Budapest Sightseeing Tours

There are many different types of exploring Budapest for example you can take the classical Hop On Hop Off Bus tour or decide to go adventurous by Segway. You can also book a Danube cruise or even a helicopter flight to see Budapest from above. The classic Sightseeing Tour in Budapest is the half day tour by bus, you will see many sights, get all information you need and the rest of the day is for yourself.

Danube Cruise Budapest

Danube Cruise Budapest

A Budapest River Cruise is a fantastic way to see the city in a relaxed and convenient way. During daylight or at night, no matter the UNESCO World Heritage Site – the Banks of the Danube – will amaze you and give you a great opportunity to see Budapes in a special way.

Budapest Sightseeing Bus Tours


A Budapest Sightseeing Bus takes you around all important places in the inner city and brings you to the most famous sights in the capital of Hungary. It is a great way to experience the Budapest in 1 hour or in a full day, the way you want it.

1. Tip: Get the Budapest Card for many discounts and specials. (More Information)
2. Tip: For best value discover the city with the Hop On Hop Off Bus Tour (More Information)

Available Budapest Sightseeing Tours


Sunday Morning Hangover Tour through Budapest

See a new face of the ruin bars! You thought ruin bars are equal to nightlife? It is time we showed you that there is really more the ruinbars than just drinking beers in the coolest designed locations ever. We’ll show you the charming morning faces of these bars, where jazz plays softly in the background, you can browse antique and retro objects that conjure up the past. Join a tour with a real local insider and expert who will handpick the best programs for your Sunday. You can taste the delicious products of local gardeners on the farmers market. Yes, you have heard right, you can buy tomatoes on the same spot where you got tipsy a few hours before in the night. We will offer you exquisite coffee to charge you full of energy at one of the best coffee places in town. Chill out with us in the nicest gardens and courtyards, see the synagogues, discover the amazing new–wave street-food culture and get a glimpse on local…


Budapest Ruin Pub Tour

Visit the really legendary places and those tourists have never even heard of! This is not a pub crawl but a pleasant walk with a real insider where you chill out in and around these amazing bars.. Did you know that in Budapest ruin bars… … you can time travel into Hungary’s past with beers and wines? … you can buy artworks and homegrown vegetables? … you can understand the hungarian soul? Imagine Budapest in the early 2000s. Something is going on in the Jewish quarter: bars and cultural centres are opening in partially ruined buildings and courtyards. After a few years, they had an official name: Ruin Bars. After 10 years they have become an ultimate highlight in Budapest. Now they are the pulsating heart of Budapest, the gardens of creativity, cultural and civil hubs, the hidden artist caves, a mingle of everything what we love and what you will love about Budapest. Get to know the backstory of this incredibly interesting district with its former mostly Jewish inhabitants…


Wine Tasting & Danube Cruise in Budapest

A great opportunity to start the evening, spend a refreshing afternoon on board! Be the part of a special „wine tasting” cruise, relax in the company of the most famous Hungarian wine selections. Hungarian wine culture and hospitality are well known all around the world, join us and we show you why! The spectacular view of the always vibrant Budapest will make your cruise more memorable (The bank of the Danube is the part of UNESCO World heritage). During the trip you can taste 7 different type Hungarian wines from variant organic wineries includes the famous Tokaj wine! The cruise lasts 1 hour 30 minutes, and our bar on board is open for the purchase of further Hungarian wines, Tokaj wines /other beverages. Between two sips from two different wines we offer you scones to have the taste better. We guarantee all the ingredients for having a memorable time! Price Includes limited (8 cl) tasting from 7 different types of Hungarian wine. Wine list to taste: Tokaji Furmint Grand Selection…


Budapest Boat Party Cruise

Every Friday and Saturday you have the unique chance to join the Budapest Boat Party Cruise and combine a unique sightseeing experience with party, flirting, dancing and drinking. From 11 at night you will ship up and down the river Danube for 1,5 hours and view the UNESCO World Heritage protected “Banks of the Danube” by night while having drinks and dance on deck with friends and those who might be in future. This is an ideal party or tour to start into the vibrating Budapest Nightlife which kicks off after midnight only. It is magical to see the Danube shore by night and combining this with fun and party is even better. Included in the price is the regular ticket (12,49€) for the Party Cruise as well as one welcome drink but you can also purchase a “extra beverage ticket” which includes a voucher for extra 5.000HUF drinks for only 31,06€ which obliges you to drink all drinks from the bar during the 1,5 hours of the tour. After…


