Hungary · May 18-28, 2015

When?

May 18-28, 2015. 11 days, 10 nights.

Why?

We’ve been blown away by the amazing artisanal food of Hungary and by the warm welcome of its people, and we want to share them with you! Hungary has an incredibly rich and varied food tradition reaching back at least 1500 years, including an Eastern European Jewish influence. From the regional cheeses, wines, cured meats, and bountiful produce, to the incredible breads, pastries, and elegant multi-layered tortas, Hungary has it all. Come find out how much more there is to Hungarian food than its excellent paprika!

Who?

The trip is designed for experienced travelers with a passion for great food that is still made the way it was done hundreds of years ago – food that is deeply connected to the people and culture of the place.

Our guests are adults of all ages, who enjoy walking, and enjoy exploring places on their own as well as with the group.

We keep the group small. Only 15 guests traveling with an experienced leader from Zingerman’s, plus our Hungarian guides.

What Is Included?

Behind the scenes visits to artisanal producers of excellent food and wines of the region.

Amazing food – all breakfasts, all lunches, and seven dinners. We will enjoy traditional regional specialties made from local, fresh ingredients.

Cooking lessons and demonstrations from local chefs and bakers.

Visits to beautiful cities and towns such as Budapest and Tokaj.

A Zingerman’s tour leader and our Hungarian guides will be at your disposal at all times.

All transportation during the tour.

What Is Not Included?

Airfare

Alcoholic beverages that are not specifically included in the itinerary.

Three dinners, where you will get to explore on your own (suggestions provided!).

Personal spending money

What About Accommodations?

You will be staying in clean, comfortable, conveniently located, unique accommodations with private baths.

How Much Does It Cost?*

$5,500 per person
$6,200 per person for solo travelers

*Prices subject to change.

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