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Wine and History Tour to Villany and Pecs from Budapest - Heritage of Hungary
"Hungary’s first official wine road declared to be in 1994 the Villany-Siklos wine route connects through eleven towns and villages in a protected wine-growing area. It is one of the sunniest wine districts of Hungary where in the mild sub-Mediterranean climate the grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc Blue Portuguese
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Wine and History Tour to Villany and Pecs from Budapest - Heritage of Hungary
"Hungary’s first official wine road declared to be in 1994 the Villany-Siklos wine route connects through eleven towns and villages in a protected wine-growing area. It is one of the sunniest wine districts of Hungary where in the mild sub-Mediterranean climate the grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc Blue Portuguese
From $560.00
 
Osijek Historical Walk
"Meet your guide and start your historic walking tour. See the plague monument located at the Holy Trinity square in the 18th century built fortress. Walk through the lovely baroque streets with your guide giving you all the juicy stories and information. and continued by a stroll through the most beautiful Art Nouveau street in Osijek called the European Avenue.You will finish your walk at the Ante Starcevic square - the main square which actually has underground heating and with a visit to the conca"""Join for a walk through the medieval fortress of Osijek all the way to the main square with entrance to the concathedral of St. Peter and Paul. Learn about rich history and architecture - baroque art nouveau and neo gothic. Experience how the town 'breathes' how people live today and what tomorrow brings."title=Highlights&1=Comprehensive+tour+of+the+city&2=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&3=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
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To Pecs by train

I arrived in Pecs by train from Budapest Keleti. The 228 km trip with an IC train took just less than 3 hours. I bought my single ticket at the train station in Budapest and it cost 4605 HUF...
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Explore Pecs on foot

Although Pecs with its 160.000 inhabitants is the 5th largest city in Hungary, it is still best explored on foot.Most of the main sights are located within the compact historic city centre, where many...
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To Pecs by bus

I left Pecs by bus to Mohacs and then went further on via Udvar and Beli Manastir to Osijek in Croatia. The 45 km route between Pecs and Mohacs is served several times a day and in September 2013 a...
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Car rental in Pécs - not so easy

Car rental is not a lively branch of the service industry in Pécs. Budget is the only multinational company that has a representative here, sitting in a small office. Last year my relatives rented...
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Regular flights - Pécs

There is only one regular flight in Pécs currently, to Korfu and back. However, the airport is an aerial border crossing. The only possibility is for other destination, to catch a charter flight. Pécs...
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Use public transportation if you can!

This is a general warning that applies to most of Hungary, but especially in Budapest. In Hungary it is very easy to be ripped off by (private) cab drivers. Be very vigilant and do not seat into the...
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By Car: How far/how long...?

Some road distances from Pécs to:- Budapest: 203 kms.- Bucuresti/Bucarest (Romania): 1.032 kms.- Riga (Latvia): 1.591 kms.- Madrid /Spain): 2.429 kms.You also can check this web to find out more road...
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Ender Hungary from Croatia.

We wanted to reach Pecs from Croatia. In Croatia there aren’t so good road signs so we didn’t found the road to Barcs and enter Hungary from Gola. Well this was not so bad because we travelled via...
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Use Intercity

Easiest you can reach Pécs by train from Budapest. But choose Intercity as it much faster than other trains. It takes 3 hours. You can check the timetable here: www.elvira.huIn Pécs you can travel by...
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City bus

Bus# 33 from in front of the Konsum shopping center to the last stop.To get to the flea market, a special bus (marked "Vásár") departs the Konsum shopping center in the center of downtown Pécs...
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Trains

Trains depart daily from Budapest's Déli Station; five of these are Intercity trains. The fare is 1,722 Ft ($6.20). On an Intercity train the journey takes about 2 1/2 hours, and you are required to...
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Getting here

When traveling to Hungary I never use public transportation, therefore my tip is reffered to driving car.The town of Pecs is off the main route A7, however the distances within Hungary are relativly...
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Train from Siofok

We travelled in Hungary by rail between cities. We took a train from Siofok on the southern shore of Lake Balaton to Pecs. Buy you rail pass before you get to Hungary! The deal we got was not...
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From Budapest simply get on...

From Budapest simply get on the 'InterCity' at 'Déli' railway station. It is fast and reliable. The public transportation is quite good, but the cab is pretty cheap here too. (use Volán taxi) And man,...
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Kiraly u. 5, Pecs, 7621, Hungary
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Kalvaria u. 58, Pecs 7625, Hungary
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Felsomalom u 24, Pecs, 7621, Hungary
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Marx Utca 104, Pecs, 7627, Hungary
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Koller u 8, 06 72 510-275, Pecs, 7626, Hungary
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"city at foot of Mecsek hill and Baranya capital"
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HORSCHECK

"Pecs - Hungary's multicultural and borderless city"
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"PECS"
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"A true, historic, European city!"
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" Pécs, my beautiful home town "
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