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Budapest Day Trip from Vienna

1. Budapest Day Trip from Vienna

Experience the beautiful and historic city of Budapest with a day trip on a comfortable tour bus from Vienna. Take a comfortable ride through the plains of western Hungary to the city of Budapest, located on the scenic banks of the Danube River. Take an informative tour of the Buda and Pest districts, learning about their historical and cultural significance of the Hungarian capital along the way. Admire the most famous sights of the city, such as the majestic Buda Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and symbol of the city. See the Hungarian Parliament Building, inspired by the Palace of Westminster, Heroes’ Square, St. Stephen's Basilica, and Matthias Church. Enjoy a visit to Margaret Island as you learn the meanings of these diverse sights from your tour guide. End by returning to Vienna for drop-off at your hotel.

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.

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What people are saying about Margaret Island

Judit is a local guide in Budapest who showed us the beauty and history of the city. She is excellent hence we are going for another visit this year.. The team ( apologies ,the mames slipped my mind )who brought us to Budapest are professionals , friendly and approchable. They ensure that we are comfortable in the van and stops for breaks are planned and timely. we had a wonderful time and brought home loasds photos despite the weather

Cristina, the guide who accompanied us on the round trip from Vienna to Budapest, has been fantastic. He has given us a lot of information throughout the whole trip and I have really enjoyed it a lot. Then the capital of Hungary has enchanted me and the local guide has also been very good with all the information he has provided us. The excursion is highly recommended for those who want to know that beautiful city!

Nice excursion. The Budapest guide is very professional and knowledgeable about her subject. Showed broad command of both languages (Spanish and English) and good treatment.

Long day but worth it, Budapest is really a beautiful city, will visit it again. Our tour guide from Vienna and from Budapest were really great.

Very well organized and very knowledgeable and kind guides