Student trips to Budapest
Pearl of the Danube
Budapest is sophisticated and stylish, energetic and progressive. Sat along both banks of the Danube, with an abundance of fine architecture, graceful bridges and attractive parks, Budapest is rightfully called one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A status underlined by the fact that the Danube embankments and Buda Castle comprise a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Hungarian capital also has a vibrant local arts scene, a growing and dynamic film and media industry, numerous world-class museums and galleries and several health and social welfare institutions of international note.
Budapest is lovely city to walk around, though the efficient metro and tram system is incredibly convenient. Equity has selected a range of hotels to suit different budgets and requirements.
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price...
How Equity can help
Budapest offers a great value option for European travel. A typical Student tour to Budapest would run between 2 and 4 nights and would include air travel for 30 students and 3 staff. These numbers can be flexible to your requirements. Our basic price does not include excursions and will vary depending on the travel dates and the final itinerary.
Equity deal with all the administration of the excursions, the admissions, travel and accommodation details before your trip- allowing you to focus on the learning objectives for your students. While you are on your trip our support team can be contacted 24/7 should you require any assistance.
If you are interested in taking your students on a trip then fill out our quick 'get a quote' form and we will get back to you with a non-obligational, tailor made quote for your group trip.
All Central Hostel
- One of the biggest hostels in Budapest
- Great location
This popular hostel is open 24 hours a day and is right in the heart of Budapest.
Location: Located right next to the famous Vaci street and the Deák Ferenc Square.
Facilities:Kitchen, common and a bar area within the hostel. Free WiFi is also available.
Accommodation: Double rooms are available as are dorm rooms that sleep up to 10 people. Private facilities are available in the double rooms and shared in the dorms, all rooms have air conditioning.
Meals: Breakfast isn’t included. Evening meals at local restaurants can be arranged upon request.
Baross City Hotel
- Ideal location
- Great for groups
The Baross offers a modern accommodation in a period building that has an inner courtyard with a welcoming friendly atmosphere.
Location: Just 50 metres from the Keleti Railway Station where you can get direct link to the Danube River banks by using the Keleti underground.
Facilities:24 hour front desk, ATM/Cash machine on site, bicycle rental.
Accommodation: Room types range from double/twin to triple, quad and apartments that can sleep up to 5 people. These spacious rooms are all en suite and come with air conditioning and flat screen TV’s.
Meals: Breakfast can be included as well as evening meals booked at local restaurants upon request.
Hotel Golden Park
- Fantastic location
- Impressive 100 year old building
The Golden Park Hotel is a great accommodation to stay in where some of Budapest’s best attractions are easily reachable.
Location: Centrally located in the heart of Budapest’s business district opposite the East Railway Station and Europe’s largest shopping centre is only a few minutes’ walk away!
Facilities:Restaurant and bar area with meeting/banquet facilities. Fitness centre and free WiFi.
Accommodation: The elegant, sound proofed rooms offer single, double and triple en suite accommodation that include TV’s and air conditioning.
Meals: Meals available in the hotel upon request.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information!
Below is a sample of Excursions Equity can organise for your trip to Budapest - for subject specific excursions have a look at the
recommended educational trips for Budapest
Located at the end of Budapest’s main shopping street, Andrássy Avenue, Heroes Square is a Unesco World Heritage site. Home to the Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace of Art, its most prominent feature is the Millenium Memorial, built in 1900 to commemorate the 1000-year anniversary of the arrival of the Magyar tribes to the region that is now Hungary.
Shoes on the Danube
Created by Hungarian sculptor Gyula Pauer and his friend Can Togay in 2005, Shoes on the Danube pays tribute to Hungarian Jews who were killed by the river at the hands of the Arrow Cross Party, one of Hungary’s most notorious fascist organizations, in the 1940s. Because shoes were very valuable at the time, victims were asked to remove theirs before execution. Each sculpted pair is modeled after actual shoes of the time.
The Danube River is the longest river in the EU and the second longest river on the continent of Europe. It winds through Budapest, separating the two sides of the city—Buda, on the West, and Pest, on the East.
Quick Tip: If you have an excursion in mind which you don't see listed, please get in touch anyway as we may still arrange it for you!
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