New Year's Eve in Budapest, Hungary (Dec. 28 - 2015 - Jan. 4, 2016)

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New Year's Eve in Budapest, Hungary (Dec. 28 - 2015 - Jan. 4, 2016)

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TOUR PRICE:  The price for this week-long, air-inclusive package is ONLY $1255.00 per person based on double occupancy and excluding air taxes of approximately $199.00.  The single supplement for this tour is only $189.00.  Triple occupancy may be available upon request but there is no price reduction for triple occupancy, as this tour has already been heavly discounted.

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Once referred to as the "Queen of the Danube," Budapest is a vast, cosmopolitan city encompassing over two million inhabitants and accommodating over two-and-a-half million tourists a year.  Although Budapest was seriously damaged by allied bombing attacks during World War II, the city has been amazingly restored to its former splendor. There is nothing quite like the view of the Danube and sprawling Pest from the Buda Hills.  The capital of the Republic of Hungary, Budapest has a 1000 year history as the focal point of a nation descended from the Magyars, who invaded the region in the 9th century.  It became extraordinarily prosperous during the period of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1867-1918) and is now the cultural, economic and political center of a proud nation, whose distinctive Finno-Ugric language is spoken by only fourteen million people worldwide.

Famous for its 123 thermal springs, Budapest for centuries has been a draw to people throughout Europe who suffered from a variety of ailments and who came to believe in the medicinal qualities of the waters.  It is possible even in winter to immerse oneself in one of the many outdoor or indoor baths.  And if you are looking for food with a flair,  Budapest offers the best of Hungarian cooking, including hearty goulash loaded with fresh paprika the likes of which you will find nowhere else on the continent.  To be quite honest, one of my favorite pastimes in Hungary is simply eating--the experience is never dull--and is best followed by drinking a delicious dessert wine known as Tokaji.  Come celebrate New Year's Eve with us in this remarkable central European city.  You won't be disappointed!

Tour Features:  The NYE in Budapest seven days, air-inclusive package features round trip air transportation to Budapest on Lufthansa Airlines from Newark Liberty International Airport;  private motor coach transfers between the airport in Budapest and the hotel;  SIX nights in a four star, centrally-located hotel with complete buffet breakfasts daily;  a half day sightseeing tour of the city;  an optional full day Danube Bend excursion to the beautiful towns of Esztergrom, Visegrad and Szentendre;  an optional NYE Bash with dinner and entertainment;  the services of an ArawjoTours, LLC Tour Leader; and a pre-departure orientation.