GUIDED TOURS


GUIDED TOURS

Are you planning a trip to Veszprém? Are you looking for a professional tour guide? If you have further questions about the service please do not hesitate to contact our office! More Shorter

Our office deals with guided tours in Veszprém. If you would like to order the service, please fill in our order form online!

It is worth booking the service at least 5 days before the visit.

Visiting the Old Town Square and the Castle (a walk in the old town, sightseeing - watching the sights from outside only) takes about 1,5-2 hours. The prices are following: Hungarian: 11.000 HUF, English/German: 14.000 HUF.

Guided tours in other languages are also available: (Italian, Russian, French).

«Useful pieces of information before the tourist guide»:

In case of arriving by bus, the occasional service bus can wait temporary at the staging point of Vörösmarty Mihály square (maximum 5 minutes) until the passengers get on and get off. (Yellow road mark, marked with a bus stop sign, GPS coordinates: latitude: 47° 5' 25.5" N / longitude: 17° 54' 46.9" E, from which you can easily – 10 minutes – reach the Castle and the old town.)

Please take into consideration that certain ecclesiastical exhibitions (Archbishop’s Palace, Cathedral, chapels, Blessed Gisela Archdiocese Collection) are opened only seasonally: from May to October, you have to book a date, if you want to visit these places in other periods of the year. The Hungarian Queens and Coronation Bishops entitled walk can be ordered during the opening hours of the exhibitions. You may get further information from the links: «Szaléziánum Érsekségi Turisztikai Központ», «Boldog Gizella Főegyházmegyei Gyűjtemény».

The Archbishop’s Palace can be visited with its own tour guide, which takes 40-45 minutes (price: HUF 1200 per person, student price: HUF 800 per person). If the group wants to visit this sight or any of the ecclesiastical buildings, it is worth visiting them after the tourist guide.

The Archbishop’s Palace will be closed because of the renovation until the summer of 2018. The exhibition Compromise and Crowning 1867 can be visited in the Tejfalussy canonical building of Blessed Gisela Archdiocese Collection (Veszprém, Vár u. 35.)

The so-called Veszprémvölgyi sétaút (Veszprém valley alley) is one of the most interesting curiosities of Veszprém. The alley is 3.5 km long and it is really exciting. Due to the proximity of the Castle, we highly recommend the Szerelem-sziget (Island of love), Margit romok (Margaret Ruins) and Margit tér (Margit Square).

Further information: www.veszpremvolgy.hu

One of the main attractions of the Castle is the Salesianum – Archbishopric Touristic Centre, which is waiting for the audience with ecclesiastical sights.

Some interesting points of the Salesianum: wafer bakery, herb garden, violin making workshop, projection room, book shop, café, baroque interior decor exhibition, activities for children (you can order a professional preliminary, as well – you have to visit the centre after the tourist guide, if needed.

Further information: www.szalezianum.hu


The price of the guided tour does not include the entrance fees to any sights.

Over 35 persons we recommend you ordering two tour guides.

For further information about the sights, tourist attractions of Veszprém please see «Places» menu on our homepage.

We are waiting for you in the city of Queens. If you have further questions please feel free to contact us.

We are waiting for your order, which will be confirmed in e-mail. Our confirmation will include the name and mobile phone number of the tour guide.

Address: 8200 Veszprém, Óváros Square 2.
E-mail: info@veszpreminfo.hu
Phone number: +36 88 404 548
Website: http://www.veszpreminfo.hu