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Tours to Hungary’s Wine Regions

One hundred years ago, Hungary was one of the most important wine producers in Europe. Every royal court in Europe clinked glasses filled with precious gold Tokaji (“toe-kye”) wine, while other lush Hungarian whites and reds were lauded and enjoyed throughout Europe.

Hungary is located between the 46th and 49th parallel which is actually the same latitude range as many of France’s top wine regions from Northern Rhône to Champagne. Hungary’s rolling hills are rich in volcanic soils and limestone–idyllic soil types for fine winemaking.

Eger & Tokaj - North-Eastern Hungary

 10 hours

TRIP TO Etyek - Vineyard of Budapest

 6 hours

Pécs & Villány - Southern Hungary

 10 hours

Winemaking has long been a huge part of Hungary's economy and culture. Monks who lived in Eger more than 1000 years ago engaged in winemaking with native grapes. Although Turks took the castle of Eger in 1596 and held it for nearly 100 years, winemaking was such a substantial source of revenue that the Turks allowed it to continue under their rule. By the 16th Century, there was a complex system of labyrinths underneath the town for storing wine.

Transdanubia in 2 days - Pécs, Villány, Siklós, Mátty

 2 days

Budapest by Night

 4 hours

Tailored European Trips

Italy, Spain, parts of Britain, Ireland and the border triangle Germany-Austria-Switzerland are currently not in MultiGo tour schedule, but we can always make a trip for you. Fans of pizza and pasta are advised to take the tour through Bella Italia and Tuscany. Of course the country in the typical boot form on the map has more to offer than just culinary finesse. With Florence, Venice and Verona three wonderful cities are the destinations of the Bella Italia Tour, all of which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tip: Florence is also a milestone in the MultiGo Tuscany Tour.

Andalusia is one of the Spanish communities that includes numerous natural areas. Reason enough to experience the region and the Spanish temperament in the frame of a MultiGo Andalusia Round Trip. Cities such as Granada, Seville and Malaga are also on the tour plans as well as a visit to the southernmost city in Spain: Tarifa.

If you want to withstand wind and weather, you are cordially invited to the round trips in Ireland and Scotland. Starting point of the MultiGo round trip into the country of the checkered kilts is Edinburgh. In the capital city of Scotland, the first castle on the tour will be visited. Sterling Castle and Urquhart Castle await the lovers of Scottish history. You travel once around the island on MultiGo Ireland Round Trip. The green landscape and breathtaking natural phenomena such as the Cliffs of Moher lets you become enthralled with this island.

Pure nature experiences promises the tour over the Alps and along the lakes. As many as four countries are crossed: Germany, Austria, Switzerland and France. The focus is - as the name of the tour suggests - Alps and Lakes. Besides Chiemsee, Lake Constance and Lake Starnberg, the participants of the MultiGo tour also visit the most beautiful cities: Munich, Salzburg, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Berchtesgaden...