Cocktail & Beer Cruise Budapest

This Cocktail & Beer Cruise is a great opportunity to explore the city on a boat during a Budapest River Cruise while having some refreshing drinks with friends and maybe soon-to-be friends. Next to a selection of cocktails or a beer you will be offered a unique experience to explore the city from its center, the river Danube. The Banks of the Danube are a UNESCO World Heritage site so you will see a lot of great sights and attractions of Budapest during this cocktail & beer cruise. This cruise is a very good opportunity to start the evening and get in the mood for a long night out in the famous Budapest nightlife. The ticket includes either 2 cocktails of the list below or 3 pints of beer (0,5l) for the duration of the tour which lasts 1,5 hours. Of course you can order more drinks if the included cocktails or beer are not enough for you. Next to your drinks you will be served some snacks. The choice…


3 Hour Budapest Bus Tour

The 3 Hour Bus Tour through Budapest starts from the beautiful chain bridge and will first pass the Parliament building and cross the river Danube via the Margaret bridge to reach the Buda side. You will now drive up to the Castle District and stop for a short walk to visit the main attractions such as the Matthias Church, the Fishermen’s Bastion from which you will have a spectacular view over Budapest to take pictures. After hopping back on the bus you will be drive by bus back to the Pest side and cross the Elisabeth Bridge to watch the Central Market Hall, the The Synagogue (the second biggest Synagogue in Europe) and than reach the city park. Around the city park you will see the world famous Széchényi Baths, the Budapest Zoo and of course the iconic Heroes’ Square where you will stop to watch the statutes of the most famous Hungarian kinds and dukes. After getting back on the bus you will drive along the Andrássy út and…


Coffee Cruise on the Danube

The Coffee & Cruise tour along the Danube shore offers you a great opportunity to see the historical sights among the Danube including the Bank of the Danube which in itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within 1 relaxing hour accompanied with a cup of coffee, tea or a beverage you can enjoy the beauty of the capital of Hungary and the river Danube by daylight. Also you will be served little snacks to eat such as nachos chips, bread and dripping and bread with a Hungarian speciality – “Körözött”. This tour is a wonderful opportunity to spend an unforgettable day discovering Budapest and be on the fresh air. Of course if the weather is nice you will be able to sit on deck and have the perfect view on all the sights that are located among the Danube including all historical buildings, beautiful hotels, the Budapest bridges and the beautiful Margaret Island. Coffee Cruise Budapest Information The cruise starts at 12:00 and lasts for 1 hour. Coffee Cruise…


Symphony Concert with Cimbalom

A concert of the Danube Symphony Orchestra is an experience no music lover should miss when visiting Budapest. A symphonic orchestra accompanied by a traditional folk instrument is quite unusual outside of Hungary, but get a ticket for one of their concerts and you will hear Mozart, Liszt or Gershwin with a twist. The Danube Symphony Orchestra is accompanied by the cimbalom, or hammered dulcimer. Adding a folk instrument to classical favorites has a long tradition in Hungary, dating back to the 19th century. The Danube Symphony Orchestra was formed in 1961. Since then they have given many performances in Hungary and abroad. Their repertoire covers almost every musical style from Baroque music to the music of the 20th century. They perform the most famous classical melodies combined with a traditional Hungarian folk instrument, the cimbalom (hammered Dulcimer). It is a unique opportunity to hear the masterpieces of the great composers interpreted by a folk instrument and a symphonic orchestra in a way which can be enjoyed only in Hungary….

