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Private Budapest to Vienna (or Vienna to Budapest) — Wine Transfer Tour

If your trip includes visits to Budapest and Vienna, turn that travel time into a wine adventure with this one-way transfer tour. Explore this border region, and visit two of its wineries.


  • A winery tour with a tasting of 6 to 8 wines
  • Local cheese and charcuterie board
  • History, culture, and sightseeing … in two countries!
  • One-way transfer, with hotel pick-up and drop-off, and transportation by a professional driver
  • Led by a wine-specialized guide
  • Lunch with regional specialties (and wine)
  • Can be custom tailored, if you have special requests

Also Included

  • Water and light snacks for the ride
  • Taste Hungary notebook

Tour Details

  • Duration: Full day
  • Hotel pick-up: Between 9am-9:30am
  • Most dietary restrictions can be accommodated
  • Hotel drop-off: Approximately 7pm

Travel Between Budapest and Vienna … With Wine!

There’s a reason so many travelers visit both Budapest and Vienna—they are two of Europe’s most alluring cities. If you’ve got these two cities on your radar, let us transfer you and take you wine touring along the way. This tour focuses on the regions between Budapest and Vienna—particularly the Sopron wine region in Hungary and the Burgenland wine region in Austria. You’ll see a range of architecture—from Medieval structures and Baroque palaces to interesting village homes. The day includes a visit to a winery, where you’ll experience a tour and a tasting.

The route takes us through Sopron in northwestern Hungary to the shallow Lake Fertő (Lake Neusiedl), which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and straddles the Austrian/Hungarian border. Heading through Burgenland, which is Austria’s most varied wine region—producing reds, whites, and even sweet botrytized wines—you’ll taste blaufrankisch and discover why it is known as Austria’s red wine capital. This region is dotted with castles and aristocratic homes. Some of the most stunning are the two Eszterházy family castles—one in Fertőd, Hungary (modeled after Versailles) and the other in Eisenstadt, Austria. We’ll make time to visit Rust, a lovely village on the shore of reed-covered Lake Fertő / Lake Neusiedl, the second largest steppe lake in Central Europe. When the storks make their annual spring arrival to Rust, residents welcome them and keep a running count. Lunch will be at a restaurant or wine tavern serving regional specialties.

Save time on travel planning and logistics by being transported door-to-door between Budapest and Vienna … and experience the wine country along the way!

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