Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Budapest Sightseeing Tour by Land and Water. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Something different, fun, informative about the city history. Little bit nervous when the bus went in the river:) Recomended!
Lots of fun and good pace to see the sights included. Bus nice and guides cheery.
The trip on the river bus was great, the best way to see the sites of Budapest from all perspectives
Excellent tour, well organised, knowledgeable guides,etc. Only downside not much good for photographs as it is a proper coach so glass is to reflective for good shots, but a good way to see the main sites, and encourages to spend a bit more time on the ones that interest you.
Very good way to see and hear more about this wonderful city, tour guide very clear and knowledgeable we normally don't like organised tours but this one ticked all the boxes.
Great fun and a new way to see the city.The guide had a wonderfully dry sense of humour and very good English. A wonderful way to see the park area of the river as well.
Fantastic experience that we really enjoyed, we got to see most of the important parts of the city and it helped us to get our bearings for when we were sightseeing later. Only downside was that the script had a few dodgy jokes init but it did make me chuckle as the guide then proceeded to tell the exact same joke in German. Overall would def recommend to both families and adults, well worth it.
Was our first tour of the city. Got a sense of the city and the sights. The river boat portion of the tour was fun
Took this tour on a recent visit to Budapest with my husband. Overall we enjoyed the tour with the highlight being the “big splash” into the Danube. However, we both felt the tour guide’s English was not very good. She seemed to speak more in German and at various times what she said in English made no sense! The map handed out was good so we could track our tour. One thing that caused us concern was the safety instruction for being on the water (i.e. what not to do on the bus, where the lifejackets were located, etc) was only given on the way into the water! Should this not be given at the start of the tour – and again just before going into the water?