This 2.5 hour tour is perfect for visitors with limited time and for those who would like to get a a perfect introduction to our city.
During the tour we visit some of Budapest's most popular attractions - like the Chain Bridge, St. Stephen's Cathedral, Parliament - as well as some lesser-known locations - Shoes on the Danube, Liberty Square etc.
By the end of this tour you will be confident with public transport of Budapest as well as the must visit places, best restaurants and museums.
Our aim to provide the best customer experience and to give you the perfect introduction to our city.
WE ARE AVAILABLE ALL DAY BETWEEN 9:00 AM AND 5:00 PM.
PLEASE LET US KNOW WHAT TIME YOU WOULD LIKE TO START THE TOUR!
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.
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.
It's hard to miss Budapest's must-see Hungarian Parliament building, sitting prominently along the banks of the the Danube River, which draws visitors from around the world. Don't miss the chance to experience this Hungarian landmark on this guided, English-language tour. Wander the Parliament's historic halls, learn about the building's neo-Gothic detailing and architecture, and uncover the stories of this prominent testament to Hungarian governance.
Once you are in Budapest you shouldn't miss the city's biggest church, St. Stephen's Basilica, constructed during more than 50 years. Discover the wonderful City Park after a nice walk along Andrássy Avenue. Learn about the complicated Hungarian history and visualize it on Heroes' square. We can also take a look at the Central Market Hall where, among others, Margaret Thatcher, Lady D and the Habsburg emperor Franz Joseph shopped. I definitely want to take you to the Castle District, being one of the highlights of our gorgeous city, where we visit Matthias Church and the UNESCO World Heritage Fishermen's Bastion.
Explore the main Art Nouveau gems of Budapest in this private 3 hour driving tour. The buildings are far from each other that’s why we run this 3-hour private tour entirely by car/minivan.
You can add 1 hour and 30 minutes to this tour and live an Exclusive Experience participating in a 45-minutes Stained Glass Workshop in a functioning stained glass studio. It is an Experience that will allow you learn a new skill, and at the same time travel to an area of the city which is not visited by tourists. A great Art Nouveau experience to be added to this already great private tour.
If you want to grasp an understanding of the Art Nouveau architecture and design, looks for historical and cultural insights or simply loves this art style and wants to discover or re-discover an art nouveau city in a personalised way, this private tour is for you.
If you’re an independent explorer, but don’t want to deal with the hassle and unreliability of public transportation, enjoy a private self-guided tour of Vienna. After pickup from your Budapest hotel, your guide will take you to the Austrian capital by private car. Along the way, enjoy expert suggestions on what to eat and see. Then, you’re free to spend the day how you please, before returning to Hungary.
The Hungarian Parliament is the third largest parliament building of the world and one of the most recognised landmarks of Hungary. Built in 1904 by Imre Steindl in a peculiar Eclectic style mixed with Neo-Gothic details it is currently the largest building of the country.
Explore the highlights of the UNESCO-listed Buda Castle District in Budapest on this small-group walking tour. With an historian guide, stroll around cobbled Castle Hill, Budapest’s oldest quarter, as you learn about its occupation by different nations and invaders down the centuries. Visit the Castle complex and Matthias Church; admire baroque and Gothic townhouses and churches; and enjoy panoramic views from the Fisherman’s Bastion. Morning and afternoon departures available, with entrance fees at own expense.
Delve into Budapest’s ancient past by going on this fascinating royal tour. It’s a great way to discover sights off the tourist trail, learn about Hungarian royal secrets, and try delicious food too. Go off the beaten track and let your guide navigate you around the city. Top sights you’ll see include the Matthias Church, Royal Palace, and Castle Garden.
Experience Budapest’s art nouveau landmarks on a small-group walking tour with an historian guide. Stop to see the city's art nouveau masterpieces, all graced with the decorative natural and folk motifs that characterized the early 20th-century architectural movement. Admire examples including the Royal Postal Savings Bank; learn about Hungary’s celebrated exponent, Odon Lechner; and uncover the design and history behind each building. Choose a morning or afternoon tour, with public transport passes at own expense.
The tour starts in the center of Budapest (I pick up all groups personally). First we walk on the Andrássy Avenue, the most emblematic boulevard in Budapest. The avenue begins in the city center and ends on the Heroes' Square, where you can learn about Hungarian history sculpted in stone.
The Municipal Park was a hunting grounds that the nobility used for many centuries. In the 18th century it was transformed into one of the first public parks in the world. Today it has many famous attractions: the Zoo, the Széchenyi Spa and the Vajdahunyad Castle. The tour ends at the Museum of Fine Arts with a 60-minute VIP visit with focus on the outstanding works of the „Grand Masters - European art between 1250 - 1600” collection
Please note that the tour's price includes the fee of the guided visit in the museum (16000 forint / 60 minutes) and your entrance tickets.
Navigating the scattered landmarks of Budapest can be time-consuming. With this private walking tour, go with a guide who knows the Hungarian capital intimately, leading you on the quickest routes between top attractions, as well as to lesser-known courtyards, workshops, and design studios for an insider’s look at local life. Plus, savor coffee and dessert at a cafe.
