeless art form is to attend a traditional folk dance performance. 

 

The performing group consists of 30 dancers and about 20 folk musicians and through them, we'll witness Hungarian cultural heritage at its very best.

 

OTHER INCLUSIONS

 

All Ground Transportation in Hungary


7-Day Budapest travel card - unlimited travel on public transport


Airport transfers in Budapest

 

All Taxes & Gratuities 

WHY TRAVEL WITH US?

Hear what past guests say about us....

"This trip to Portugal was a once in a lifetime experience. Our intimate group of 10 learned more about the cuisine, viticulture, wine-making, history and architecture of Portugal in 11 days than we thought possible. The trip was meticulously planned and executed by Devaki Das and we would enthusiastically recommend you consider taking a future trip with Weave A Thousand Journeys"

- Jon K & Min W

Portugal - A Food Lovers Odyssey, Sept 2018 

 

​"I cannot do justice to the amount of detailed planning that Devaki did for this trip.  From the hotel accommodations and travel arrangements to the restaurant reservations and winery visits, everything was first class.  The group was small enough that it had a very intimate feel.  I would highly recommend a “Weave a Thousand Journeys” to anyone who loves good food and wine, interesting conversation, exploring different cities and architecture and has a sense of adventure! "​

~Jeanne C.

Gastronomic Spain, Sept 2016