To experience the elegance of the Habsburg Empire, travelers don't need to book a trip to Austria, when just a short drive from Budapest you find the must-visit Gödöllő Palace. Don't miss this stunning royal residence on this private tour from Budapest, complete with hotel pickup, and museum and garden access. On your tour, explore the former summer home of Queen Elizabeth and Francis Joseph, learn about the royals, and get a feel for life under the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Save vacation time and hassle while in Budapest by prebooking admission to the city's Pinball Museum. Then, look forward to your visit before heading to the family-friendly museum in the knowledge you’ll get in. You're then free to play the 130-plus vintage machines for as long as you want, and also come and go, so you can fill the day with pinball. Great for gamers wanting a change from sightseeing.
Budapest’s vibrant and storied Jewish history dates back centuries, but most sightseeing tours only skim the surface. Dive deep into the Hungarian capital’s Jewish heritage on a 3-hour walking tour. You enjoy free admission plus skip-the-line access to the Hungarian Jewish Museum and Archives and Salgotarjan Street Jewish Cemetery. Other noteworthy monuments include the Tree of Life and Dohány Street Synagogue.
When you visit other art galleries, you’re not allowed to touch the paintings while you’re there. This 3D gallery Budapest admission ticket gets you into an art gallery that encourages you to take original photos of the 3D art with you in it. Plus, you’re allowed to take unlimited photos with your own device, so you can try different poses for multiple outcomes.
This is a very intensive, and informative day! Visiting 3 cities and gorgeous country views! You also spend enough time with our live guides so they can show you hidden gems, and present you the history of each sites and periods in smooth and funny way! Fully private so up to your interests we offer big liberty and side options!
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.
Travel back in time to the 15th-century on a 6- to 8-hour private tour to Szentendre. Private transportation carries you away from your Budapest hotel and along the Danube to Visegrad Fortress. Free from the constraints of a regimented group tour, you’re free to explore the fortress and charming streets of the Baroque Hungarian town independently and at your own pace. When you’re ready, unwind on the return journey to the city.
Get to know Budapest on a small-group half-day tour that is ideal for first-time visitors. See famous monuments and lesser-known destinations as you hear live commentary from your guide. Highlights include the Hungarian State Opera House, Heroes' Square, and St Stephen's Basilica, along with a walk through Budapest’s city park, Varosliget. The tour ends at Buda Castle, one the top historical sites in the city.
Check out Miniversum on your next trip to Budapest, a museum which hosts an incredible miniature model of Hungary, scaled to 1:100 of its size. Interactive screens show the original photos of the sights, so you can compare them to the mini version laid out before you. The museum is designed to entertain the whole family, including a playhouse for children and a café with snacks and drinks available for purchase. This ticket is valid for an unlimited time, so you can marvel at the extraordinary detail for as long as you please.
To experience the elegance of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Budapest visitors don't need to take a trip to Vienna. Instead, enjoy this half-day excursion to the Royal Palace of Gödöllő, less than an hour's drive from Budapest. With this private tour, start your day with easy hotel pickup before you're whisked to the palace to learn about the history of the monarchy and Queen Elisabeth, take in the building's baroque styling, and refresh with a coffee or tea—included in the tour price.
Looking across the Danube River from its hilltop perch, it's hard to miss Budapest's stately Buda Castle, a must-see attraction for all visitors to the Hungarian capital. On this small-group sightseeing tour, you can visit the Buda Castle and more. Wander the Castle District's cobblestoned streets, enjoy a Buda Castle tour, and stop at must-see Castle Hill sights, including a medieval church, and Fisherman's Bastion.
No trip to Budapest is complete without exploring the Castle District, an historic area known for its diverse architecture, and unparalleled views of the city. Though you can always try a self-guided excursion, to really experience this storied area, you shouldn't miss this private, guided tour where you stroll this neighborhood and uncover the history dating back to the 13th century. As you wander, pass top area sights, from the Chain Bridge to the Castle Garden, enjoy views across the city from Savoy Terrace, and see Sándor Palace, the official home of the President of Hungary.
