It is not December yet, but our biggest and some smaller Christmas markets in Budapest have already opened their gates to visitors. If you are one of the those who cannot wait this part of the year when the smell of hot wine, chocolate and gingerbread flies across the whole city, you will be at the right place if you come to Vörösmarty square (the meeting point of our free walking tours) where the main Christmas market of Budapest has started. This one has been organized every year since 1998 and has become the favourite of thousands of us Hungarians and travellers, too.
From the 10 th of November until the 28 th of December you can find the Crafts Market open and from the same date until the 31 st of December you can fill you belly with delicious Hungarian (and non-Hungarian) food and sweets. At the Crafts Market Hungarian artists, designers, tailors, blacksmiths and so on sell their hand-made products, so do not miss it!
The Market on Vörösmarty square makes it a little harder to get to our meeting point, but you can find us every day at the set times next to the building of the Gerbeaud café, next to the stage and the Lion fountain. Before our free walking tours start, you can always find our guides in their royal blue jackets on the square. Come join us, do your Budapest sightseeing with our lovely guides!
If you are in Budapest in August, more specifically on the 20th, you might wonder what Hungarian people celebrate on this day… find it our from our blog article!
Our beloved, but sometimes boiling hot summer has arrived. Doing your Budapest sightseeing on our free walking tours is great, but after the tours you sure want to cool down somewhere, so let’s see some of the best beaches in Budapest where you can relax, have a drink, a bite and a good time.
It’s never early enough to start planning your summer. If you’re planning to visit Hungary and Budapest during this beautiful and warm season, you definitely shouldn’t miss some of our summer festivals! Let us introduce you to some of them. Continue reading
It’s that time of the year again when the Easter Bunny comes to visit us. But Easter is so much more than this in Hungary as well, let’s see what traditions we follow and what kind of food we eat during this spring holiday! Continue reading
In our previous article we started listing things to do in Budapest during this lovely spring and we still haven’t run out of recommendations. The Budapest Spring Festival is in full swing, moreover garden bars and open air street food places are waking up from their winter hibernation. Continue reading
So spring is upon us, the Danube is no longer frozen over, the flowers are blooming and the sun is a bit less shy than in the previous months. You surely want to go outside and enjoy the nice weather as well! But what are the best spots for your next sunshine walk or afternoon picnic in Budapest, you might ask? Look no further, here is a list of great spots you should definitely enjoy during this spring! Continue reading
If you only have a few days to visit a city, it is often difficult to choose between different sightseeing tours. Budapest is no different, offering lots of quality tours and entertainment options all year round – so here we are to help! We have put together a handy little guide to help you decide whether our walking tours are a good choice for you… and we trust they will be! Below you can find the main pros and cons of choosing a walking tour to see Budapest. Continue reading
After the mild winters of the last few years, the beginning of 2017 was a big surprise to everyone living in or visiting Budapest. Locals enjoyed the nostalgia of seeing the city covered in snow, and visitors often imagined they went too far and arrived in Syberia. The spectacular view of the frozen city inspired many photographers as well. Here are some of the highlights of this winter’s glacial views of Budapest!
So you are an avid fan of sightseeing and walking tours, and you just arrived to Budapest. Naturally, the first thing you do is find out about the different kinds of walking tours that go around the city. After all, that is how you stumbled upon this site!
When visiting a city as large as Budapest, the first thing that comes to the mind of any experienced traveler is making a list of must-see locations. Fortunately as you may already know, Budapest is divided in two parts by the Danube, Buda and Pest, making it easier for you to group your plans by location. This article will detail some of the top sights that you should visit on the Buda side of the city.
Dear Budapest visitors,
Here is our seasonal gift to all of you:
a little guide to the life and tours in Budapest during the holidays! Here you can find out if our tours start on a specific date, when to visit your favourite attraction, at what time
museums, baths and theatres will close, and other useful information such as the opening hours of food stores or the operating hours of public transportation.
Starting from now, our website will be home to a blog section. During our long history of operation in Budapest, we believe we have acquired a specific perspective on this city, its history and the life of its citizens, and we would like to share these insights with you. In here, you will find monthly articles about our tours, activities and the history, sights and points of interest in the city of Budapest.