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Budapest City Sightseeing Tour

1. Budapest City Sightseeing Tour

Anyone hoping to experience the beautiful city of Budapest in a different way is sure to love this city sightseeing tour. With your knowledgeable guide leading the way, explore each of Budapest's most important historic sights and landmarks on a small-group tour. Delve into the city's many famous highlights such as the beloved and impressive Castle District, featuring the stunning Fishermen's Bastion and the grand Matthias Church. From there, visit Gellért Hill, home to the city's breathtaking citadel. Pass the renowned State Opera, the majestic Parliament building, St. Stephen's Basilica, and the city's synagogues along Dohány Street. While most conventional tours last for 2 to 3 hours, this unique tour can be extended to as you like, letting you explore more of Budapest's many points of interest, conveniently and hassle-free. Let yourself be carried away by the Hungarian capital's amazing history, culture, and architecture.

Budapest: Sightseeing Tour by Segway

2. Budapest: Sightseeing Tour by Segway

See the sights of Budapest from a different perspective on a guided tour by Segway. Get a 20-minute training session to make sure you feel comfortable on the self-balancing, 2-wheel personal transporter before you set off. Avoid the traffic and glide along bike lanes and sidewalks and through city parks, depending on the option you booked. Choose from different itineraries to suit your preferences, including a tour of the beautiful Margitsziget park, or a journey past the UNESCO World Heritage monuments of Andrássy Avenue and Heroes’ Square. Benefit from an amazing vehicle featuring built-in speakers so that you can listen to your favorite tunes on the go. Enjoy free drinks and get a bonus booklet with free drink coupons in top ruin pubs, a free goulash soup, and discounts at over 40 top attractions, restaurants and bars worth over €20.

Budapest: Guided E-Bike Tour

3. Budapest: Guided E-Bike Tour

Explore Budapest, the so-called "Paris of the East," on a comfortable on a brand new e-bike from the leading German manufacturer, Kalkhoff. First up, take in the full-length of the Andrássy Avenue passing the Hungarian State Opera House, the House of Terror, and arrive at Heroes' Square. You can be sure your guide will have all the stories along the way. From Heroes' Square, continue into City Park where you’ll be surprised by a fake castle and the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, the largest and most popular in the city. The trip continues with highlights like the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and the Jewish Quarter before diving into the downtown area.  See and learn about St. Stephen's Basilica, largest church in Budapest. In the heart of the financial district lies Liberty Square with a bloody history and a disputed Holocaust memorial. From here it is not far to the Hungarian Parliament Building, a landmark in Budapest. Next, reach the Danube River with a breathtaking view on the Buda side of the city. Cross Margaret Bridge using a nice bicycle lane and arrive at Buda and EuroVelo 6, an international bicycle way along the Danube River. Ride down to Batthyany-Square, take a picture of the parliament across the river, and continue to Széchenyi Chain Bridge, from where you will start to climb Castle Hill. Here the electric support of your bike will show its strength. Admire Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion before returning to the Shoes on the Danube Bank and passing the historical Rudas Bath. At Gellért Hill, see the famous Gellért Thermal Bath cross back to Pest via Liberty Bridge, the most popular bridge in Budapest. Do not miss the Central Market Hall and the Hungarian National Museum before you reach the Dohány Street Synagogue, the final stop on the tour before you return to the starting point of the tour.

Budapest: Private 4-Hour Guided Walking Tour

4. Budapest: Private 4-Hour Guided Walking Tour

Explore Budapest by foot on a 4-hour walking tour with a private guide. See some of the city’s stunning imperial architecture and Art Nouveau decorations, and learn more about the history, culture and modern day life of the Hungarian capital. During the walk you will get comprehensive information about the story of Budapest, from the Roman period to the present day, with useful tips on everyday life in the city that you can use for the rest of your vacation. Each tour can be tailored around your interests. Besides visiting the main sights, such as Saint Stephan's Cathedral, the Hungarian Parliament, and famous Andrássy Avenue, you can explore the hidden treasures of Budapest, or focus on a specific neighborhood, such as the Jewish quarter or Castle District. The public transportation system will be used to reach sights that are relatively far from the city center.

Budapest Private 4-Hour Photography Tour

5. Budapest Private 4-Hour Photography Tour

See Budapest in a different light on a 4-hour private photography tour and start your journey to master photography to rival famous Hungarian photographers, such as Robert Capa, Martin Munkácsy, Andre Kertész, and more. Your guide will teach you new tricks as you discover architectural gems, secret city scapes and portraits of Budapest characters. Explore the functions of your camera before putting things into practice. Start with a drink in one of the city’s legendary ruin bars in the Jewish District. Then, stroll the Budapest streets to learn how to capture Danube panoramas, street art, majestic Andrássy Avenue, and medieval Pest. If you are a complete beginner, your guide will focus on the most important settings of your camera. The more advanced can choose to focus on a specific field. Learn how to use shutter speeds, ISO settings, flash, and white balance in manual mode. Get tips on composition and framing, and learn when to utilize equipment such as tripods, external flash, lenses, and filters. You can also look into editing functions, such as raw or jpeg formats, pixel size, and even how to develop and exhibit your photos if you want to take things further.

