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Travelers looking for a more active way to explore Budapest's top attractions should skip the typical, crammed tour bus, and opt for this bicycle sightseeing tour, complete with a guide to lead the way. Hop on your bike and cruise to many of the city's top sights—on both sides of the Danube River—including the Parliament Building, St. Stephen's Basilica, the Chain Bridge, and Central Market Hall. Along the way, stop to sample the local marzipan, and refuel with a coffee, at your own expense.
Stretch your legs and see the sights on this Budapest walking tour. Your local guide leads you to the jewels of the city, including UNESCO World Heritage sites like Heroes’ Square, where iconic statues of the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars sit, as well as the beautiful Buda Castle. Take a break with a delicious Hungarian dessert and a hot drink. This walking tour is limited to 15 people, keeping the experience intimate as you discover all that this incredible city has to offer.
Experience the sights and sounds of Budapest on a four-hour e-bike tour. Visit Freedom Square, Margaret Bridge, and more. You'll enjoy the thrill of seeing the city by bike and won’t get worn out thanks to the electric motor. Your guide is with you every step of the way to narrate the tour and answer questions. Across the river, enjoy a break with complimentary cake and coffee, before continuing the tour.
Saddle up for a comprehensive 3-hour tour of Budapest by bike. You’ll hit the streets with a private guide, wheeling past top attractions like Heroes’ Square, City Park, the Parliament Building and the Great Market Hall, many of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Learn about the rich history of this vibrant capital city while cruising along the charming streets and bike paths. This tour is limited to 15 people in order to keep the experience as intimate as possible.
Spend 2-hours exploring the exterior of the Buda castle district by night and listen to gruesome historical facts and the bloody side of the Hungarian history in the XV-XVII century, and learn the myths of Vlad Dracula and Elizabeth Báthory, once your Storyteller will reveal the despicable actions of these two mad figures, all along with vampire stories of the 19° century.
Note that Mysterium Tours does NOT craft typical guided tours for tourists, these are immersive storytelling experiences about legends, histories and tales not always associated with the building we stand in front of.
Explore Budapest’s top attractions by bike on this 2-hour guided tour. Cycle past the Jewish Quarter, the sites of City Park, the iconic statues in Heroes’ Square, the UNESCO-listed Andrassy Avenue and more. As you go, your guide will provide historical background, anecdotes and fun facts about the surrounding architecture while you travel on the safe bike paths lining the city. Your tour route will remain on smaller roads to ensure a relaxing sightseeing experience.
Enjoy a tour inside the architectural jewel of Budapest, the Hungarian Parliament Building. Home to the Holy Crown of Hungary, explore its impressive interior, including stops in the Session Room, the Great Vaulted Hall, and at the central staircase. Soak up the history behind the walls of Hungary’s largest building as your guide provides historical and anecdotal commentary.
Travel through Budapest’s historic Jewish Quarter on a walking tour and learn about the community that remains active there today. See the Kazinczy Street Synagogue, Raul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park, the Jewish Museum and more, as your guide discusses in-depth the Jewish heritage behind the streets that you pass. With two routes to choose from, you’ll hear about the community’s past and the important role that the Jewish culture plays in contemporary Hungarian society.
Travel back through time on a 3-hour history tour of Budapest by foot. As you walk, your guide will narrate the country’s rich history, from the 1956 Revolution to the fall of the Iron Curtain and everything in between. Take in stories of World War I and II as you pass the Parliament Building and visit a private exhibition hall to witness cultural relics along with communist propaganda. This small group walking tour is limited to 15 people to ensure a personalized experience with your guide.
Stroll up Budapest's Castle Hill with a local guide on this 3-hour walking tour. As you pass stately buildings with unique architectural details, hear stories about their histories and past occupants. Stop by the city's oldest confectionery and Hungary's first private art gallery before ending up at Matthias Church. With your included entrance ticket, explore the interior of the 14th-century church, constructed in the Gothic style. Leave your tour with some tips on where to get lunch or an afternoon coffee in the surrounding neighborhood.
If it's your first time in Budapest, get the lay of the land and a primer in Hungarian history on this in-depth and very affordable walking tour. Join a small group of fellow visitors and a guide who knows the city in and out for a stroll to most of the major attractions including the Hungarian Parliament, Europe's largest synagogue, and St. Stephen’s Basilica. Plus, cross the river to the Buda section of the city to explore the famous Castle District.
Get an in depth look at Budapest’s attractions and contemporary culture on a four-hour walking tour. Your private guide conveniently meets you in your hotel lobby before you set off to visit the city’s most popular sights. Enjoy included traditional cake and coffee, before pre-paid public transportation takes you to Castle Hill. You set the pace and decide how much time you want to spend at each location.