Grand Market Hall

Budapest Food & Wine Tour

The Hungarian cuisine is boiled down by stereotypes to Goulash Soup, Salami and Paprika but it has so much more to offer. To show you the diversity of the Hungarian kitchen the Budapest Food & Wine Tour is a perfect 3 hour program. During this program you will see the Central Market Hall, one of the most impressive market halls in Europe, and the products available in Hungary which are not only paprika, tomatoes and salamis. Afterwards be invited to a 5-tier wine tasting of great Hungarian wines, a 3 course menu cooked for you as well as an informative session about the secrets of the Hungarian kitchen and recipes that you can cook at home. What will happen on the Food & Wine Tour in Budapest? The Budapest Food and Wine Tour takes approximately 3 hours and consists of 6 major parts to inspire your mind and kill your hunger. You will get an 360 degree insight in the Hungarian cuisine which will make use of all your six…


Danube River Cruise & Dinner incl. Live Music

The Danube River Cruise takes you among the Budapest panorama which was added to the World Cultural Heritage List by UNESCO. On this Danube Cruise you will see why it is on the list, especially at night when the Danube banks are lid up. A magical and unforgettable tour is waiting for you! The River Danube is starting in Germany and ends in the Black Sea while flowing through several capitals and important cities on the way. So it does through the center of Budapest as well which offers you a perfect view on one of the most beautiful panoramas in Europe. Among this trip you will see many sights that make Budapest what it is today. What will I see during the Danube River Cruise? The Danube River Cruise takes you along the famous Gellért Hill with the Citadella on top, among the Buda Castle district with the Royal Castle, the Fishermen’s Bastion and the Matthias Church and on the other side you will see for example the Hungarian…


Fireworks on National Holiday (Watch from a Boat)

Watch the biggest fireworks show of the year from our ship! The 20th of August is a national holiday in Hungary. We are celebrating the foundation of the state, and our first christian king, st. Stephen. Also the holiday of the “new bread”. This is the bigges celebration in Hungary! We will take you on a 1,5-hour-long cruise on one of our air-conditioned ships. After dinner you can also admire the the biggest event of the year from the upper deck of the ship, in a real close-up. The meals are prepared by European, and world champion food sculptor, Attila Tanács, who is a true artist. He adds a creative touch to the already outstanding Hungarian and international cuisine served on our ships, placing emphasis on the harmony of color and form. The Menu during the National Holiday Fireworks Soups Alföld style goulash with soup noodles Tarragon vegetable soup with noodles Main courses Mini stuffed cabbage Meatballs in tomato sauce Turkey cutlets with vegetables in parsley sauce Csongrád style pork…


Retro Budapest Photo Trip

What do you learn during this tour? To look for touching details To create good inside photos To make close-ups To control depth of field To edit photos in Instagram or Facebook Features of this walk: We will walk through the busy city centre Flat surface, no stairs or steep streets Suitable for every experience level, also beginners without photography knowledge Suitable for all types of camera. Smartphone is nice for Instagram conversions, but also has its limitations. Think about shooting in darker situations and creating a blurry background. For these purposes a DSLR is much better. The choice is yours. Retro is trendy, in Budapest too! And the city is still (and again) packed with retro. Although there were many modernisations in the last decades, you can still find lovely retro elements from the sixties, seventies and eighties. Old buses, metro stations, buildings and details, such as shop windows and billboards, which have come unharmed from the 20th century, all over the place! But in addition you can also…


Different Perspective Photo Trip

What do you learn during this tour? To apply different composition rules To select an original perspective for your photo To choose the best light direction To get close or zoom in on your subject Features of this walk: Suitable for every level, even beginners without any photography knowledge Suitable for all camera types, including mobile phones Duration: around 3 hours. We´ll take it easy, take our time to make photos and to occasionally stop at a terrace or visit a shop. Steps and steep streets: you´ll need to be in good physical condition. Budapest has many sights, like the Castle district, the Danube with the different bridges, the parliament building and many more beautiful buildings in and around the city centre. But they are not easy to capture! A good photo is less dependent of the settings and the quality of the camera than you would think. It´s much more important how you look at your subject. You can make an interesting photo of a subject which has been photographed a…


Night Photo Trip “Stars and Light Trails”