Budapest: Downtown and Jewish Quarter Tour in German

6. Budapest: Downtown and Jewish Quarter Tour in German

We start the tour at the Houses of Parliament with a short explanation of the hungarian history. Then it followes a walk through the Downtown with the old buildings from the 1890s: art niveau palaces, the Postal Saving Bank, the Hungarian National Bank and the St. Stephan's Basilica. After this, the walk continues in the famous jewish districht, where several synagogues and jewish monuments can be find. But not only: modern street art and ruin pubs are here too (you'll get many tips of good restaurants & bars, of course). The end of the walking tour is at the Kazinczy street, near to the Karavan Street Food court and the famous Szimpla ruin pub.

Budapest: Half-Day Highlights Small Group Private Tour

7. Budapest: Half-Day Highlights Small Group Private Tour

Book a private guide and driver in Budapest for up to 6 people and see the sights you want to see. Traveling in comfortable air-conditioned minivans (other vehicles are available for larger groups on request), you will visit the classic sites of the city, such as the Citadella, Liberty Statue, Buda Castle and more. Learn about life in the imperial city during the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and discover what life was like behind the Iron Curtain during the Communist era. Go to the Romanesque Matthias Church in front of the Fishermen's Bastion of the Castle District, and get close-up views of its soaring tower. Travel down Andrássy út (Andrássy Avenue), Budapest’s most iconic boulevard. Pause at the vast Heroes’ Square to see the Millennium Memorial. Continue to City Park, part of Budapest’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, and discover the oldest underground train line in the city, part of the 2nd oldest underground system in the world.

Budapest: 3-Hour Walking Tour of Pest with a Historian

8. Budapest: 3-Hour Walking Tour of Pest with a Historian

On this amazing 3-hour walking tour, discover the essence of Pest, the Eastern and younger side of Budapest. Learn about the history of Pest, about the different mentality of Pest and Buda residents, and receive an account of how is it to live there today. Your guide is not afraid to answer any question and enter any topic about Budapest and Hungary. Explore the inner city of Budapest and visit various places including the Danube Promenade, the Art Nouveau splendor of Gresham Palace, the historic Academy of Sciences, the cobblestones of Zrínyi street, Saint Stephen's Basilica, Andrássy Street, Hungarian State Opera, and the Millenium Underground. Discover 1000 years of Hungarian history at Hero's Square. Visit St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest's largest church inside (entrance ticket included).

Budapest: Night Walking Tour

9. Budapest: Night Walking Tour

Discover Budapest at night and go for a cruise on this unique tour of the Hungarian capital. Take in the city's magnificent buildings at night for a completely different view of the city. Walk along a path that is specially designed to pass by city's most stunning nighttime sites. Learn all about these grandiose sites and hear the fascinating stories which surround them. Trace the Hungarian's lineage along with the development of their language, culture, and country over the course of 1,000 years. Cap off the evening with a 1-hour boat cruise along the Danube and enjoy a beverage under the starry night sky.

All In One 3-Hour Walking Tour with Coffee Stop

10. All In One 3-Hour Walking Tour with Coffee Stop

Experience everything Budapest has to offer on this packed walking tour. The tour begins at the Opera House, then take a short ride on the Millennium metro to Heroes Square' and Budapest's city park. Once there you will learn about Hungarian history and culture through the line of kings displayed in chronological order. Then, walk through the park to visit Vajdahunyad Castle, a complex built for the World Expo in 1896. Afterwards, stop by Szechenyi Bath House to learn about the country's unique bathing culture. Hop back on the metro and stop by Andrassy Blvd. Next, continue toward Elizabeth Square and St. Stephen’s Basilica before taking a break in a café for a taste of Hungary’s most famous pastry. Once refreshed, take a trip toward the downtown area with a stop at Vaci Street and Vorosmarty Square. Finally, climb the steps up to the Royal Palace and walk through the old cobblestone streets toward the finishing point in front of the Matthias Church and Fisherman’s Bastion.

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Antal was my guide. He has a degree in photography so very knowledgeable about camera settings and composition. Very personable and helpful to get me back to the bus station at the end of the trip so I didn't get lost. He pointed out interesting art deco buildings and reflection shots as well as all the historic buildings. Antal also told me a lot about Hungary's history, the good and the bad. A great 4 hour tour!

My partner and I had an absolutely wonderful tour with our tour guide Christina! she taught us so much about each monument, the history and all the reasons. She was so lovely and made the start of our trip wonderful. The coffee stop was really nice too and such a great place! We highly recommend this tour trip and We will definitely be recommending to family & friends.

Very good bicycle trip , give you a good idea of the city, friendly guide called Carol. very enjoyed. wear gloves , wooly hat. Super

Wonderful experience, we were priviliged to see a lot of the biggest attractions. The tour guide was great.

the guide was fantastic very knowledgeable and took photos and videos for us and easy way to travel