2016. május 31., kedd

"Pearl of the River Danube"

Do you love sightseeing in a beautiful and a very lovely city?
Come to see Budapest in Hungary, this city is the „Pearl of the River Danube” in Europe, we are sure, you will love it!

Budapest is breathtaking beautiful city, enjoy a private sightseeing tour with us, ask an offer in online: office@twinstravel.hu.

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- organize programs in Hungary for your foreign guests since 2004,
- Conference organize and  team building programs,
- Booking flight tickets,
- Booking accomodation in Hungary and in the foreign countries,
- Transfer from the Airport to the Hotel,
- Cars renting in Hungary and in the foreign countries,
- Travel insurance.


1./ TWINS Travel is over 12 years old,
2./ Financial reliable firm according to the international firm Bisnode,
3./ Over 30 years experience and partners in Hungary and abroad,
3./We assure you about the good quality and guaranty,
4./ Our services are talilor made,
5./ Reliable and competent organizing
6./ We can solve also the unforeseen cases.
7./ All of our partners and clients are VIP for us,
8./ 24 hours assistance,
9./ Guides and interpreters in 20 languages

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2016. május 19., csütörtök


Come and discover the World Heritage in Hungary with us! 


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If you want to discover some memorable parts of the World Heritage, Hungarian countryside is worth visiting. Come and see two unique attractions of Hungarian countryside!

Let’s start our trip with the Old Village of Hollókő, which is hidden among the hills of Cserhát, in the north of Hungary. The shapes and the use of materials of the 67 traditional Palóc buildings are in perfect harmony with the natural landscape. The World Heritage site of 145 hectares includes not only family houses, a church and ruins of a medieval castle above the village, but woods and grasslands with wildlife, as well.

The history of the village goes back to the 13th century, when the castle was built on Szár Hill after the Mongol invasion. After several fires over the centuries, the houses were restored to their original form, but with clay-brick walls and tiled roofs. Because of this, the buildings wouldn’t burn down again. The wooden towered, tile-covered Roman Catholic church was built in 1889, in the middle of the village.

Here you can see the traditional medieval village structure, the single long street has thin lots running off it at right angles. The buildings of the village are peasant houses with stepped gable roofs and porches with wooden breast walls decorated with open-work carvings. According to the 17th century Palóc style, the interior consists of 3 distinct rooms: the cooking-dining room, the kitchen and the so-called clean room (the best decorated of the house). When the family got larger, the houses were extended lengthways.

Nowadays the Palóc people, who live in the village next to the ancient one, are proud of their tradition and wear their colorful, rich-decorated folk costumes at different festivals and on Easter.

Let’s visit another part of the World Heritage, the Tokaj Wine Region. Have you ever heard about the famous Tokaji Aszú? The outstanding fame of present wine varieties goes back to the past. The wine region has been under protection since the year of 1737, when a royal decree proclaimed the area as a closed wine region, the first of its kind in the world. The leaf imprint of the indigenous plant species regarded as the common ancestor of all modern vine species, the ancient vine from the Miocene era (Vitis Tokaiensis) was found in the area. The secret of the successful wine region is probably a good “mixture” of the exceptional microclimate, the favorable soil conditions and the talent of Hungarian winemakers.

The World Heritage site covers the administrative area of 27 settlements. The colorful socio-economic, cultural, ethnic, religious background of the population of the Tokaj Wine Region and the fame of the Tokaji Aszú wine have contributed to the uniqueness of the region.

When your dreams about the perfect honeymoon come true…

Enjoy your honeymoon organized by us!
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Have you decided to organize the most memorable and romantic honeymoon ever? It’s not too easy to find the best place for your honeymoon, where you can meet truly breathtaking experiences. We recommend you to visit some of them in Budapest, Prague and Vienna.

The Castle Hill in Budapest is worth visiting, if you long for places with nostalgic memories. It deserves to be a World Heritage Site. The Baroque houses, cobblestone streets and Gothic arches bring you to the 14th and 15th century, in which they were built. In the Castle area you can find everything you need, major attractions such as the Fishermen’s Bastion and Matthias Church, refreshing cafes, restaurants and relaxing accommodation, as well.

If you wish to experience historic atmosphere and five-star luxury at the same time, spend your honeymoon at the St. George Residence & Hotel, the first historic boutique hotel in Budapest. Any gorgeous suites chosen by you, we guarantee you will be pampered as a queen and king.

Are you interested in what’s underneath Castle Hill? You can visit the Buda Castle Labyrinth, where the famous Count Dracula was imprisoned by Hungarian King Matthias Corvinus. You’ll have another nostalgic adventure, if you take a night tour and visit the labyrinth with lanterns.

If your desire is to live in super luxury hotels surrounded by historical attractions, spend your honeymoon in the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest or the Ritz-Carlton Budapest. These hotels are ready to bring you a romantic atmosphere with their five star panorama, outstanding service and high comfort. Anytime you want to, luxury sightseeing will be provided with a limousine or a Mercedes E Class.

