Price: From 85€/2 participants; Contact us for an exact quote!
Meeting point: to be determined based on tour;
hotel pickup is possible.
Booking deadline: We’re quite flexible and will always try to accommodate you even on the shortest notice, however please give us 48 hours answering time!
Length: 2.5-3 hours (~3.5km)
No tours: Dec.24, Dec.25, Dec26, Jan.01.
GRAND BUDAPEST TOUR
A comprehensive 4-4.5 hour long sightseeing tour of Budapest. We recommend it to those spending just a short time in the Hungarian capital, willing to explore most of the basic sights, history, cuisine and Hungarian culture. Main sights on the tour: Heroes’ Square – City Park – Széchenyi Baths – St. Stephen’s Basilica – Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Chain Bridge – Castle District – Royal Palace – Matthias Church – Fishermen’s Bastion
COMMUNIST & POST COMMUNIST BUDAPEST
With optional visit to Terror House Museum
Personal and realistic insight into what life in Hungary was like under Communism and what has happened since it ended in 1989. This tour also provides an interesting first-hand account of life of the pre and post Iron Curtain era and helps to understand the local way of living and you can see the city from a non-touristic viewpoint.
PAST & PRESENT OF THE JEWISH DISTRICT
The tour covers the history of the largest synagogue in Europe, leads through the cemetery and the memorial garden, as well as other precious places of worship and the hidden Jewish symbols of the neighbourhood. We explain the complicated history of both the district itself and the Jewish people in Hungary.
STREET ART & URBAN BUDAPEST
This walking tour is a fascinating insight into street and urban art of the multicultural Jewish Quarter. Since the early 2010’s various firewalls (or also called partition walls) have become canvas for artists in a project called Firewall Rehabilitation making huge, grey and empty walls more colourful. During this easy walk we introduce you the artistic face of the Jewish quarter and we spice it up with history as well while looking at these beautifully painted murals.
With gastronomic delights off the tourist path
Traditional Hungarian dishes are primarily based on meat, seasonal vegetables, fruits, fresh bread, dairy products and cheese. This walking and tasting tour is a great opportunity for everyone to explore Budapest in a culinary way and off the tourist track. Tour includes tasting and samplings along the way. Vegetarians are also welcome.
SWEET SHOP BUDAPEST
Atmosphere of the Austro-Hungarian era and its typical pastries
A downtown Pest stroll, focusing on historical cafés and the atmosphere of the Austro-Hungarian era and its typical pastries. With the help of your sweet toothed guides you can remedy any shortage of Hungarian pastry knowledge and culinary history of the Habsburg Monarchy. The tour includes visiting downtown cafés with coffee and 2 cakes.
ART NOUVEAU BUDAPEST
Beauties of the Belle Epoque
Despite the WWII damages we can still see around 1000 Art Nouveau buildings in Budapest. We chose the ones we found the most enchanting. You will see peacocks, owls, squirrels, flowers, stained-glass triptych, mosaics in buildings designed by famous Hungarian architects. This “edutaining” walking tour is suitable for all levels and is great for anyone who wants to explore unknown and fascinating Budapest Art Nouveau sights. Tour includes a coffee of your choice.