What do you learn during this tour? To set your camera for night photos To determine the best photo moment To focus well in the dark To choose the correct exposure To create light trails, ´ghosts and stars in your photo To experiment with the settings in your camera to create different effects Features of this walk: No long distances, all subjects are quite close together Suitable for all levels, also beginners Not suitable for every camera type: manual setting of exposure time and aperture must be possible Budapest is known as the Paris of Central Europe. And that has a reason! Budapest has a lovely illuminated center, you´ll find attractively lit streets. But around the Danube it´s even more impressive: every night the Chain bridge, the Castle, the Fishermen´s bastion and the Parliament look like from a fairytale. Of course you can buy postcards with night photos of Budapest, but wouldn´t it be great to take these kind of photos home yourself?! To make night photos is actually not…


Back to the Roots Tour

Many descendants of emigrated Hungarians decide to visit each year the country of origin (Hungary and the neighboring states) of their parents, not just because searching for the roots of their family, places of birth, deaths and marriages but for the special cultural, historical and natural heritages… Before planning the “back to the roots” travel we recommend to research your roots – your country’s national archives is also a good starting point. You can then arm yourself with names, death and marriage certificates, immigration and electoral rolls, as well as towns of origin. Best of Hungary Tours can assist you by offering our best driving guides that can translate and assist you throughout the entire travel with great knowledge in history, stories and sites of interest. We gladly organize your accommodation and programs to make your back to the roots travel to a memorable, special, life-long experience. We prepare for you a tailor-made itinerary according to your requirements. All you need to do is to give us the coordinates and…


Pedal Bar – Drink & Ride in Budapest

How could you discover the streets of Budapest in a different way? Get some friends, a lot of beer, cool music, and the Pedal Bar! Pedal Bar provides a unique way of discovering Budapest. Renting this special bike gives an unforgettable experience to their traveler. During the two hour trip down the Andrássy Avenue we will serve ice cold beer and trendy music or your own playlist from a USB pendrive. Our driver takes care of your safety and pleasant trip. As an extra service (for no charge) we can provide a television on board, which can be useful to play your own videos or music during a stag or birthday party. As the night comes our special led lights will enhance the party atmosphere. Images from the Pedal Bar About the Pedal Bar trip: Pedal Bar always starts and finishes its route from: Budapest, Nagy Diófa street 8, next to Grandio Hostel and Bar. During the trip you’ll see several monuments like the: Synagogue, Opera house, Heroes’ Square, Oktogon,…


Delicatessen Tour through Budapest

Are you a traveler who always – besides the main sights – discovers the destination through its culinary life? Then this is YOUR TRIP! The tour goes through four stages of “picks and bites” as to let you taste as much of the Hungarian specialties as you can take. Besides this, your underguide leads you from one exciting, famous and hidden place of the city to the next. The main stages: Central Market Hall: Have you ever tasted the Lángos with a local drink? (scone with garlic and sour cream) Stuffed cabbage? ‘Winter salami’ with our sweet yellow-green fresh paprika? Did you know that we eat lot of pickles made out of every possible vegetable? Do you know how zsömle or kifli – the basic local sandwich bread types – looks and tastes? A famous Ruin Bar (Jewish district): we will taste Unicum or Pálinka, wash it down with a fröccs (like spritzer), beer or the good old grape-based soft drink: Traubisoda; and taste the most surprising local snacks: zsíroskenyér…


Budapest GoLocal Tour

Visit places you would have never seen without your underguide. Sick of the usual, predictable sightseeing tours? Budapest Underguide offers unique tours in a completely different way. The ethos? To show you Budapest, through the eyes of a local! All of the Underguides are locals with a passion for travel, and each tour is completely tailor made to suit your interests. If you love architecture, they bring you to the most inspirational architectural sights the city has to offer! Art is your passion? Lets check out some galleries and museums… The UNDERGUIDE’s goal is to make you travel like you have always wanted: not only visiting your destination but also diving into the local culture in a way that interests you most. In the company of your underguide, besides the must-see sights – the Palace district, the Basilica, the old Jewish district, the Andrássy avenue (the Hungarian Champs Elysée), the Budapest Soho, the Opera House, the Millennium Underground, the Heroes’ Square, etc. – you will discover a slice of the…


Budapest Design Tour

Join us for this vivid sightseeing tour and experience design culture in historic Budapest! Get involved in creating design objects while discovering the pivotal role a professional designer plays in business and society in this vibrant city. The tour takes you to hidden shops with pieces of contemporary applied art while walking around in the Budapest’s „design district.” We will guide you to discover different architectural styles and contemporary art objects from furniture to fashion. You will have the chance to buy unique designer gifts in the shop we visit at a discounted price – a truly individual gift to take home. Images from the Tour Design Tour Information: The meeting point is Astoria Hotel entrance at 10:15 every Saturday from April If you are interested call Boglarka Tóth: +36 20 444 3795 or drop a line to: You can book the tour online as well via Facebook. ← → x × Previous Next This post is also available in: German


Weekend Trip Budapest – This is how I would do it!

