price $560
  • City sightseeing
  • Access for disabled
  • Duration: 10 hours
  • Groups allowed
  • Kid(s) friendly
  • Pet allowed


Pécs is one of the highlights of Hungary. The city lies in a long valley, protected by the Mecsek hills. The Pannon-Celtic founders called it Sopianae and was one of the administrative centers of the province of Pannonia. It was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2000. Blessed with a mild climate, it has an illustrious past, superb museums, some of the finest Turkish monuments in the country and good wines. Probably the most interesting museum is the Zsolnay Museum, where you can see some masterpieces of the world renowned Zsolnay Manufactory (Hungarian manufacturer of porcelain, tiles, and stoneware). But Pécs is much more than visiting museums.

This is just an overview, I plan and implement every tour based on individual needs and requests.

Main stops:

  • Basilica
  • Bishop’s Palace
  • Stephen square
  • The mosque of Gazi Kaszim Pasha
  • Zsolnay Museum

The full day tour includes:

  • pick up and drop off at your accommodation
  • traveling with minivan
  • parking fees
  • two-course Hungarian lunch with local wine

Price is 560 USD or 490 EUR up to 5 persons. For more persons or a group please send me an e-mail. Entrance fees and other personal costs are not included.

You can make a booking request using the online form or sending me an e-mail. I will get back to you within 24 hours with a confirmation and further information. After this you just need to wait the day of your private experience.

+3670 581 0198