Music Tours to Budapest

  • Split into two fascinating halves
  • City of spas
  • Meeting point of many cultures

Budapest is a vastly diverse city with so many places of interest that it makes for a very exciting music tour. Famed for its folk music and composers such as Bartok, Kodaly and Liszt, it is unsurprising that the city boasts such a rich cultural heritage, and musical ensembles are warmly received. Its fascinating and varied history is visible through the grand buildings of the Golden Age such as the Royal Palace and Parliament building, whilst the Fisherman’s Bastion offers an impressive view over the city. With fantastic venues and good value accommodation, Budapest is one of our favourite music tour destinations.

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“Club Europe were fantastic with all aspects of the organisation of the tour from helping choose which country to visit, to help with finance and planning the itinerary - everything...

Michael, Musical Director, Edinburgh

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“We had a brilliant time. Budapest is a beautiful and interesting place, and the Hungarians were all very welcoming, helpful and reliable.”

Jane, Musical Director, Bromley

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Budapest is a vastly diverse city with so many places of interest that it makes for a very exciting music tour. Famed for its folk music and composers such as Bartok, Kodaly and Liszt, it is unsurprising that the city boasts such a rich cultural heritage, and musical ensembles are warmly received. Its fascinating and varied history is visible through the grand buildings of the Golden Age such as the Royal Palace and Parliament building, whilst the Fisherman’s Bastion offers an impressive view over the city. With fantastic venues and good value accommodation, Budapest is one of our favourite music tour destinations.

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Tour Manager: Agency Provided

Journey time from Calais: 21 Hours

Flight Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

Where to stay

We work with a variety of large 3 and 4 star hotels and can base groups centrally or on the outskirts, yet still remaining close to good transport links.

Concerts

Our music tour groups are able to perform in a variety of performance spaces in central Budapest, from cathedrals to jazz clubs, concert halls to community centres. Along the Danube bend there are also numerous towns and villages with pretty churches and town squares, providing real hospitality and the chance to explore beyond the capital city. We have also arranged for some of our groups to perform in local festivals.

Sample Itinerary (Orchestras*)

Day one

Morning ferry crossing for overnight coach travel to Budapest.

Day two

Afternoon arrival in Budapest with evening free to start exploring.

Day three

Morning’s guided visit to the Danube Bend, including Szentendre, Estergom and Visegrad. Return in afternoon to Budapest for afternoon rehearsal and evening concert at Matthias Church in Buda.

Day four

Morning guided visit of Budapest, including Heroes Square and Fisherman’s Bastion. Afternoon rehearsal followed by evening concert at St Gellert Church.

Day five

Full day tour to Lake Balaton with afternoon concert by the lake. Return to Budapest.

Day six

Morning free in Budapest for final sightseeing. Lunchtime departure for overnight coach journey to UK.

Day seven

Afternoon ferry and evening arrival in UK.

* If you are a different ensemble type, please ask us for a sample itinerary.

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"Lovely venues, lovely audiences, comfortable accommodation. Alahree was very prompt and efficient with her responses and understood our needs well."

Gill Chapman, Cecilia Singers, Berkshire.

"It was brilliant and everything I expected from a tour and more. Jonathan was brilliant. He was always patient with me and nothing seemed to phase him. Sabine was just wonderful, always willing to listen to what I suggested we wanted from the tour. She has endless patience. Playing at the Last Post was so moving, we felt very privileged to be able to perform at such a moving ceremony."

Cath Danswan, Swindon Choral Society, Wiltshire.

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