Best of Budapest Tour2018-07-24T09:52:47+00:00

Best of Budapest Tour

What you get

Duration: 4 hours
Tour type: walking tour (and public transportation – when it is possible)
Group size: up to 5
What we see: all must see sights; Andrássy Avenue, Opera House (from outside), Heroes’ square, Saint Stephen’s Basilica, Chain Bridge, panoramic view of Buda side, Danube Promenade, Castle Hill, Matthias’ Church, Fisherman’s Bastion, Parliament building (from a distance)

Price: 120 €

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Tour Description

Thousands years of history, spectacular buildings, breathtaking views. Take in one of Europe’s great cultural capitals. Over the last few decades, Budapest has reemerged as one of the continent’s iconic cities, divided by the lilting Danube and connected by the graceful Chain Bridge.

Meet your guide at your hotel for a tour, beginning in modern Pest.

Walk along the elegant Andrássy Avenue, the Champs-Élysées of Budapest, lear about history on Heroes’ Square, a wide-open plaza of monuments and statues commemorating the Magyar state.

Across the river, explore the more traditional Buda side of the city. Here you will visit the Castle District with Fishermen’s Bastion and Matthias Church, named for the country’s most popular medieval king.

From the heights of Buda Hill, enjoy World Heritage fantastic views of the famous Chain Bridge, the first span to ever connect the two halves of the city when it opened in 1849.


Customer reviews

“We really enjoyed your tour and you were the best guide we have ever had in 20 years of sightseeing in Europe. Many thanks!”
Rod Laird
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
”I wanted to say thank you SO much for the tours! I’ve been told on two separate occasions how good the tours were and that you were great and the boys were really engaged and interested in what you were telling them!
(I know this is no easy task with young boys!!)
So thank you again and well done! They said it really made the trip to Hungary!”
Westminster Cathedral Choir
”Aniko (Annie), a tiny little Hungarian whirlwind, had everyone captivated with her storytelling skills delivered with a very strong sense of humor and perfect timing on punchlines!”