Travel Hungary’s first official wine road on this 10-hour private guided tour from Budapest. The Villany-Siklos wine route is home to some of Hungary's most famous Hungarian wines and is filled with centuries of history. Visit the nearby Pecs, which is rich in sites of historical and cultural interest, as well as the medieval Siklós Castle, before being our guest for a wine tasting in one of Villany's many famous, prizewinner cellars.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Pecs Cathedral, Pecs, Baranya County, Southern TransdanubiaOne of the most beautiful churches in Hungary, the chatedral of Pecs, rebuilt in splendid neoroamesque style was founded in 1010.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Zsolnay Cultural Quarter, Pecs, Baranya County, Southern TransdanubiaOptional, depending on time: Zsolnay Quarter was built as a cultural district of Pecs, the main attraction here is the Zsolnay Museum, dedicated to the factory, we thank all the shiny, glazed rooftops all over Budapest to.Duration: 1 hourStop At: Siklos Castle, Siklos, Baranya County, Southern TransdanubiaA splendid, restored medieval castle, played an important role in the Hungarian history during the Turkish times. The castle renovated in renessaince-gothich style was scenery in an iconic tv serie in 70's.Duration: 1 hourPass By: National Theatre of Pecs, Pecs, Baranya County, Southern TransdanubiaBuilt at the end of the 19th centruy Pecs Theater is a landmark of the city's downtown.Stop At: Mosque of Pasha Gazi Kassim Church of Gyertyaszentelo Boldogasszony, Pecs, Baranya County, Southern TransdanubiaOne of the oldest Turkish monument in Hungary, still preserving its Ottoman architecture, but turned into a Christian church in the 19th century.Duration: 30 minutesStop At: Gere Attila Pinceszete- Winery, Villany, Baranya County, Southern TransdanubiaVillany's cellar row offers a lot of opportunity to taste the famous local wines of Hungar. You are our guest for a winetasting in the village!Duration: 2 hours