Do you want to live like imperial royalty in your honeymoon? Choose the imperial suite package and “move into” the Schönbrunn Palace, one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historical monuments in Austria. You can live in a unique residence with 167 square meters in the east wing of the palace and enjoy the extraordinary imperial charm.

Are you keen on old town squares, castles, cathedrals, bridges with special atmosphere and very dynamic cultural life? It’s high time to visit Prague, where you can find a charming mixture of old and new. The Charles Bridge, the symbol of Prague, is the main pedestrian route, connecting the Old Town with the Lesser Town/Prague Castle. While enjoying street artists’ sketches of you or listening to musicians’ or jazz bands’ play, you will be able to feel the pulse of an especially vibrant city. If you want to enhance your romance, you can get on board of some gondolas.

Visit the most romantic places in Europe, where the history of the past and the luxury of the presence meet!

Budapest - the paradise of Art Lovers

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Would you like to see some of the most fascinating buildings of Art Nouveau? Come and visit these unique attractions in Budapest!

You will learn a lot about our great historical period and will be fascinated by the magnificent buildings of Art Nouveau! Take part in a 2 hour walking tour and discover the history of Hungarian Art Nouveau from 1890 to the early 20th century!

Our English speaking tour begins with visiting the House of Hungarian Art Nouveau. The whole museum - outside and inside as well - was devoted to the Secession style. (Art Nouveau is called Secession (szecesszió) in Hungarian). While admiring the furniture, paintings, interiors and porcelains displayed here, you can experience the atmosphere of bourgeois life of Budapest at the beginning of the 20th century. The whole building and every piece of collection show lavishly decorated designs of this period.

We are sure that the Museum of Applied Arts with Zsolnay terracotta tiling decoration catches your eye from a long distance. One of the capital’s architectural gems was influenced by Hungarian folk art. The museum was built by Ödön Lechner, the most important figure in Hungarian Art Nouveau.
The Post Office Savings Bank with its stunning cornice and extravagant roof decoration is another example of the diversity of Lechner’s art. When asked, why he had put such effort into designing the tile patterns of the roofs that nobody from the streets would be able to see, Lechner replied „ the birds would see them”.

In the city center you can see one of the finest examples of Art Nouveau in the world, the Gresham Palace. It was built in 1904 as the London-based Gresham Life Assurance Company’s headquarters. In 2001 the building was reborn as a luxury hotel. Due to restoring such original details as a large staircase, stained glass, mosaics, ironwork and winter gardens, we can admire the incredible richness of Hungarian Art Nouveau at present, as well.


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Are you interested in the Jewish community’s past, history and their important memorials in Budapest? Join us to learn more about the historic Jewish Quarter!

Let’s start our tour with the Great Synagogue in Dohány Street. It is the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world, capable of accommodating 3,000 people. It represents the Neolog type of synagogues with the front allocation of the Torah reading table, with partially seperated sexes. It means that women and men are sitting in different pews, not in different rooms. Following the Neolog style, the language of the service is Hungarian, because only a few people speak Yiddish today.

The building was designed by a German architect, Ludwig Förster, teacher at the Vienna Academy. It was built between 1854 and 1859 in Moorish Revival and Neo-Moorish style. Ignac Wechselmann was in charge of the construction. Frigyes Feszl, the famous architect of the Vigado, was entrusted with the interior design. The indoor area is 1200 square meters, the two towers are 44 meters high, there are 1497 seats for the men downstairs, and 1472 for the women on the two balconies. The spread of the naves is 12 meters.

The buildings and the courtyards of the Great Synagogue include the Jewish Museum, the Heroes' Temple, the Jewish Cemetery and the Raul Wallenberg Memorial Park. The Jewish Museum was constructed on the site where Theodor Herzl, the father of Zionism was born. Today it provides a lot of information about Jewish traditions, costumes, the history of Hungarian Jews and the Holocaust. The Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park is located in the backyard of the Great Synagogue. The Holocaust Memorial, also known as the Emanuel Tree, is a weeping willow tree with the names of Hungarian Jews killed during the Holocaust inscribed on each leaf. This place commemorates Raul Wallenberg, a Swedish diplomat and other non-Jewish Hungarians who saved the lives of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.

Let’s continue the Jewish Heritage Tour with the Rumbach Street Synagogue. It is known as the small Synagogue, because it is similar to the major Neolog building, the Dohány Street Synagogue. It was built between 1869 and 1872 in Islamic style, designed by Otto Wagner, the leader architect of the Viennese Art Nouveau. Today it is more like a museum because it does not work as a synagogue anymore.

In addition to the Neolog synagogues, the Orthodox Kazinczy Street Synagogue is worth visiting. The masterpiece of the late Art Nouveau architecture was built in 1913 according to the plans of the Löffler brothers. You will see the main characteristics of the Orthodox style: the Torah reading table in the middle, women and men totally separated. The synagogue is the main building of the Orthodox center and the only mikve (the ritual bath) can be found near the synagogue.

Walking around the Jewish Quarter with kosher shops, Jewish restaurants and cafes, you will experience how lively it is. Choose one of the Jewish Heritage Tours, if you are curious about the past and present of the Jewish Community in Budapest!