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Budapest City Tour by Bike

1. Budapest City Tour by Bike

There is no better way to see the city's beautiful sites and learn the history of Budapest than by bike. Spend a relaxing day touring both sides of the Danube with a small group and familiarize yourself with the best of what the city has to offer. Meet at the Cityrama office, very close to the parliament building, for a brief introduction before heading out to explore the city. While crusing around the city you will visit some of the capital's most historic sites including the parliament building, the Castle District, Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion, and the Labyrinth of Buda Castle. Continue on towards Alexander Palace and the Royal Palace. Once in Pest, bike to Gresham Palace, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, St.Stephen’s Basilica, and Liberty Square . On route to Heroe’s Square you will pass by Andrassy Avenue, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2002. Notable spots along this street include the Opera House and the House of Terror which commemorates the two main oppressive regimes in Hungary, fascism and communism. The tour ends downtown after our final stop at the city park.

Budapest: Danube River Views Bike Ride

2. Budapest: Danube River Views Bike Ride

Ride along Budapest's streets by bicycle on an innovative and entertaining jaunt around the Hungarian capital. Cycle along the banks of the River Danube and cruise along Andrassy Avenue; a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Check out the magnificent St. Stephen's Basilica. View Liberty Square and the Parliament building, then cross the Margit Bridge to Buda on the river's west bank. Learn about the history of Buda, a site of several sieges and conquests during the Ottoman expansion which almost decimated the city's population completely. Pass the Széchenyi Chain Bridge and the Elisabeth Bridge, which both hold fascinating stories of their own! Zip over to Clark Adam Square, the famous Hotel Gellért, and the Rudas Thermal Baths. Then cycle to Pest across Elisabeth Bridge and discover Pest downtown. The tour concludes back at Andrassy Avenue, where you can visit the majestic 19th-century Hungarian State Opera House; one of the era's most celebrated examples of European architecture. This 3-hour cycle tour is an excellent way to get a taste of the Hungarian capital's highlights before venturing out on your own to explore.

Budapest: Private Walking Tour in the Pest Side

3. Budapest: Private Walking Tour in the Pest Side

Get a perfect insight into Budapest's history, development, and main attractions. Visit Heroe's Square, a UNESCO World Site, Millenium Monument, City Park, Andrassy street, Szechenyi Bath, St. Stephen Basilica, Budapest Eye, Dunacorso Promenade, and Downtown of Pest. Hear great stories of a great city from your guide and after visiting St. Stephen Basilica, head up to a terrace to admire the views and take great photos of the 360-degree panorama of Budapest.

Castle District & Pest Driving Tour with Danube River Cruise

4. Castle District & Pest Driving Tour with Danube River Cruise

You'll be picked up from your hotel as you start your tour of Budapest. Drive pass the House of Parliament, and take the Margaret Bridge over the Danube River to the Buda side of the city. Your first stop is in the charming old town Castle District. Here you'll visit the Matthias Church, which is over 700 years old, and the Fishermen’s Bastion, before and driving up to the Gellért Hill Citadel. This vantage point offers spectacular view of Budapest. Next, you'll head to the Pest side of Budapest, and drive through the downtown area. See the Central Market Hall, and Synagogue, before continue on to World Heritage listed Heroes’ Square and the City Park. Driving down grand Andrássy Avenue, pass by the Opera House and the St Stephen’s Basilica. After your city tour of Budapest, board the boat for your Danube River Cruise, for a 1-hour trip on the river to see UNESCO-listed World Heritage views of Budapest from the water. Sit back and sip a complimentary drink while the sights of Hungary's capital glide by.

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Super Tour!!

We made a city tour with our excellent guide Balint. Balint was a very cool guide, good to understand and with a lot of interesting information. We really enjoyed the tour and got a good overview of budapest! We would do this tour any time again.

Really enjoyed the evening tour in Budapest. Our tour guide Tamaz was fantastic and was able to cater the tour based on our interests and questions. Would recommend this tour 5 stars!!

Personal tour in a small group with a friendly, knowledgeable tour guide! Got to see things across both sides of the river, something you can't really get this well with walking tours.

Really informative bicycle tour; easy ride; great way to see the key attractions in Budapest allowing one to figure out what to explore in more detail. Very friendly tour guide.

The guide Virgina was amazing! She was really friendly and had a lot of positiv energie!