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Get your bearings and see the sights on a 3-hour small-group walking tour of Budapest. Escorted by an expert English-speaking guide, you'll see all the highlights including numerous UNESCO World heritage sites such as Heroes' Square and The Buda Castle, plus unexpected gems on this fascinating walking tour of magical Budapest. You'll also enjoy a break with two traditional Hungarian pastries and a hot drink. Numbers are limited to 15 people on this small-group walking tour of Budapest, ensuring you'll receive personalized attention from your guide.
- 3-hour small-group walking tour of Budapest
- See Budapest main sites such as as Heroes' Square, Vajdahunyad Castle, Danube Promenade and Buda Castle District
- Enjoy two delicious Hungarian pastries with some tea, coffee or mineral water
- Maximum of 15 participants ensures a more personalized experience
- Escorted by a private English-speaking guide
Recent Photos of This Tour
View from Buda Castle areaPhoto by: Staci C
Parliament BuildingsPhoto by: Angela H
The MetroPhoto by: A and V
Australia, 12 2012
Chain Bridge in BudapestPhoto by: Staci C
Heroes Square in BudapestPhoto by: Staci C
P1010545Photo by: Christine A
Australia, 10 2011
P1010506Photo by: Christine A
Australia, 10 2011
P1010502Photo by: Christine A
Australia, 10 2011
Budapest City Walking TourPhoto by: Margaret F
Pest from Buda Castle HillPhoto by: Michael S
United Kingdom, 08 2009
PiauiPhoto by: Thiago M
Brazil, 10 2008
What You Can Expect
Your private guide will lead you across the city of Budapest, full of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Starting at the Opera House, your walking tour begins with a short ride on the Millennium metro out to Heroes' Square and City Park. A walk through the park then takes you to the Vajdahunyad Castle complex, built for the World Expo in 1896 in typical Hungarian designs. Next stop is the Szechenyi bath house before taking the Millennium metro back to the city center.
Continuing on, the walking tour stops at St. Stephen's Basilica before passing the areas of Deak and Elizabeth square.
Afterwards, take a break in a typical Hungarian cafe where you will enjoy a hot drink and two delicious strudel pastry (included).
Next, you'll follow tiny streets towards the city center, stopping at Ferenciek Square to view the amazing architecture. Take a short stroll along the Vaci walking street then head down to the riverside's famous Danube Promenade. As you walk along, take in the spectacular views of Gellert Hill and the Citadel, Buda Hills and the Buda Castle District.
Stop outside the Vigado, the former municipal hall, then make the most of a picturesque photo opportunity of the little princess before crossing the famous Chain Bridge.
For the final part of the tour, you'll climb the steps to the Royal Palace in the Buda Castle District, then walk through the old cobblestone streets and alleys to the tour's finishing point in front of the Matthias church and Fisherman's Bastion.
At the conclusion of the tour, your guide can provide tips, directions and more to help you to make the most of your time in Budapest.
Our guide, Andi, gave us a wonderful walking tour. I enjoyed the tour a lot.
We really enjoyed our guided tour which was led by Laszlo. It as a really great introduction to the city and the History of Hungary. Travelling on the metro and by bus, as well as walking through different areas of the city we gained knowledge of the area and experience of the transport system so that we had the confidence to do a lot more exploring over the following days. A really great trip to take when you first arrive in the city. Laszlo gave us tips regarding visits to The Opera, good restaurants to try, places to visit . We took his advice and had a truly wonderful time. He even played the Hungarian National Anthem for us on his flute, a mournful tune that summed up the turbulent times that Hungary has lived through in the past. Laszlo, many thanks for a super trip. We do hope your little boy is now feeling much better. ( He was poorly when we were visiting)