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Budapest: Private Sightseeing Tour

1. Budapest: Private Sightseeing Tour

This tour will show you the most beautiful sights of Budapest in the company of a personal guide. Discover the amazing history of Budapest from the comfort of an air-conditioned car or minivan and a guide who can speak English, German, French, Italian or Spanish. Choose the language that suits you and start your tour with a hotel and pick-up and drive to one of the most striking city bridges in Pest. You will visit Central Market Hall and explore the Jewish Quarter to see the largest synagogue in Europe. Take in the magnificent Elisabeth Square, the former Stock Exchange Palace and the splendid Parliament building. You will also discover the largest medicinal bath in Europe at Széchenyi Bath and pause at Heroes’ Square. Drive to the center of Pest along Andrássy Avenue, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the House of Terror and State Opera House. Continue with a visit to St Stephen’s Basilica, the largest church in Budapest. Then it is up the Buda hills to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the castle district and panoramic views as you explore Buda Castle, Alexander Palace and Dísz Square. The next stop is Gellért Hill, home to the Statue of Liberty, where you can enjoy one of the most incredible vistas in Europe. On the way down you will pass Gellért Hotel and the Thermal Spa, getting personal attention from your private guide in your native language. You can start and end this exclusive tour at a time and place to suit, making it one of the most flexible ways to see the remarkable city of Budapest at your own convenience.

Budapest: Downtown and Jewish Quarter Tour in German

2. 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

3. 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: Private Walking Tour in the Pest Side

4. 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.

Private Day Trip to Budapest from Vienna

5. Private Day Trip to Budapest from Vienna

Famous for its gypsy music and turn of the century architecture, the twin towns of Buda and Pest that became the single city of Budapest, and capital of Hungary, is just 2 hours from Vienna, making it an easy and fascinating destination for an away day. On this 12-hour tour, you will cross the Hungarian border and drive through the lowlands. Upon arrival in Budapest, a local guide will take you on a comprehensive 3-hour city tour, covering the main sights. Visit Buda's medieval castle district, including Trinity Square, the Gothic Matyas Church and as well as Buda Castle. Enjoy unparalleled city views from Fisherman's Bastion, towering over the Danube. Crossing the chain bridge to Pest, see St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest's magnificent Opera House and Heroe's Square. Travel down elegant Andrassy Avenue and busy Vaci Street to reach the city center, and treat yourself to a typical Hungarian lunch. Spend the afternoon at leisure shopping in Pest's lively center. Or bring your bathing suit and ask your driver to take you to one of Budapest's famous thermal baths, where you can soak the afternoon away. If you plan to stay in Budapest overnight, your driver will drop you off at your city hotel, making for a hassle-free transfer and tour option. Otherwise, they will drive you back to Vienna for your hotel drop off.

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4.4 / 5

based on 1,309 reviews

Excellent service and personable guide and driver. This is the way to discover Budapest and it’s rich history in perfect comfort at your pace. Christine, our guide, had an amazing wealth of knowledge and loved to patiently explain the intricacies of Hungary’s path to the present. Laslo our driver navigated the Budapest streets with calm and grace, and made sure we saw parts of the city that no tour bus could ever get to. Overall an excellent experience we would recommend to anyone.

Our guide Esther was awesome! After recovery in an air-conditioned vehicle in front of our accommodation, we were treated to a private tour with commentary in French of 4 hours on the most beautiful places to see in Budapest! And Esther has no shortage of anecdotes about the Magyar capital and has always been ready to answer our questions with professionalism and enthusiasm. We highly recommend this visit !!!

Dinnes and Adam the driver were fantastic. A very elegant tour that man can see all the important part of the beautiful city of Budapest.

We liked it very much!

Our tour guide was Peter - a very competent guide with a large, extensive knowledge. We really enjoyed the Budapest tour with him.

Highly recommended

great guide, responded to our wishes. The driver was very accommodating. a real must