Private Lake Balaton & Herend tour

Price 407,00 €

Best price: 50,00 €/Person

Persons Price Persons Price
1407,00 2204,00
3138,00 4 - 5105,00
6 - 766,00 8 - 1166,00
12 - 1550,00

Live guiding
Optional extras
  • Interior visit of Herend Porcelain Manufactory and Museum
  • Tihany peninsula: Fascinating view over the Lake Balaton
  • Feeding the swans in Balatonfüred


Visit the Herend Porcelain Manufactory and get to know about porcelain making technology. Explore Lake Balaton and its surroundings with us. Enjoy the view from the Tihany Abbey and walk along the famous promenade in Balatonfüred.


Tour description

First we take you to Herend, to the world's largest Porcelain Manufactory, founded in 1826. After watching a film about porcelain making technology comes a guided tour in the minifactory. This is where all that was seen and heard in the film come to life. Besides, there is a museum where a huge collection of Herend porcelain is exhibited. We invite you for a coffee and provide you free time for shopping.
Next we drive to Lake Balaton, which is the largest fresh-water lake of Central Europe. After showing you the Tihany Abbey we provide you time to have lunch.
After we drive to Balatonfüred, which is the oldest spa resort in Hungary, where we walk along the famous promenade and feed the swans.
Finally, we return to Budapest, the tour ends at your hotel.




 Herend Porcelain Manufactory opening hours:

  • 05/04/2015 – 25/10/2015: every day
  • 26/10/2015 – 19/12/2015: every day except Sundays and Mondays
  • 20/12/2014 – 02/03/2016: closed
  • 03/03 – 04/04/2016: every day except Sundays and Mondays
  • 05/04/2016 – 23/10/2016: every day



9-10 hours



  • Free hotel pick up
  • Professional tour guide
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Hotel drop-off


Not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Lunch
  • Tips
Youtube Video


Lake Balaton & Herend reviews

Excellent wine only surpassed by the stunning view of the lake
- Dina, USA

Visiting the Herend Porcelain Factory was our highlight, but we enjoyed the whole day
- Nistrale, Spain

Very beautiful scenery, now I understand why Hungarians like to go to the Lake Balaton
- Isaquias, Brasil