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 Komarno, Sturovo and Esztergom tour


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We offer you a pleasant trip along the Danube river and the Slovak-Hungarian border. During this one day tour from Bratislava you will discover three interesting cities.

The first one will be Komarno - border town in southern Slovakia. There you will see the former castle, rebuilt in the 16th century into the fortress. On the other side of the Danube there is a Hungarian city called Komarom, connected by bridge, which used to be one city with Komarno. Continuing our trip you will go to Sturovo - a city in Slovakia, also near the border with Hungary. And finally, you will visit Esztergom, which is close to the Sturovo, but lays on the Hungarian side of the Danube river. It is one of the oldest towns in Hungary, and was its first capital. It is called the “Hungarian Vatican” because of the archbishop capital of Hungary’s primates. The city offers such monuments as The Basilica (largest church and the most important Catholic cathedral in Hungary), Moorish Synagogue from 1888, Maria Valeria bridge and Old Castle Hill which offers fantastic view over the city and Danube river.

We offer private tours with private English speaking guide.

We can pick you up from your hotel at chosen time.

Tour lasts up to 8 hours.

tours in: Spanish, German, French, Italian available on request

  • 320 EUR total (1-2 persons)
  • 380 EUR total (3-5 persons)
  • Contact us (6 persons or more)

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