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Historic Walking Area
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Tours from $298
Spa
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Zoo
Zoo Gyor , Gyor
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Duration: 10 hours
Visit the imposing Eszterházy Palace, Tata Castle and towns of Sopron and Győr on your transfer from Budapest to Vienna.Join our fun and easy-going road trip from Budapest to Vienna. We discover the hidden gems of the Hungarian countryside, stopping to see the magnificent Eszterháza Palace in Fertőd (entrance not included, optional) as well as small towns of Győr and Sopron. We’ll bring you to places you’d never visit in one day and help you get from Budapest to Vienna in the best possible way.Our knowledgeable local tour guides take a small group, maximum of 15 people, for a fun-filled 10-hour road trip from Budapest to Vienna. You will learn about the history, culture, and most importantly the people of Hungary.
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Lookout
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World heritage site · Historic Site
Pannonhalma Archabbey , Pannonhalma
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A haven of faith and tranquility, Pannonhalma Archabbey represents a historical monument that has lasted as long as Christianity in Hungary.

Gyor

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Historic Walking Areas · Spas · Zoos
Győr is the most important city of northwest Hungary, the capital of Győr-Moson-Sopron County and Western Transdanubia region, and—halfway between Budapest and Vienna—situated on one of the important roads of Central Europe. The city is the sixth-largest in Hungary, and one of the seven main regional centres of the country.HistoryThe area along the Danube River has been inhabited by varying cultures since ancient times. The first large settlement dates back to the 5th century BCE; the inhabitants were Celts. They called the town Ara Bona "Good altar", later contracted to Arrabona, a name which was used until the eighth century. Its shortened form is still used as the German (Raab) and Slovak (Ráb) names of the city.Roman merchants moved to Arrabona during the 1st century BCE. Around 10 CE, the Roman army occupied the northern part of Western Hungary, which they called Pannonia. Although the Roman Empire abandoned the area in the 4th century due to constant attacks by the tribes living to the east, the town remained inhabited.Around 500 the territory was settled by Slavs, in 547 by the Lombards, and in 568–c. 800 by the Avars, at that time under Frankish and Slavic influence. During this time it was called Rabba and later Raab. Between 880 and 894, it was part of Great Moravia, and then briefly under East Frankish dominance. Plan your tour of Gyor and Hungary travel itinerary using our Hungary trip maker.

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