Trip from Auschwitz Memorial
to Budapest

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Departure from Auschwitz Memorial
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Budapest
14:36h

Trip duration: 336min

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Places you can visit along the way

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Orava Castle
Slovakia

105 min

Let yourself to be inspired or awed by these incredible structure! Orava Castle was initially built in 1241 but continuously rebuilt in the next few... centuries and finally in 1611 got its current appearance. Visitors discover the castle history while touring through many rooms that feature armor, artwork and antiques of the period. But what sets this castle apart from many other medieval castles is the live performance by local actors dressed in period costumes that dance, sing and act in order to fully revive the atmosphere of the 17th century. There is a bit of an effort to get the most stunning views of the village below and the imposing Tatra Mountains as there are approximately 500 stairs to the top of the castle tower.

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Sered Holocaust Museum
Slovakia

75 min

Sered Holocaust Museum is the first and the only museum in Slovakia commemorating the thousands of victims killed during the Holocaust. The museum is opened... on the site of what was once a labor concentration camp in Sered. The memorial today exhibits documents, photographs, and items related to Slovakia’s persecution of Jews. When seeing this items, and especially the real cattle wagon that was used to deport Jews to the Auschwitz concentration camp, visitors are remembered of the horrors that countless victims had to experience in horrendous places such as the Sered labor camp.

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Pannonhalma Archabbey
Hungary

105 min

The Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma is one of the oldest historical monuments in Hungary, established in 966 by Prince Geza. The monastery became an archabbey... in 1541 but during the Turkish occupation the monks had to abandon the abbey on several occasions. The most notable sights include the Basilica with the Crypt which is also the oldest part of the abbey, dating from 13th century; the monumental library with 360.000 volumes; the Archabbey collection and the Baroque refectory. Visitors can also relax in the beautiful botanical garden, an incredible arboretum and in the winery and the restaurant. Today, there are about 50 monks living in the monastery who run the boarding school for Benedictine monks.

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Beckov Castle
Slovakia

60 min

Standing proudly on a steep 50 m tall rock, Beckov Castle is remarkably accompanying its natural setting. Even though the monument has fallen into ruin... today it is still frequently visited by tourists as it offers an important insight into the history of the castle and the entire region. It is equally interesting for all ages – children will love the puppet show in the lower castle grounds and for the adults there are few exhibits of defensive weapons like full-size medieval catapults and cannons. The castle features a cafe, a museum and a souvenir shop. No guided tour is needed as visitors receive a nice and informative pamphlet in English.

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Vlkolinec Village
Slovakia

60 min

Vlkoklinec was granted UNESCO status for the mainly intact folk architecture with artifacts dating back to the 15th century. One might say that in Vlkoklinec... time stands still and the traditional tools, artwork, crafts, and old-style kitchens will immediately take visitors back in past, when life seemed so much simpler. This remarkably untouched settlement consists of 45 wooden houses and outbuildings of which 2 have been converted to museums. To fully experience the past times, do try the local delicacy — warm, homemade poppy seed nut roll in the village store.

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Esztergom
Hungary

75 min

When approaching the town of Esztergom, the first thing seen from afar is the enormous and solemn Esztergom Basilica that dominates the town from the... top of a hill. A picture that will most certainly be imprinted in memory of every traveler is the reflection of this spectacular church in the waters of Danube. Not only is this church the largest in Hungary, but it is also the third largest in Europe. The interior is just as impressive as the exterior as it houses the richest ecclesiastical collection in Hungary. The city itself is also worth a visit with its baroque churches, medieval fortresses and city walls.