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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
 
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
 
Budapest: 2-Hour City Tour with Hotel Pick-up
"On this 2-hour panoramic Budapest City Tour you’ll pass by the Parliament and cross the Danube River to Margaret Island via the Margaret Bridge.The air-conditioned bus will take you up Gellért Hill where you’ll make a photo stop at the Citadel and take in views over all of Budapest. Next you’ll cross the Elizabeth Bridge back into Pest and drive to Heroes’ Square along Andrássy Avenue.You’ll pass by the Opera and St. Stephen’s Basilica before reaching the Hotel Inter-Continental where the tour ends.The buses are air-conditioned and the commentary by the live guide is gu and in some cases is bilingual.""""Discover Budapest and take in its top attractions on a panoramic City Tour by air-conditioned bus. See the top sites of the Hungarian capital in just 2 hours enjoying a photo stop at the Citadel for views overlooking the city."
From EUR18.00

More Transportation in Esztergom

Bus

You can also travel to and from Budapest by Bus. It takes about the same amount of time, and costs about the same amount of Forints. The Buses leave from Budapest's Ujbest bus station at the end of...
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antistar
Aug 11, 2009

Train to Esztergom

There are regular connections between Budapest and Esztergom. You can discover that lovely town with a cheap and convenient way. Train is a bit slow but that is good for seeing rural Hungary. After...
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voyageur2
Jul 01, 2009

The Red MAV

The train to Esztergom currently doesn't leave from the main train station due to construction work. Instead you have to go to The HEV station at the Buda side of Margit bridge. Take the 4 or 6 tram...
blint
Sep 14, 2008

Walking Map

Searching for tourist maps in preparation for visiting Esztergom didn’t turn up much for me on the internet. Fortunately, the town has prominently displayed tourist maps around the downtown area...
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penumbra
Oct 27, 2007

Train Station

Esztergom’s train station is west of downtown and is about a 20-25 minute walk to the central square (with another 10-15 minutes beyond to reach the Basilica). Trains are not frequent so learn the...
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penumbra
Oct 27, 2007

Train

The town can easily be reached by train on a day trip from Budapest. It takes about one and a half hours from the Nyugati station to the north of central Pest. It cost in 2006 was less than 5 euros...
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antistar
Oct 08, 2006
 
 
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to get to Esztergom

Eventhough I went with a tour and by car.....There are other ways to get here ....Several daily trains connect Esztergom with Budapest Nyugati pu..By train, it takes 1½ hrs, the fare is around 400 Ft....
cheesecake17
Jul 03, 2006

Travelling by rail from Slovakia

From Bratislava it is best to travel to Sturovo (which is across the river from Esztergom) and cross the bridge by foot. It takes no more than 20 minutes by taxi from the train station. Make sure you...
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carlitoab
Jun 05, 2005

Train from Budapest

You can take this nice train from Budapest Nyugati (Western) Railway Station to Esztergom. The journey takes approximately 90 minutes, and trains depart every hour. The trains are really comfortable,...
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Eszter
May 24, 2004

Close to Budapest

It is so easy to get to Esztergom from Budapest because it´s so close. By car it takes about an hour and the road goes right through some spectacular scenery and follows the Danube all the way to...
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devinemissd
Nov 14, 2003

The Bridge to Slovakia

Well, you can walk, cycle or drive accross the bridge. It's 517m long, so just a few minutes walk. The Slovakian border control is on their side. You need some ID to enter.
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aramat
Aug 19, 2004

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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Bajcsy-Zsilinszky ut 49, , Esztergom, Komarom-Eszt
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Things to Do Near Esztergom

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Aquincum Roman Town

Aquincum lies north along the Danube only a short distance from downtown. Its real history began in 106 A.D., when Emperor Trajan declared this frontier military base the capital of Rome's Pannonia...
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Imre Varga Collection

Hungary's most famous sculptor is Imre Varga, so famous that there is a small museum dedicated to his life and work. Two of his most famous Budapest works are the Raoul Wallenberg monument (District...
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Vasarely Muzeum

To be honest , I didn't knew that name before I went to Budapest. And after I've seen his work I wont forget it either. But we stood there in front of the muzeum , all the busses stop in front of...
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St. Stephen's Basilica - Szt Istvan Bazilika

The first day after arriving in Budapest, I made a bee-line to the Basilica of St. Stephen's, I was that curious about the architecture inside this church, and I was not disappointed. The building of...
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Gul Baba Tomb

Gul Baba was a Turkish poet who is rumored to have brought roses to Hungary. Some mystery shrouds his death, but we know he died in 1541. Gul Baba's tomb was constructed by the Ottomans and is found...
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Budapest Urban Adventures

11 to 14 July was in in Buda + Pest. What a burning of the sun. It was 38 degrees really hot. Hardly to explore around such walking around, nevertheless, 2 of my colleagues, we had a great...
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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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