Learn how chocolate is made in the heart of Budapest 

My Choccy is a unique place where guests can explore over 100 varieties of chocolates. This charming chocolate shop founded by Gabor Vanya along with his family – his wife Edina Makrai and his daughter Vivien Vanya – resembles a jewelry box. It’s the perfect spot to take a break, whether on the terrace or the second floor. They make each chocolate by hand in their local Budapest laboratory.

During the chocolate tour, you’ll appreciate to delve into the history of chocolate. Learn fascinating details such as when and where its consumption started, how it gained global popularity, and the regions worldwide where cacao is grown and produced.

In parallel, taste different kind of chocolates from the decadent hot chocolate to the famous pralines. If you feel like it, you can also indulge in My Choccy unique creations, such as their peanut/onion/chili chocolate.

Discover a 500 years old Hungarian wine cellar in Tokaj

Tokaj Hétszőlő is a more than 500 years old vineyard which has been owned by several kings, sovereigns, princes, and generals. Tokaj Hétszőlő’s philosophy is based on the consciousness of its impact on the environment, therefore the owners take great pride in organic wine making. That’s why they decided to use environmentally conscious features including solar panels or rainwater collection. 

Through the visit, you will walk around the vineyard while also gaining insight into how wine was produced in medieval times through the Tokaj Hétszőlő museum. After this activity, you will have the opportunity to taste some of Tokaj worldwide famous wines like the well-known Aszù sweet wine, in the Knight’s Hall.