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  • Danube Bend & Szentendre with Lunch: Day Tour from Budapest

    1. Danube Bend & Szentendre with Lunch: Day Tour from Budapest

    This full day tour of the mighty Danube is ideal for people who want to combine history with nature and would like to enjoy some of the most beautiful countryside in Hungary. You will see historic monuments and art memorials while your guide provides a lively narrative of Hungarian life. You will visit the 750-year-old Royal Residence at Visegrád where you will learn about life in the Middle Ages while enjoying spectacular views of the Danube Valley. At Esztergom, the northern gate of Budapest, you will pause at the largest cathedral in the country and see the burial sites of famous cardinals as you gaze across the water towards Slovakia. Cross the river and border into Slovakia to see the stunning view from the opposite side.  You will stop at an artists' village in Szentendre, a baroque city located where the Danube River meets the Pilis Mountains. Wander the narrow streets to soak ...

    A very nice trip with breathtaking views. Definitely worth its price. Travelling was comfortable in a small group with a friendly tour leader. The lunch included is very good and at a great location!

  • Budapest: 1.5-Hour Fun Segway Sightseeing

    2. Budapest: 1.5-Hour Fun Segway Sightseeing

    Your 1.5-hour Downtown Segway Tour starts with a training session. Your experienced tour guide will help you get used to the Segway and how to control it. Get the hang of it, and set off exploring Downtown, the historic district of the city. See attractions like the Hungarian Parliament, St. Stephen Basilica, Liberty Square, the Hungarian State Opera, the Shoes on the Danube Memorial, the 'Central Park' of Budapest's Downtown - Erzsébet square, and Chain Bridge. Glide along the waterfront, have fun, and enjoy your speedy Segway, pausing to take in stunning views of the Buda Castle and Fisherman's Bastion as well as the Chain Bridge. Tour is a private tour to keep the experience intimate as you glide past each historical site, hearing entertaining anecdotes and facts about the history of Budapest. Your guide will give you plenty of photo-ops, stopping frequently at the most instagramabl...

    Really fun and seen loads of the city that would of taken us ages to see if we had walked

  • Grand Budapest Sightseeing Bike Tour

    3. Grand Budapest Sightseeing Bike Tour

    There is no easier way to explore a place other than on a cycling tour. The tours are guided in English by local guides, for whom it is a passion, to bring the city closer to its visitors. Ride down to Duna Corso, Chain Bridge, climb the Castle District to enjoy the view and travel back in time,  descend to the Danube to ride along the river, chill out on the Margaret Island, visit the House of Parliament, Freedom Square and St. Stephen’s Basilica. After a ride on the awesome Andrássy avenue, seeing the Opera house and the House of Terror on the way, you reach the Heroes square and the City Park, before going back to the office. The tour departs from the supplier office and finishes there too. 

    The tour guide was informative and entertaining. He also kept us safe on the roads and cycle paths. We saw many sites in 3 hours and learnt about their history. The other participants were friendly. Great way to overview Budapest and exercise at the same time.

  • Szentendre Half-Day Tour from Budapest

    4. Szentendre Half-Day Tour from Budapest

    Discover the artistic town of Szentendre (often referred to as the “Artists Village”) on a half-day tour of the Danube Bend. Following a pick-up from your hotel in Budapest city center, continue to Szentendre to experience the nostalgia of the “Artist’s Village.” Travel back in time as you walk through the baroque town center. Pop into souvenir shops, and discover restaurants, coffee shops, and art galleries in the many listed buildings. Feed your creative juices on streets beloved by artists since the 18th and 19th centuries. Then, climb aboard one of the scheduled public boats to cruise back to Budapest at leisure (May to September on weekends only). Disembark at the pier in Budapest city center for the end of the tour services. On weekdays and in winter, you'll return to Budapest by car.

    Guide very informative about sights and history. Too much walking for my husband but cute town to explore.

  • From Budapest: Szentendre Artists' Village Tour

    5. From Budapest: Szentendre Artists' Village Tour

    Take a break from bustling Budapest and visit the relaxed artists' village of Szentendre, north of the city. Take a look at the open-air exhibition featuring work by young Hungarian artists, then wander along the twisting, cobblestone alleys. Soak up the relaxing atmosphere in an outdoor café. Climb the nearby hill for stunning views of colorful rooftops nestled along the river. Marvel at life-sized marzipan sculptures in the Marzipan Museum. After a guided tour you will have the opportunity to visit other museums in the town, or bargain for souvenirs in the tiny boutique stores. At weekends during the summer season, between May 1 and September 30, you'll return to Budapest on the Danube by boat. During winter, you'll return to the city center of Budapest by bus.

  • Budapest: Live-Guided Castle District Segway Tour

    6. Budapest: Live-Guided Castle District Segway Tour

    Enjoy this 2-hour fully guided Budapest Castle District tour and see many of the city’s major attractions from the back of a unique, self-balancing vehicle. Your guide will provide you with a one-on-one training session, before you set off on the self-balancing Segway. You can enjoy touring in private groups, with a tour guide all of your own. Following your brief orientation, your tour will begin as you glide over to admire the views of the Fisherman's Bastion and Budapest Castle. You will traverse the Historic District, passing Liberty Square and the House of Parliament, before riding up to the scenic Buda Hill. From up here you can marvel at the Baroque architecture, while catching the aroma of traditional Hungarian "Kremshnit". You can then indulge in cake and a coffee at famous local cafe, before heading up to the highest point in Budapest of St. Matthias' Church.

    Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. The trip was interesting and we enjoyed the segways

  • Budapest: Hungarian Cuisine Tasting Program

    7. Budapest: Hungarian Cuisine Tasting Program

    Experience Hungarian cuisine beyond goulash, discover what ingredients locals buy for their dishes and what their tips and tricks are for using them with this program.  After meeting your expert local guide, set off on a journey of culinary exploration. Learn about the history of Hungarian cuisine in a central location and sample local delicacies, including charcuterie, artisan bread, spicy sauce and "sweet snails". Get to know about traditional and new-wave coffeehouses, street-food places, market halls and current trends in Hungarian gastronomy from your expert local guide.

    Lucia was an absolute wealth of information on Hungarian foods.. she is delightful and the 3 of us was totally enthralled at what she had to say. The tastings were great. We all felt we left with some good knowledge of Hungarian food

  • Full-Day Danube Bend Tour from Budapest with Lunch

    8. Full-Day Danube Bend Tour from Budapest with Lunch

    Your full-day journey into Hungarian history begins with a pick-up at your centrally located hotel in Budapest. Head out in the comfort of an air-conditioned coach, and start off by enjoying the remarkable city of Esztergom and the largest Catholic church in the country.  You’ll have time to enjoy a delicious 3-course before continue on to the magical artist’s village of Szentendre, where your guide will take you on a tour. During the course of the day, you’ll have the opportunity to see Esztergom from another perspective during a photo stop in Slovakia. At the end of the tour you’ll return to Budapest by boat, in the summer months on weekends, and by coach from October to April.

    I had a wonderful experience because I was the only one on the tour, and my guide Zoltan thoroughly educated me on the history of each region and ensured that I saw everything important and special.

  • Alternative Budapest Walking Tours

    9. Alternative Budapest Walking Tours

    Explore Budapest through its alternative cultures on a 3-hour small group walking tour of the sights and historical landmarks that other tours rarely show you. Go deeper into Budapest’s underground music, fashion and art scenes, and explore the present and future, rather than the past. Head away from the main tourist hangouts to explore Budapest's Jewish district, where the city’s alternative culture is kicking off. Just like East Berlin after the wall, Budapest's uncared for districts are becoming the places to be. Learn about, and visit, squats, cultural centers, abandoned synagogues and art galleries. Stop for a coffee or beer at an art and coffee collective, or a ruin bar-cum community center, bike workshop and analogue photography gallery!

    Cristian (sorry, I’m sure I’m spelling. It wrong ) was a wonderful guide. He took us through the history of the Jewish community of Budapest with some stops in the “street art” scene, local culture and politics, and how ruin bars played a major part in the revival of the entertainment district! If you’re ever in Budapest, even for just a few hours, this is definitely the activity you should be doing.

  • Budapest: Customized Private 4-Hour Walking Tour

    10. Budapest: Customized Private 4-Hour Walking Tour

    Discover Budapest on a flexible private walking tour that can be completely tailored to your interests. Spend a half-day with your personal guide, who will meet you at your Budapest hotel at an agreed time. You can see hidden gems as well as the most beautiful sights of the capital, such as Heroes’ Square. You might choose to hunt for antiques, learn about the city’s architecture, or head off on a gastronomic expedition. Hear about the tumultuous history of the city and the nation. Enjoy the pleasant atmosphere and the beautiful parks. See the amazing Szechenyi Bath and the picturesque Vajdahunyad Castle. Travel by the first subway line in continental Europe and stop at the gorgeous State Opera House to hear some interesting facts and stories about the building. Admire the splendid architecture St. Stephen's Basilica, the 2nd-largest church in Hungary. See the sights of Castle Hill, s...

    Eva our guide is a wonderful woman. The tour was amazing reach of so many informations she provided us that we wanted to write everything down. She is really like the perfect guide should be. Gentle, kind, emphatic, full of knowledge about the history and not only. It was a great experience thanks to her. We are really satisfied. Thank you Eva!

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What people are saying about Budapest

Overall rating

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based on 594 reviews

Cristian (sorry, I’m sure I’m spelling. It wrong ) was a wonderful guide. He took us through the history of the Jewish community of Budapest with some stops in the “street art” scene, local culture and politics, and how ruin bars played a major part in the revival of the entertainment district! If you’re ever in Budapest, even for just a few hours, this is definitely the activity you should be doing.

The tour guide was informative and entertaining. He also kept us safe on the roads and cycle paths. We saw many sites in 3 hours and learnt about their history. The other participants were friendly. Great way to overview Budapest and exercise at the same time.

The tour was very interesting for me. We went during a lot of beautiful and remarkable places in Budapest. The guide Eti was very kind and funny and I didn't feel how these 3 hours went. I really enjoyed the experience. Best regards from Bulgaria, Linda S.

Very good experience,. Our guide had a great knowledge of all of the tourist and historical issues about Buda. The tour is very well designed for any level of biker.

Riding our bikes around Budapeste was a great way to get an introduction to the city and sights highlights. Totally recommend it.