We offer a full day private walking Photography tour of Budapest, not just focusing on the tourist attractions but the hidden gems like a local market hall and hidden street art.
This trip combines walking and public transport and can be tailored to your desire. The itinerary shown is the standard route but can be easily modified.
We offer a full day starting at 9am or 2pm which will include some great chances for night photography.
The 19th-century Hapsburg Empress Elisabeth, nicknamed ‘Sissi,’ had deep ties with Hungary, and her era shaped Budapest in many ways. With this private tour, view the city’s Sissi-era sights with ease, with a guide to show you around. Admire the 19th-century Opera House and Andrassy Avenue; see statues redolent of her period, and learn background and stories of the queen that you wouldn’t hear if exploring on your own.
Look beyond Budapest’s tourist sights and delve deeper into the city thanks to the insider knowledge of guide on this private walking tour. Go off the beaten track without getting lost, and discover gems you might not find by yourself, such as gardens, Roman ruins, and a market. Plus, round off your discoveries with a culinary perspective that many tourists miss—stopping at tucked-away shops to sample traditional Hungarian treats.
During our tour, we’re walking in the inner city of Pest, where we’ll visit the most important streets, squares and buildings. We’ll follow the changes of the city’s shape during the centuries, and trying to understand the story of the most important buildings. Hopefully we will get to enjoy a short break in a 'strudel house' typical to the times of Monarchy-era’s Pest, where we'll try out a Hungarian cake, the strudel. Everybody heard about the Parliament building, the Basilica, the Andrássy street. But what lies around them? How does the city looks like which holds all these fascinating places together? Let’s find out the answers together!
I will take you on a unique experience, where you will meet local artists & designers, explore a wide range of art forms (photography, jewellery, painting, street-art and many more) and sample delicious goodies! We will discover the hidden gems of the city's artistic and gastronomical scene, I share my knowledge about the history of the city and give you better understanding of the past and present of Hungarian art. On our walk we will see a lot of galleries, design shops and street-art, while stopping to taste my favourite artisanal snacks in town and look for special gifts for your loved ones. I will try and tailor-make the tours to suit your interests best and the give you tips about the best places to eat, shop and admire art. I aim to show the colourful behind-the-scenes life in the city’s coolest places from tucked-away cafes to artists’ studios, stories behind street art pieces, and giving you an insider access to Budapest’s up-and-coming and established contemporary artists.
History, pop culture, hidden and famous sights? This is the casual evening walk you're looking for! It has all those amazing views you have seen online and the ones you couldn't find. Also, we're fully flexible when it comes to the itinerary, just ask!
Top 10 sights
• Matthias Church
• Fisherman's Bastion
• Buda Castle
• Matthias Fountain
• Liberty Statue
• Golden Balls
• Unique Fountain
• Gellért Hill
• Amazing Views
This Experience is provided by a private local.
Discover the most impressive buildings in Budapest and learn about the history behind each of those historical buildings and structures in this invigorating architectural walk!
Join me on this adventure to discover the beauty and history of the city's most significant buildings and find out a bit more about the local culture in Budapest from my perspective!
During this walk, you will become better acquainted with the local architecture and at the same time, you will learn how it has changed over the years with the city becoming more contemporary while still retaining its unique character.
You will be able to Experience a different kind of architecture present in Budapest and realise that Hungarian architects are also incredibly talented, throughout the centuries!
Like all of my tours, this is a carefully designed yet flexible tour-plan. The needs of my customer always comes firs. You can see all the sights of Budapest in the comfort of a car and avoid the horde of tourists that usually overrun these places during the daytime. This is also the only way to get a glimpse of the "other face" of Budapest, which I find much more romantic and sometimes even more mystical.
With an historian guide in the lead, immerse yourself in Budapest's art nouveau architecture with stops around the city to see the city's finest examples. This private half-day walking tour ensures personalized attention and plenty of opportunities to ask questions.
re you interested in getting familiar with historic details of the Buda Castle that you cannot find in any guidebooks? If you like walking, this guided walking tour is highly recommended for you. This way you get to see and learn about parts of the city that car or bus tours cannot access. Come and see the details of the most impressive parts of Buda on a 4 hour walking tour, escorted by an experienced English-speaking guide.
We will see the walls and the labyrinths of the medieval Buda town, the Medieval Jewish Prayer House, the ruins of the only-one functioning Christian church during Turkish occupation… and much more… We get to the Castle by city bus, or you can choose to take the old historic Funicular.
This Experience is provided by a private local.
You only have a short time to fall in love with Budapest? Challenge accepted!
Discover Budapest during a short but sweet excursion during which you will learn the most intriguing facts about the history, the local lifestyle, and the contemporary transformation of the city. We will meet at the St. Stephen Basilica and go on our stroll from there :-)
By seeing Budapest through the eyes of a local, discover what the everyday life looks like and find out where the city gets its characteristic ambience from.
While walking through Budapest, you will discover its parks, monuments, and historical architecture with a local, so this is also your chance to get insider tips about the best cafes, restaurants, and bars to visit during your time here, and find out how to make the most out of your visit.
This is the perfect Experience for someone visiting the city for the first time or for someone that wants to rediscover it!