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Budapest: Private Eco Sightseeing Tour by Electric Car

Product ID: 382019
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Hungary closed its borders for internationals (except for Czech, Polish and Slovak citizens) starting from Tuesday, September 1, with some exemptions such as for diplomatic visits and other emergency cases. The entry ban will remain effective till at least 1st October 2020.
Discover Budapest in an eco-responsible way, by touring its highlights in an electric car with a private guide. Explore market halls, castles, parks, and main avenues, and take in spectacular views of the city on this 3.5-hour morning or afternoon tour.
About this activity
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Duration: 3.5 hours
Starting times 9:30 AM, 1:00 PM
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Live tour guide
English, German

Pickup included

From your hotel in Budapest

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  • Get acquainted with the most famous sights in Budapest
  • Do your part to protect the environment by traveling in an electric car
  • Learn about the interesting and stormy history of the Magyars and of Budapest
  • Get tips and recommendations for the rest of your stay
Full description
On this eco-friendly half-day tour, visit the highlights of Budapest in a Nissan Leaf (or similar), the perfect way to get around the city without harming the environment. 

Your first stop will be to the vibrant Central Market Hall, where you can taste a few Hungarian delicacies. For the brave, try a shot of the famous Hungarian pálinka. On your way to see the beautiful art nouveau St. Gellert Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool, you’ll pass by the third oldest bridge in Budapest, called Liberty Bridge. 

Next, drive up to the Citadel and marvel at the spectacular views of Budapest. Stop in the castle district to visit the area of the city that was once the heart of the Hungarian Kingdom. Colorful buildings, walls that have seen uprisings and world wars: a real time traveling experience. 

Then, admire the massive Hungarian Parliament Building, the third largest Parliament building in the world. Stop at Szabadsag Square, in a neighborhood known as the “Paris of the East”. Pass by a must-see: the House of Hungarian Art Nouveau. 

Continue on to see Szechenyi Chain Bridge, City Park, Szechenyi Bath, and the Budapest Zoo. Finally, admire the elegance of Andrassy Avenue, lined by the Opera House, the House of Terror, and several other elegant houses. If desired, you can end your tour with a visit to Lehel Market Hall, a bustling local market.
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Private guide
What’s Not Included
  • Food
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments

From £124.60 per person

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Product ID: 382019