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Budapest Danube Bend Helicopter Flight
"The tour will start from your accommodation in Budapest in the morning where a pick-up will take you straight to Budaörs airport in the outskirts of the city where you will be greeted with a glass of champagne to get you in the mood for the coming adventure. After you are introduced to your pilot and you had a chance to get a close look at your means of transport a 3-passenger private Helicopter you will climb on-board and your journey will start northwards from Budapest
From EUR340.00
 
Private Danube Bend Day Trip from Budapest
"The Danube Bend is full of natural beauty and history. Visit it together Esztergom which was once the coronation town of the country and admire the treasures of the Primate Church of Hungary and the Christian Museum. Visit the medieval castle of the Árpád-dynasty and learn all about the middle ages in Hungary. See the newly restored Turkish mosque of Esztergom. Walk in the ama and visit the Upper Castle which was in its heydays in the 14th century when Anjou Charles Robert seated here. Wander the narrow streets of the picturesque Mediterranean settlement of Szentendre the home of galleries and painters. In summer time the International Palace Games and Tournaments are held in Visegrád."
From $320.00
 
Budapest Danube Bend Helicopter Flight
"The tour will start from your accommodation in Budapest in the morning where a pick-up will take you straight to Budaörs airport in the outskirts of the city where you will be greeted with a glass of champagne to get you in the mood for the coming adventure. After you are introduced to your pilot and you had a chance to get a close look at your means of transport a 3-passenger private Helicopter you will climb on-board and your journey will start northwards from Budapest
From EUR340.00

More Things to Do in Esztergom

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Jezsuita Templom - Jesuit Church

Below the hill on which the Esztergom cathedral sits, you'll find an area of the city referred to as Watertown. Filled with winding streets, the parish church here was built by the Jesuits between...
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Maria Valeria Bridge

For nearly fifty years the two towns of Esztergom and Sturuvo have been separated on either side of the Danube, one Hungarian the other Slovakian. The split happened at the end of World War 2, when...
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Watertown

Watertown (or Vizivaros) is the beautifully quaint ramshackle old part of the town that sits underneath the Basilica along the Danube waterfront. Its two most prominent buildings are the twin spired...
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Walk Across the Border

One of the more fun and interesting things to do in Esztergom is walk across the border. You can walk across the Kossuth Bridge into Sturovo, Slovakia and back. You don’t need a passport or anything...
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Vizivaros

The Vizivaros, or Watertown, is a small neighborhood beneath the Esztergom Basilica. This area dates from 1239. The Turks once controlled this place and added many new buildings, including mosques....
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Esztergom Basilica

The Esztergom Basilica is the biggest church in Hungary and was finished in 1869. The current basilica is one of many churches that were built on this spot. Saint Stephen received his crown in the...
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Serbian Orthodox Church

This pretty, bright yellow little church is an island of Orthodoxy in a sea of the Hungarian Catholic heartland. You can find its gated front on the Kossuth Lajos utca on the way out of town towards...
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The Basilica

Esztergom's Basilica is the biggest church in Hungary, and one of the biggest churches in the world. In fact, at over 100m, it's the tallest building in Hungary too. It's wider than it is tall,...
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View of Esztergom from the Danube

On our Viking Cruise, we did not have a stop here, but it was such an amazing sight---the sun was trying to come out with a little blue sky and we sailed past....What a view!check out Micahel Palin's...
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Do not forget to have a look to Danube from castle

Danube is among my favourite rivers because of its beauty and glorious past. The best way of enjoying its views is hiking a hill. Esztergom castle is perfect with its location and sights of two...
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The Danube Bend

Esztergom is situated at the part of the Danube they call the Danube bend where the river turns suddenly to the south in the direction of Budapest. It is much cleaner here than it is in Budapest and...
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A day Trip

It takes an hour and a half by train or bus from Budapest although I'm sure it would take a lot less by car. It makes a perfect day trip but it is not worth staying longer as there isn't that much to...
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Kis-Duna

Apart from being on the banks of the famous Danube (Duna in Hungarian) it is also on the banks of the Kis-Duna (little Danube too). It certainly isn't as impressive as the Duna itself but It makes for...
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To the Right Hungary to the left Slovakia

One of the best things about Esztergom is that fact that it is situated at the edge of the Danube on the right bank of the river. Directly across from it, on the left bank, you change countries and...
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Top Hotels in Esztergom

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Batthyany 7, Esztergom, 2500, Hungary
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Batthyany u. 11-13, Esztergom, 2500, Hungary
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Primas-sziget, Esztergom, 2500, Hungary
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Schweidel Jozsef Utca 6, Esztergom, 2500, Hungary
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Szent Tamas utca 1, Esztergom, 2500, Hungary
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Kis-Duna sÃ?tany 11, , Esztergom, Komarom-Esztergo
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Top 5 Esztergom Writers

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antistar

"A Church with a Town Attached"
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aramat

"Esztergom"
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blint

"Esztergom and the Danube Bend"
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frankyboy5

"The most historic town in Hungary"
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kaloz

"Esztergom -- our last weekend in Hungary"
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