Puszta Tour

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Route:  Budapest - Kecskemet - Budapest
Duration: 8 h

Full-day tour to the Puszta - great performance of the famous Horsemen and typical dinner accomponied by Gipsy music. Spend an unforgettable day in the Puszta. We drive to Kecskemet, and further on to Lajosmizse, where you will be greeted with a traditional welcome drink. After the Great performance of the famous Horsemen and a carriage ride through the Puszta, a typical meal (3 course menu with wine). Accomponied by Gipsy music, will be served in the Csarda.

Price: per person

Price: 72.00 EUR
Countries: Hungary

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