On this unique tour, drive through the pustza to reach the town of Kecskemet. Explore this charming town before a visit to a horse farm. This is a popular attraction in the area and you can enjoy a ride in a horse-drawn carriage and watch man and beast perform together in a spectacular horse show.
End the tour with a meal in a traditional csarda (restaurant) on the farm, where live gypsy music will add to the rustic but romantic atmosphere.
Apr - Oct: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Nov & Mar: Sunday
8 hoursStart time
Start time: 0900h (09:00am), Duration: 8 hoursMeeting Point
From centrally located Budapest hotels (Please advise your hotel at the time of booking. If you do not have this information now, please contact the local activity operator 24 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details.)Ending Point
The tour ends at Erzsébet Square
You will be picked up from your hotel and travel in a mini bus/coach through the Hungarian plain, known as Pustza, to reach Kecskemet. After a short walk around the town, you will visit a horse farm to see a horse show.
Visit a country tavern where you will enjoy a three-course lunch with wine. Your meal will be traditional Hungarian food such as fried chicken or turkey with potatoes or rice and a dessert of sponge cake. During your meal you will be entertained by traditional gypsy music.
The tour ends at Erzsebet Square.
Please call the tour operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming the departure details.
We had already enjoyed the previous days horse show but we weren't disappointed with this one .The carriage ride was beautiful we rode through little country roads not just...MRS MAUREEN J. JAGO, Australia, 11/May/2015
we thought this was one of the best tours we took. booked it from home on our own. our driver was great and told us a lot of things about the area as we drove to the farm. food...Robert E Cannon, United States, 13/Jul/2014
Great guide, horsemen,horses,food, well worth the time and money....Sanford R Hellman, United States, 02/Jun/2013