Liberty Statue, Budapest

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Budapest: Guided Bike Tour

1. Budapest: Guided Bike Tour

There is no easier way to explore Budapest than this guided English bicycle tour. Ride down to Duna Corso, the Chain Bridge and climb the Castle District to enjoy the view and travel back in time. Descend to the Danube to ride along the river and chill out on the Margaret Island before visiting the House of Parliament, Freedom Square and St. Stephen’s Basilica. After a trip on Andrássy avenue, seeing the Opera house and the House of Terror on the way, the tour reaches the Heroes square and City Park before returning back to the office.

Budapest Full-Day Private Guide Services

2. Budapest Full-Day Private Guide Services

Book a private guide in Budapest and see the sights you want to see. Suitable for everyone, from individual travellers to coach parties, tours can explore the classic sites of the city, or be themed around subjects from Hungarian history to culture, gastronomy, adventure, and even programs designed especially for ladies. A guide will assist you to get the most out of your day. For first-time visitors, a Budapest highlights tour can include all or some of the historic monuments of Liberty Square, the Citadella, Buda Castle, Heroes’ Square and Café Gerbaud. Alternatively, concentrate on a specific area, such as the 13th-century Castle District or the Great Market Hall. Theme your tour based on Hungarian cuisine, or life behind the Iron Curtain. Learn how to capture the monuments using your digital camera, or visit one of the city’s thermal spas. Guides speak English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Hungarian, and on request can also be arranged in Polish, Russian and Czech. They specializes in incentive tours for business and leisure travelers, and can put together a full-day itinerary based on culture, wine, soft adventure, and more.

Budapest’s Gellért Hill: Self-Guided Game and City Tour

3. Budapest’s Gellért Hill: Self-Guided Game and City Tour

Solve riddles via a web app in your phone’s browser – and discover Budapest's Gellért Hill in a whole new way with this unique interactive activity. The game involves solving 15 ingenious puzzles while learning secret stories on the side. Each riddle takes you from one undiscovered location to the next. You’ll unlock local recommendations and fun facts – including facts some locals don't even know. Learn why Gellért Hill is a must-see for anyone visiting the Hungarian capital, with stunning views over the Danube and many historical buildings. Come across modern street art and classical masterpieces, and explore local parks, the Philosopher’s Garden, Liberty Statue, Cave Church, Gellért Hotel and Bath. This game is suitable for friends, couples, professional teams and families with kids. The tour is self-guided so you can enjoy it at your own pace.

Budapest in a Day Private Luxury Sightseeing Tour

4. Budapest in a Day Private Luxury Sightseeing Tour

Take a fascinating full-day tour of Hungary’s capital city, and see all the sights that make Budapest so famous. Visit UNESCO World Heritage monuments, and discover hidden treasures on a tailor-made trip by luxury Mercedes or Audi vehicle. Following a pick-up from your hotel or private residence, explore the history and culture of the city through the eyes of a local guide. Go in search of hidden gems, alongside world-famous attractions, such as Heroes’ Square. Hear stories from Budapest’s tumultuous history, and experience the pleasant atmosphere of its beautiful parks. Go to Szechenyi Baths to marvel at Europe’s largest medicinal baths, and explore picturesque Vajdahunyad Castle. See the opulent State Opera House, and the splendid façade of St. Stephen’s Basilica. Ascend Castle Hill to look at the 700-year-old Matthias Church. Then, enjoy panoramic views from the terrace and towers of the Fisherman’s Bastion. Get a spectacular panorama of the River Danube and the Pest side at the summit of Gellert Hill. Learn the legend of Bishop Gellért, and the history of the citadel and Statue of Liberty. Transfer back to the city center to visit the largest indoor market in Budapest. Along the way, enjoy a traditional lunch, and some free time to shop. In the afternoon, explore the Jewish Quarter to see Europe’s largest synagogue. Then, transfer back to your hotel in style.

Budapest: Half-Day Highlights Small Group Private Tour

5. 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.

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What people are saying about Liberty Statue, Budapest

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 74 reviews

The best experience to enjoy in Budapest. The tour guide (Etele) was so friendly and funny that made the tour to be so enjoyable. Generally it is a nice and an alternative way to see Budapest. Don't miss it!

This was a great way to get your bearings in Budapest. On a cold day, there were only two of us on the ride so we had tour guide, Andy, to ourselves. Highly recommended.

Biking was a pleasant way to experience otherwise quite distant sights of the city. The guide ET was friendly and well informed, the ride safe and refreshing.

Lovely tour, really interesting and our tour guide David was great at answering questions. There were only two of us on the tour and we used electric bikes.

Our guide was very passionate about the history of Budapest.