A lot of people are coming to Budapest for a weekend trip instead for en entire week which these days is easily affordable due to cheap flights and budget hotels. A flight from any European metropolis can be available from 20 Euro per person plus taxes but are averaged at around 100 Euro per person for a round trip. You can find all cheap airlines flying to Budapest here. A hotel can be booked for 20 Euro per night or even below depending on the standard you are expecting. Here are 3 city center hotels in Budapest under 50 Euro per night: Art Otel Novotel Hotel Danube Royal Park Boutique Hotel Now once you have done your flight and hotel booking and are set to go you need to decide what is the purpose of your trip. Is it rather sightseeing? Clubbing? A stag weekend? Or just some days off relaxing, maybe in one of the beautiful Budapest Baths? You might want to get a Budapest Card before coming to…


Hop On Hop Off Budapest

The Hop On Hop Off Bus in Budapest is one of the best combinations of sightseeing and public transport. After buying the 24 or 48 hours ticket you are obliged to take any of the 3 lines (one of them is a boat) on their route at any time, wherever you are. That means you can take it to get from one place to the other or just sit inside and get your sightseeing Tour by Bus. Best however is the combination of both. You can get on the bus to start your city tour and if there is a sights that you consider to be interesting you hop off and visit the sight. After you had a look or guided tour e.g. in the Budapest Parliament you go back to the bus stop and carry on with your tour. In this way you can easily spend the entire day seeing all the poplar and important places in Budapest while hving a comfortable ride in between with audio guide along….


Half Day Budapest Sightseeing Tour

The Half Day Budapest Sightseeing Tour gives you the perfect possibility to see the major sights of Budapest in a comfortable way within 3 hours. This tour is perfect for all first time visitors to get an overview of the city and its most famous sights. You have the chance to choose between 3 departure times in summer 10.00 a.m., 11.00 a.m., 2.30 p.m. and 2 departure times in winter 10.00 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. so you can book whenever you feel like having a half day sightseeing trip. Included in this tour is also a hotel pickup, the return is at Hotel Inter-Continental in the city center of Budapest. This tour is available in English as well as other languages. This trip gives you a good opportunity to get a great overview over the city. What you will see on the Half Day Budapest Sightseeing Tour On this tour you will visit both sides of Budapest, the Buda side and the Pest side. On Buda you will see the…


Budapest City Walking Tour

If you are planning to visit Budapest for the first time, attending this tour is a perfect choice. The tour includes a 3.5 hours long walking tour leaded by a professional, English-speaking guide, and the tickets for public transport. The price is available from 8,50 euros and the departure is at 10:30 am. The tour begins with a walk around Heroes Square, then the group will go in the City Park, which is nearby the square. In this park you’ll see the Vajdahunyad Castle, a nice monument, built for the World Expo in 1896. After you’ll have a look at Széchenyi bath, which is the first spa of the city. Then your way goes back to the city center, by metro, where you are going to visit St. Stephen’s Basilica. The next stop of the tour is Ferenciek square, where you’ll get on foot. Then walk along the Váci Street, which is an elegant mall, and starts just from the square. Walking on the bank of the Danube, you have…

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Budapest Parliament Tour

The Budapest Parliament stands by the Danube, on the Pest side, on the Kossuth square. In Hungarian, the monument is also called Országház (the house of the country). It’s a beautiful white building, covered with limestone. In 1882 they announced a competition for plans about the Parliament building, it was Imre Steindl, teacher of the University of Architecture who won the competition, so the edifice was built according to his plans. The building is of an eclectic style but the neo-Gothic style is predominant. In 1902, when they finished the works, the Hungarian Parliament was the biggest parliamentary building in Europe, nowadays it’s still the biggest building of Hungary. The crowning treasure is placed in the Parliament: except the crowning mantle, all the objects that were used at the crowning ceremony are exhibited here. The most famous of them is probably the Saint Crown. If you participate in the tour to visit the Parliament, you will be escorted by a guide. There is a tour from 9:30 am during the…


