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Anita was a great guide who gave us lots of information about the beautiful city of Budapest. It was easy to get around by bike. By the end of the tour the guide gave us plenty of tips about where to eat, where to go when visiting Balaton etc! We would highly recommend this tour!
Just the 2 of us on this tour, so our personal attention from the guide was appreciated. The guide's English was impeccable and her company was lovely. The bike tour mostly includes bike paths separate from the roads. I would recommend this tour.
The tour operators all spoke very good English and were well organized with nice bikes for our use. The guide was very knowledgeable and the pace of the ride was very easy and pleasant for my wife to keep up with and enjoy. Really a fun way to see parts of the city that are close to the river. I would highly recommend doing this evening (5pm) ride.
Our guide was wonderful. The tour itself was a great introduction to Budapest. Would do it again.
Excellent, just as advertised and our tour guide went above and beyond! She was a true historian - delightful in her delivery, yet incredibly insightful. The tour was outstanding - HIGHLY recommended for anyone in Budapest ... suggest doing it in the first day or two to get a lay out of the city.
This was such a fun tour. The guide was well versed in Hungarian history, and he was able to give us the information in a very entertaining way. I would highly recommend this tour.
Great guide and great city. I would definitely use this company again if I get back to Budapest.
My husband and I just returned from our trip to Budapest and I must say that the bike tour was one of the highlights of our trip to this beautiful city! La'sllo' was our guide and what a fantastic job he did. He was knowledgeable and very considerate. Because of a knee injury, I had difficulty riding the bike up the hill to the castle district and elected to walk. La'sllo' did not make me feel uncomfortable about the delay. After taking the rest of the group up the hill, he returned to check on me and commented on how fast and well I was doing eliminating my embarrassment.
This tour comes with my highest recommendation.
Quite possibly one of the best bike tours I have been in a long time. It wasn't for the scenery but that was helping immensely, it was mostly the tour guide biker I had, Laszlo, who had a very funny, interesting and entertaining stories to tell about the history of Budapest and the people that lived in it. We started out on our way to Heroes Square and then to the city park and then to the Szechenyi Baths. Along the way, Laci was telling me various tales and tid-bits about the inhabitants of the city. My personal favorite was while we were at Heroes Square, he told us of the tale and the origins of the Hungarian people with its funny tid-bits. We passed by the City Zoo and also Terror Haza, which he shared his perspective of it during the communist period. Next we went for a light snake and rest from the biking with some spectacular Hungarian pastries. My personal favorite was the poppy seed strudel, which was quite delicious. During the meal, Laci went on about his theories about the origins of the Hungarian people and he shared with us a folks tale music with his flute!! So for the next ten minutes, he was playing a delicate song that has its origins from the first Hungarians that arrived to Europe from the east. It was a sad song but it trully humbled us. Being it was extremely hot outside, the cool wine cellar downstairs helped with the room temperature and making us quite comfortable. We next ventured to the Jewish Synagogue and also the Bazilika Church where he shared with us his stories again of the Hungarian people. The stories weren't controversial nor slanderous but just very interesting when one puts the various hypothesis together. There was comical stories about various people that lived in Budapest and their experiences and that was quite a laugh. The bike ride to the castle on the Buda side was fascinating and it was at a leisurely pace. All in all, I was just wanting to kill some time but this was quite possibly the greatest way to see BUDAPEST!
An excellent way of seeing the sights. Thought I may have had problems as I hadn't ridden a bike for many, many years, however, no problems at all! Thoroughly enjoyable! Would certainly do it again.
This was a fabulous tour, the it ended up just being myself and my mum... (ideal!) and our fantastic guide who was informative, really great fun, and we had four hours of tremendous culture, history, exercise and banter! My mum was really worried not having ridden a bike for a while and the fact she has arthritic knees, but she had need not worry! The free drink and hungry pastry tasting was amazing...we ended up with 6 pastries and they were awesome! We had such a great day, and i think cycling (i am slightly biased being a cycle instructor/coach!!!) is the only and best way to really experience a city. The bikes were of good standard and the city geared towards cyclists so really in a nutshell, you would be silly not to do this tour, go on, you will NOT regret it!!! (treat yourself to a authentic thai massage after! boy that will blow your socks off!!!)
Highly recommended! An informative and fun way to to discover Budapest.
The bike tour was excellent. I would recommend it as an easy way to see the city in a short time. The guide was informative and professional in the way that he kept checking to see that everybody was ok, and keeping up with the group. Our group was only small, some 8 people, which made it ideal really, to be able to hear everything that the guide was telling us and make it feel like a personal tour.
I would certainly recommend it to friends.