Explore Budapest at your own pace on a half-day, private walking tour, taking in the city’s top sites, discovering local neighborhoods, or tasting your way through Hungarian cuisine. With flat-rate pricing for your group of up to 15 people, this private walking tour is a cost-effective way to see Budapest, from the landmarks on Castle Hill to St. Stephen’s Basilica, Vajdahunyad Castle, and Szechenyi Bath. Departure times and locations are customized to you.
Though today Budapest's Jewish Quarter is a bustling entertainment hub full of chic bars and restaurants, within this district there's a rich cultural history if you know where to look. Follow your guide to uncover the Jewish history of Budapest's District VII on this walking tour. You can visit the largest synagogue in Europe, learn about the history of the Holocaust, and stroll along the district's 18th-century high street, spotting landmarks as you go.
Venture deep off the tourist track and explore Budapest like a bonafide local during this exclusive insider’s walking tour. Discover little-known hotspots and local haunts that you’re unlikely to find in any guidebooks. Private guides are tailor-matched to each visitor, so you’ll be guaranteed a bespoke itinerary that revolves just around you. Upgrade to include transportation or food and drink options.
Maximize your time in Hungary’s captivating capital with a Budapest Super Saver—a combination of two top-selling tours at a discounted price. First, admire UNESCO-listed sites such as Heroes’ Square and Budapest City Park on a walking tour. Then, when evening falls, embark on a cruise along the Danube River. While listening to live music, glide past iconic landmarks such as Chain Bridge (Széchenyi Lanchid) while enjoying wine, Champagne, and a delicious Hungarian meal.
If you don’t know the history behind Budapest’s Jewish Quarter, you could miss out on a lot while exploring on your own. Opt instead to travel with a private guide during this private Budapest Jewish Quarter tour, and listen to stories about the area, including its part in WWII. Budapest hotel pickup and drop-off are included for added convenience.
Unravel the complicated history of communist Budapest and learn about life in Hungary during the Cold War era on this 3-hour walking tour. Visit the sites of important moments in history from Bem József Square to the People’s Stadium; see the Soviet War Memorial on Freedom Square; and stroll down Dozsa György Street.
Sample the best of Budapest on this culinary walking tour. Your expert foodie guide shows you the local ingredients at the Great Market Hall and where to try a hot helping of goulash, a stew made Hungarian-style with paprika and other famous local dishes. Stop for a seasonal sweet treat, an award-winning, authentic hand-made chocolate bonbon and in a local restaurant taste a world-famous Hungarian dish and a popular dessert tasting. As you walk, relish the chance to snap photos of top attractions like the Great Synagogue and get a glimpse into smaller hidden streets.
Experience the rich heritage and traditional cuisine of Budapest’s Jewish Quarter on this 4-hour walking tour. Your local guide will take you to see the World War II memorials, the Dohány Street Synagogue and the shops and restaurants of the Jewish Quarter, an area that has become a popular hotspot. You’ll sit in one of the hip ruin pubs and sample authentic local dishes over lunch, getting a flavor for flodni, an apple, walnut and poppy seed pastry, as well as palinka, a fruit brandy made famous by Hungarians.
Kick-start your stay in Budapest with this private 90-minute walking tour. Let a personal guide introduce you to Hungary’s capital with a round-up of major sights and hidden gems. See highlights including the National Museum and Central Market Hall, discover the best Danube views, and visit secret, loved-by-locals places often missed by visitors as you learn about the city’s history and architecture. Great for finding Budapest's best bits and gaining your bearings.
Explore Budapest with your own private guide on a full-day tour that covers the highlights in a short time. Take in landmarks including Heroes' Square, the City Park, Vajdahunyad Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, and the Budapest Zoo. Walk around Buda’s Castle District, get sweeping views from Gellért Hill, stop into Central Market Hall, and see the Jewish Quarter and Dohány Street Synagogue, the largest synagogue in Europe.
Dive head first into medieval Hungarian history on a private tour of the Castle District. Go beyond the general overview you find on most group tours and discover the secret history of the district. For 2.5-hours, enjoy the personal attention of a private guide and feel free to ask as many questions as you like. Round out your tour with a coffee and pastry at a traditional cafe.
While other tours of Budapest focus on famous sights, this tour takes guests to places they’ve likely never heard of and would never otherwise see. Explore the Jewish Quarter and Vörösmarty Square (Vörösmarty Tér), learn about Hungarian photographers such as Robert Capa, and visit Fészek Artists' Club, a space not normally open to the public. View street art, enjoy food and craft beer tastings, sip a cocktail at a rooftop bar, and ride the Budapest Metro.