Jewish Budapest Sightseeing Tour

This 3 hour long tour aims to present the traces of Jewish culture in Budapest. The departure time is10:00 am, but you should be ready at 9:30 am, because the hotel pickups start prior to the beginning of the trip. The tour starts with a drive along the Danube river. You’ll stop at St. Stephen’s park, to visit the World War II. Victims’ memorial. Then you’ll visit the Dohány Street Synagogue, which is the second biggest synagogue in the World. This building takes place in New Leopold town (a district of Budapest), which is the former middle class jewish district of Budapest. Your tour includes going to the Jewish garden, visiting the Jewish Museum, the Tree of Life, and the Temple of the Heroes as well. In the end of the tour there is a possibility to eat in a Kosher restaurant, trying traditional Jewish food, but this is optional, it’s not included in the price. The tour concludes at 1:00 pm, at the restaurant. This tour is available from…


Historical Revolution Walking Tour

This tour of 3 hours starts from Deák square, where you’ll meet your group, and your professional guide. The program starts with a short overview of the revolutions in the Hungarian history, in the last 200 years. The most important events were, the war of independence in 1848, where Hungarians fought against Habsburgs, the revolution of 1956, and the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989. First you will go to Szabadság square, to visit the Soviet Memorial. After, you will see the Parliament area, which was an important place in the story of the revolution of 1956, and also visit the Memorial of Imre Nagy, who was the prime minister of Hungary during this period. You will walk through the area, which used to be the Ghetto, during the Nazi occupation in the World War II. Visiting a fully furnished flat, showing how people used to live in the period of communism also makes part of the program. The departure time is 3:00 pm, and the tour takes about…


Budapest Photography Walking Tour

If you are fascinated about learning how to get the most out of a scene, this tour is for you. You will be escorted by a guide, who is a photographer too, and they will help you with taking pictures. The most important techniques to learn are: the rules of composition, lighting and exposure, how to provide everyday scenes with artistic values. You will also learn how to use the functions of your camera, so as to avoid the constant use of „auto mode”. The meeting point is on Batthyanyi square, in front of the church. The departure time is 9:30 am. Your way will lead along the bank of the Danube, where you will get a marvelous view of the Parliament. Next you’ll go to the Castle district, there are many protected monuments around. You’ll also see the residence of the Hungarian president, called Sándor Palace, and the National Gallery. Then you’ll descend from the hill, to go to the Taban district. The next stop is Gellért hill, where…


Budapest Night Walking Tour and River Cruise

Budapest shows a beautiful face at night. The important buildings are illuminated in a nice way, so a walk in the late hours is totally enjoyable. What’s more you’ll have the possibility to take wonderful pictures along the way. This program has two parts. The first is a two hour long walk, escorted by a professional, English-speaking guide, who will talk about Hungarian history, and tell interesting stories about the sights you’ll pass by. The second part of the tour is a one-hour river cruise along the Danube. On the boat you’ll receive a welcome drink and one more drink of choice. From the boat you will see both the Danube Promenade, on the Pest side, and the Castle District on the Buda side. The tour starts at 8:00 pm, but you should be at the meeting point at 7:45 pm. The meeting point is on Deák square, in front of the church. The tour will conclude at Astoria, where there is a metro station as well. The price of…


Folklore Show with Dinner & Cruise in Budapest

This evening programme takes place in one of the traditional restaurants in the Buda Hills. Before the meal you’ll recieve an aperitif. The dinner consists of three courses, and it is accompanied by wine, as Hungary is famous for its wines. After the dinner you’ll see a folkloric show of typical Hungarian music and dances. On your way back to the city, you will see the beautiful view of the illuminated city from the Castle Hill. This view of Budapest by night, with all the lights, is a really nice experience. At the end of the programme you can choose either to go back to your hotel, or to go in the Casino, where you’ll be provided with a voucher for free admission. The price of the evening is available from 56,88 euros. It includes pickup and drop off at your downtown hotel as well (after a previous accordation). The beginning of the dinner is at 7 pm, so the bus will pick you up before this time, and the…


