Our daily tours in Budapest

Budapest  City Tour

Find all the most significant sights in Budapest during a 3-hour city visit. Let us show you the primary attractions on the two sides of the River Danube. Stroll around the Castle District, appreciate the view from the Citadel, and see the top attractions of Pest.

Highlights:

  • Gellért Hill: Spectacular view of Budapest

  • Guided walking tour in the Castle District

  • Andrássy Avenue, the Hungarian Champs-Elysées

Availability: daily at 10.00 and 14.30 CET

Duration: 3 hours

Included: professional tour guide, air-conditioned vehicle

Not included:  hotel pick up & drop off, entrance fees, tips

Price per person

EUR 25

Danube river Tour

Make some wonderful memories and appreciate a 1-hour long touring voyage on the waterway Danube. See the two sides of Budapest from the vessel and find out about the sights and the historical backdrop of Budapest.

Highlights:

  • Enjoying the nice panorama from the boat

  • Sailing under the historical bridges of Budapest

Availability

Duration: 1 hour

Included: audio guide in 30 languages, 1 drink of your choice, free WiFi onboard

Not included: hotel pick up, hotel drop off

Price per person

EUR 14

Budapest by night

Visit the enlightened 'Paris of the East' and go through a vital night at a conventional eatery. Appreciate the society move appear, tramp music, and scrumptious dishes. After supper, enjoy the breathtaking sights from the highest point of the Gellért Hill.

Highlights:

  • Colorful folklore show with dancers (dressed in folk costumes)

  • Typical Hungarian dinner, wine, and water

  • Fascinating view from the Gellért Hill to the city’s illuminated sights

Availability: April - October: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 19.00
November, December, March: Friday, Saturday: 19.00

Duration: 4 hours

Inclusions: free hotel pick up at 18.30, free hotel drop-off, professional tour guide, air-conditioned vehicle, dinner (three-course menu), wine, water

Exclusions: tips, extra drinks

Price per person

EUR 62

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Eat like a Hungarian

Find Hungarian cooking with 8 unique tastings of real delicious claims to fame during a guided strolling visit through the core of downtown Pest and the Jewish Quarter.

Highlights:

  • Belvárosi Piac (Downtown Market) - Butcher shop

  • 'Kolbász & Hurka' (sausages & pickled vegetables)

  • 'Kürtőskalács' (a sweet dough Chimney cake covered in sugar)

  • 'Flódni' (Hungarian Jewish cake with 4 different fillings)

Availability: April – October: Monday, Thursday, Friday: 14.00; November – March: Friday: 14.00

Duration: 3.5 hours

Inclusions: professional tour guide, all samples

Exclusions: hotel pick up & drop off, tips

Price per person:

EUR 55

Budapest on a bicycle

Why rebuff your feet strolling?! There is no better method to see the sights and become familiar with the historical backdrop of Budapest than by joining a bicycle visit. Go through a loosening up day visiting the two sides of the Danube with a little gathering and get arranged with the best of what the city offers.

Highlights:

  • Discover Budapest on two wheels

  • Small-group tour

  • Several photo stops during the tour

Availability: daily at 11.00 

Duration: 3 hours

Included: professional tour guide, city bike

helmet & safety vest, 1 drink

Not included: hotel pick up & drop off, entrance fees, tips

Price per person:

EUR 22

Trabant ride (private tour)

Have you found out about the Trabant Car, however never attempted? Take a full breath and travel back in time. Appreciate the solace of a Trabant and feel how Hungarians voyaged a couple of decades prior. Book your Trabant Tour and mess around with us.

Highlights: 

  • Great stories about the Communist Hungary

  • Opportunity to drive the Trabant

Some facts about the Trabant cars

  • Trabant cars were manufactured in Zwickau (former East Germany).

  • Trabant 601 was produced for nearly 30 years (1963-1991) with almost no significant changes.

  • During this long production run 2.818.547 Trabant 601s were produced overall and it was the most common vehicle in former East Germany.

  • The body of the car is made of duroplast (recycled material, cotton waste, and phenol resins)

  • Trabant cars have a 2-stroke engine (26 horsepower from a 600 cc displacement)

  • It takes 21 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h

Price per person:

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