On this amazing 3-hour walking tour get acquainted with the historical core of Buda, the oldest part of Budapest. Experience more than 1100 years of Hungarian history coming alive in front of you through your history buff tour guide's presentations, and learn all about the local significance of the Buda Castle: a district where thousands of people live and many more go for romantic strolls, enjoying superb views and lights.
You will walk through the winding alleys and experience breathtaking views from the ramparts. Be ready for the fascinating historical stories about Buda Castle from the Middle Ages to World War II.
Explore the whole complex of the Buda Castle District including the Royal Palace, Savoy Terrace, Matthias Fountain, Palace Gardens, Alexander Palace, Matthias Church and get panoramic views of the Parliament & the Pest side from Fisherman's Bastion. As an added bonus to round off your experience, enjoy delicious coffee during the coffee stop.
This convenient entrance ticket gets you into a special exhibition at the Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center, titled “Robert Capa, the Photojournalist”. The Hungarian photographer captured some of the most important events of the 20th century, including the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War. By visiting this important museum in Budapest you’ll learn more about history as well as this important Hungarian icon.
Visit the Budapest Retro Design Centre Museum during your stay in Hungary. Take the local train No. 5 for a 20-minute journey to Szentendre, where the museum houses an impressive private collection of artifacts. Admire a full kitchen, toys, appliances, motorcycles and cars dating from the 1970s. Travel back in time to the State-Socialist (Communist) Era in Hungary and see what life was like. Tours are available in Hungarian, Russian, German and English.
Get a comprehensive overview of Budapest’s Castle District on a 3-hour walking tour. The comprehensive tour is the perfect opportunity to go beyond the guidebook. Skip the hike and enjoy an easy escalator ride to the top of Castle Hill, where you enjoy an exceptional view of the UNESCO listed banks of the Danube River. In addition to the above ground landmarks, you also get to visit the Labyrinth below the castle.
Video game fanatics shouldn't miss Budapest's Arcade Museum, an unlimited play hub for gamers where you can chill, check out vintage games, and play as much as you'd like. Just prebook tickets for your preferred day, and take advantage of full access to the arcade. Enjoy classic Japanese music games, a few retro machines, and of course the company of fellow gamers.
Learn to drink like a Hungarian with a guided tasting of palika, a fruit brandy and Hungary’s national liqueur. Learn about history of this distilled spirit before sampling different palinka varieties inside a cozy museum devoted to the drink. Upgrade your experience with combo options including a Hungarian meal, Danube cruise, or spa day at the Széchenyi Baths.
One of Budapest’s highlight cultural stops, the Ludwig Museum showcases contemporary art, and has been a major city landmark since its founding in 1989. Reserve your tickets before you travel to make your visiting experience seamless, and arrive at a time that works best for your schedule. Once inside, have the freedom to explore the exhibitions at your own pace.
The gallery where you learn just by having fun, while experiencing the wonders of art and also becoming a part of it.
Because art blossoms from your heart!
Be a professional photographer, painter, artist, editor or coreographer! Look at your own art pieces through the glass of optical illusions and three-dimensional effects.
Create your unique compositions! Realize your ideas. Our paintings are given but the directions you can go from there are numerous. Create your own miracles!
Why not discover with us the unique Castle District in Buda which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. One of the best ways to discover it is on foot because this way we can make the most of it. During the tour, we are going to find out about even the most hidden spots of the District. The gist of the stormy Hungarian history can be found here; the streets and walls guard the people’s pain and cry and occasional glow. The most remarkable monuments here are the Fisherman’s Bastion, the Hungarian National Gallery or the Mathias Church which used to be the premises of coronation of the Hungarian kings. From the Fishermen’s Bastion one can enjoy a splendid view over Pest and the River Danube.
Take a break from sightseeing and feel like a kid again with a ride on the Visegradi Bobpalya (Visegrad Bobsled) just outside Budapest. Careen down a grassy hill near the banks of the Danube on your choice of two different tracks, controlling your speed with a hand stick as you navigate 12 downhill bends. This 10-ride pack makes for several hours of affordable family fun.
Visit one of Budapest’s most enchanting, educational, and family-friendly destinations when you book advance tickets to the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden. One of the world’s oldest zoos, the landmark is home to hundreds of rare and exotic animals, from elephants and lions to gorillas and zebras. This flexible option lets you arrive at a time that works best for you and explore independently.