Pub Crawl Budapest

Once in Budapest what you will definitely need to do is a Pub Crawl since Budapest is famous for it big variety of Pubs, cheap bear and hard shots. If you do it on your own or organized is up to you, the best is anyways if you know somebody in Budapest who knows the hot spots of the night to get some glasses of beer and a few spirits. If you go out in Budapest on a normal friday or saturday night in the summer time you find a lot of groups popping into the bar to grab a beer and move on. These groups are either stag parties or organized Pub Crawls that want to see as many Pubs in one night as possible and have a drink everywhere. Why a Pub Crawl? In Pub Crawls like this you see many different bars, beautiful girls and hear a lot of good music while having your glass of beer and moving on after a little while. Usually when getting…


Budapest Wine Tasting incl. lunch

This wine tasting tour in Budapest is perfect for all wine lovers and such with an interested in Hungarian wine and food culture. This is not a simple wine tasting in Budapest but you will also be offered a lunch. Hungarian wines (at least most of them) are really of good quality but fairly expensive. That is the result of small wineyards who don’t export wines and just offer it on the local market. To keep the quality up and the name good they ask for sometimes redicolous prices for a bottle of wine. If you take a normal bottle of medium quality red wine you will pay approximately 3 times as much as a same quality wine from France or Italy. Anyways this tour will give you a very good inside into Hungarian wine making culture and also the Hungarian traditional food. Next to the wines you will get offered a 3 course meal including the traditional Hungarian Goulash Soup. You will see how the food is made and…


Danube Bend Day Trip

The Danube Bend Day Trip, starting and ending in Budapest, is a perfect way to see Budapest, Visegrad, Esztergom and Szentendre from the Danube and enjoy the beauty of the Hungarian nature in a relaxing way. On this 10 hour tour you will visit the above mentioned cities and see the historical sights in each city and discover Hungary apart from just Budapest. During the way by boat you will get served a 3 course meal on the boat. Furthermore you will be picked up from your hotel and you don’t even have to pay entrance fees for sights in the city you visit. In Visegrad you will see the medieval citadel and romantic ruins of the former royal residence. In Esztergom the historical cathedral is waiting for you. After the lunch you will visit the artist city of Szentendre and its Baroque city center with a guided tour. Your tour will end on the Danube Bend in Budapest. What you will see on the Danube Bend Day Trip The…


Budapest Bike Tour

Event though I consider riding the bike in Budapest is a bit dangerous I think that a bike tour is the best way to see the city. A Budapest Bike Tour is the fastest way to see many sights plus you are on the fresh air and you even have some movement. So forget about your workout and book a Budapest Bike Tour instead of the traditional bus tours. By bus or car you are much slower than with a bike and if you stay on the bike lanes in the city (your guide will do so) there is no danger in riding the bike in Budapest. This tour includes a tour guide, the bikes as well as a helmet, a bag and a basket if you want. So when you book this tour you will be fully equipped and ready to go. What you will see on the Bike Tour through Budapest The tour starts either at 11:00 a.m. or 5:30 p.m. on Déak Ferenc Tér right in the…


Budapest Segway Tour

A Budapest Segway Tour is a good and exciting way to discover Budapest. For all of you who don’t know what a Segway is these are the fancy two wheel vehicles which you control with your body movement. In some cities you can see them used as a daily transport method and in some, such as Budapest, as a new way of sightseeing. Next to having the chance to see the city you will also have fun riding your Segway through Budapest City and for sure catching a lot of attention. This tour starts with a 30 minute training on how to use a Segway and how to handle it in the city. Don’t worry, you won’t go on the street but on the pedestrian walk. Now that you are ready to go and know how to use a Segway in Budapest the tour can start. What you will see on the Segway Tour in Budapest Depending on the tour and duration you book you will see some famous sights…

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Trabant Sightseeing in Budapest

