April 11–13, 2019

Budapest

Often called Central Europe’s most beautiful city, Budapest is a romantic destination with a vibrant art scene, laid-back café culture and historical treasures that highlight its bohemian roots.

Budapest

Not to Be Missed

Széchenyi Baths in Budapest

Soak in a historic thermal bath

Step into the curative waters of one of Europe's largest thermal bath complexes at the baroque Széchenyi Baths, or take a dip in the art nouveau pools at Gellért to enjoy a beloved, centuries-old tradition.

Budapest, Tailored for You

Your trip, your adventures. All of our journeys are fully customizable, allowing you the freedom to choose the experiences that speak to you – and change your mind at a moment’s notice.

 Meet with a top Hungarian art dealer

Meet with a top Hungarian art dealer

Spend some time in the charming riverside town of Szentendre, where you’ll visit The Erdesz Gallery and meet with owner László Erdész, one of the country’s best-known modern art dealers.
 Dine on Fisherman’s Bastion

Dine on Fisherman’s Bastion

During an exclusive gala dinner, take in varied panoramas of the Danube River and Pest from this neo-Romanesque terrace atop Castle Hill.

 Wander through a medieval crypt

Wander through a medieval crypt

Venture underneath the storied Matthias Church on a private guided tour to view Gothic stone carvings and sacred relics housed in the crypt’s Ecclesiastical Art Museum.
 Chloe Thomas, Global Guest Services Manager

“My favourite aspect of the journey is watching how personalized each itinerary becomes, and learning a little more about every guest the closer we get to departure.”

— Chloe Thomas, Global Guest Services Manager

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest

A unique art nouveau landmark built in 1906 and recently restored to its original splendour, the Hotel is centrally located in Szechenyi Square at the end of the renowned Chain Bridge.

Four Seasons Hotel Budapest
  • Rooms combine historical elegance with modern comforts
  • Hotel boasts panoramic views of the Danube and Buda
  • Meticulously restored 2 million–piece mosaic tile floor
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