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The tour guide was excellent, She was knowledgable and pleasant.
I would recommend the tour to everbody
The experiences provided by this tour were amazing!!! The market was delightful and trying the wide variety of foods was really tasty and enjoyable. Had fun visiting the food and goods booths. Walking to our lunch destination provided a nice respite before enjoying lunch with the locals. FIVE STARS
Worth every calorie! Anna, our guide, was outstanding! This tour is a must!
Our guide was a fun, so much to eat (don't have a breakfast before) maybe not to everyone test. Great way of meeting different people!
Our guide was Barbara and she was full of information and very charming. She met us at the market and even though we had been there the day before, we saw and tasted many new things with Barbara's help.
All of the tasting stops we made had great local food. These were places we would never have found on our own. The last stop for wine tasting was fun and Barbara was full of information about Hungarian wines.
Our group of six was the perfect size for this adventure. One of the other ladies on our tour and I had taken a similar tour with Viator in San Juan, Puerto Rico in May. We chose this tour because that one was so well done. We will choose Viator again when booking tours!
Thanks for making this day in Budapest so special.
Do not miss this tour. It was fantastic so interesting. Our guide Barbara was amazing so informative . The food was plentiful and fabulous. Barbara was an excellent guide with a good sense of humour. We met a couple from Australia who were good fun so made the tour even better. The wine tasting ex
Highly recommend this tour Barbara our tour guide was amazing very knowledgable with both food and wine also local history .Our small group got on really well and had a few laughs and so much food couldn't eat it all ! Barbara also gave us a list of other places she recommended and once again impressed us Pesti Deszno.
If you want to experience some of the Hungarian Foods, Wines and place to eat food in Budapest this is one tour we would recommend. Warning - DO NOT EAT A BIG BREAKFAST. We started at 10am in the morning the the central market. We started with a Digestif (that should have been warning enough) In the central market we sampled flat bread (with garlic topping), and meats (2 types of sausage, pork, tongue, horse and duck).The final stop in the central market was at a family owned chess and mile (unpasteurized) stand to sample goat, cow smoked and sheep cheeses. Leaving the market our guide Barbara provided us with information on the area we were walking through, history...We arrived at a local lunch place Belvarosi Disznotoros (with a line to the door) to have lunch (a very full lunch (duck, pork, salads,...). We then stopped at one of the family owned pastry shops Auuguszt for deserts (4 wonderful desert). Finally it was on to wine at a wine store / bar. Our guide Barbara provide us with many recommendations on food and beverage recommendation. Note we had enough food for the day and had only a very light meal that night.
The guide was absolutely fantastic. I felt like a friend was showing me the city. Absolutely loved it.
Julia our guide was awesome. Friendly and full of information. This tour covered most food types. The only suggestion I have is please do not eat breakfast before this tour, you need the room for the great and plentiful food!!
Great way to get introduced to Budapest. Barbi was an awesome guide. We enjoyed tasting authentic foods from the area.
Barbara was simply terrific. The tour was very casual and relaxed she answered all of out questions and provided a very wide range of tastes of Hungary. The Market was especially interesting and she knew where to go and what to sample that stretched our adventure to the max. We cannot say enough great things about the pace and tastes Barbara introduced us to over a wide range including sausages, cheese, baked goods, wine, etc., etc. The walking was at a very leisurely pace and not at all tiring.