You ever wanted to drive a Trabant? In Budapest you have the chance to rent a Trabant for a day and cruise through the city. If you plan a sightseeing trip or just a funny trip through the city this is the thing to do for you. Others go with a sightseeing bus or by foot to see the city, imagine you go with a Trabant on Andrassy to check out the city’s sights. The Trabant costs 70€ for one day plus gas you use because you should bring it back with a full tank. So it is not really expensive just you have plan the sightseeing trip yourself but you are free to choose what you want to see. If you plan to rent a Trabant please visit for more information and booking. ← → x × Previous Next This post is also available in: German


Sightseeing Flight over Budapest

Would you like to see Budapest from above and enjoy the historical and UNESCO world heritage sights from a bird eye perspective? Than take the chance wit ha wonderful sightseeing flight over Budapest. Tired of sightseeing by bus? Your feet hurt from walking through the city and climb to Castle district? Why don’t you take a plane over Budapest to do some sightseeing? It is an event at the same time. Budapest from the eyes of a bird is something special and wonderful that is being offered to you. You can see the city, the Danube, the Buda hills and a lot of other historical and UNESCO world heritage sights from a different view. If you say “I came by plane and saw it already” you are wrong. You can easily make out single Budapest sights and places from the plane. Images from the Sightseeing Flight in Budapest Watch the video of the flight Further Information Place of departure: Budaörs Airport Time of departure: Your decision Duration: ~30 minutes Pirce:…


Memento Park Budapest

After the communistic era Hungary (1946 to 1988) also got rid of their statues that the city was covered with. Marx and Stalin and other symbolic statues from all over the city where collected and built up again in a separate area which is now know as the Memento park, a statue park far outside the city center in the district Budafok in Southern Budapest. For easy access there is a bus starting at 11 a.m. from Deák tér (in July and August also at 3 p.m.) to Memento Park which including the ticket costs 4.500 HUF, regular entrance fee costs 1.500 HUF (1.000 HUF for students and Budapest Card holders). There are cheaper alternatives by Budapest public transport, details you can find here. Of course the easiest and most comfortable way to access memento Park in Budapest is by car. This outdoor museum with massive statues is a great activity for warm summer days but also enjoyable in the winter times and it is open from 10 a.m. till…

Trabant Rental in Budapest

Nostalgic tour in Budapest! You ever wanted to drive a Trabant? In Budapest you have the chance to rent a Trabant for a day and cruise through the city. If you plan a sightseeing trip or just a funny trip through the city this is the thing to do for you. Others go with a sightseeing bus or by foot to see the city, imagine you go with a Trabant on Andrassy to check out the city’s sights. ← → x × Previous Next This post is also available in: German


My daily Budapest sightseeing tour

Sometimes I think about how nice it is to live in a city where other people go on holiday. In the same moment I think about the people living next to the beach, they live where I make holidays. Anyways my daily way to work takes me along the Danube from north to south. No matter if by car or by bike I can see all sights among the Danube and there are some. So today I decided to take my camera with me which I planned all week but today finally I did and took pctures of the biggest sights in Budapest which I see every day. My private daily sightseeing tour in Budapest. As I live in the north part of the city on Pest side the first thing that I can see is Margit island. OK, Margit island is not really a sight but it is the green lung of Budapest. I could even go through Margit island but today I didn’t. The second thing which I…

A Budapest tour is a must since Budapest has so many sights to offer that you hardly can see them all if you stay for a weekend. Even in a week you will only be able to see the major sights and visit some of them to get a better view on the sights. Therefore a Budapest tour is the perfect choice because you get guided through the city, see all sights and all that most of the times from a comfortable seat in a bus.
But there are many ways to explore Budapest and its sights other than the typical bus sightseeing tour. For example you could go on a Segway Tour through Budapest which is a lot of fun but you will not see all sights. Another possibility is the tour by boat which is a very often booked way of discovering Budapest especially in the night to see the lights and buildings of the city in a rather romantic way. So whatever you are up to, an exciting tour or a relaxed and guided tour here you will find whatever you need and whatever you can get.
Lets get it started and have a look at some traditional, typical tours which are booked very often. These are probably the more relaxing tours were you get a lot of information in your language.