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Sisi tour from Budapest

Experience a feast for your eyes and ears as you tour the second largest Baroque Palace in the world and hear of the life and loves of one of its royal residents during this Sisi Tour. Godollo Palace is a great example of beautiful Hungarian Palace architecture and is one of the largest and most important monuments preserved and renovated in Hungary. As the former summer residence of Queen Elisabeth (Sisi) and Francis Joseph (Habsburg Emperor & Hungarian king 1867-1916), Godollo tells tales of romance and intrigue that will fascinate you almost as much as the Palace building and interior delights. A mere 30-minute drive from Budapest transports you to a palace that reveals vestiges of the imperial and royal past of Hungary. With a grand double drive leading up to the double u shaped building, the Palace and grounds provide a wonderful setting in which to explore the interesting history of Hungary. You can enjoy a tour of the interior with its painted foyer, Grand Hall and 23-room exhibition which captures the atmosphere of the Palace’s regal history. Then tour through the extensive gardens of the chateau, giving you a glimpse of times under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. With the help of an expert guide you will become acquainted with the secrets of the private life, the hidden doors, bedrooms and lovers of the royal couple. Experience a feast for your eyes and ears as you tour the second largest Baroque Palace in the world and hear of the life and loves of one of its royal residents during this Sisi Tour. Godollo Palace is a great example of beautiful Hungarian Palace architecture and is one of the largest and most important monuments preserved and renovated in Hungary. Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up transfer from your hotel 30 minutes prior to tours programmed time. Only for hotels located in Budapest, excluding surroundings. Please indicate the name of the hotel when booking. The tour ends at the city centre.Customers must be at the meeting point 30 minutes before the start of the tour. Duration: 3 hours. Start or opening time: On Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 10am. November to March (excluding January), on Thursday and Saturday at 10am. Languages: English, German, French, Italian and Spanish.