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.
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.
Skip the tourist traps and discover Budapest’s culinary highlights on a private walking tour. Discover hidden gems as you explore with your local guide, and get a taste of authentic Hungarian cuisine with samples included in the price. Visit locations including the Central Market Hall, Jewish Quarter, and a ruin pub, and benefit from the customizable itinerary of a private tour, allowing your personal guide to cater to your preferences.
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, in connection to 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.
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.
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.
Discover Budapest’s Jewish heritage past and present on a private walking tour. Choose your start time and set off with a private guide, hearing about the sights as you walk. Visit the Dohány Street Synagogue and Jewish Museum, enjoy time at the Jewish Centre’s Family Research Center, and see the Martyr’s Cemetery, memorials, and more. Choose a 2-, 2.5-, or 4.5-hour tour, all with flexible itineraries, entrance fees, and hotel pickup included.
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.
Admire the beautiful Buda Castle District on a walking tour in Budapest. Follow a local guide around the cobblestone streets and hear stories of the city’s rich history. See UNESCO World Heritage sites like the Royal Palace, as well as the lesser-known landmarks such as Sandor Palace. Be sure to capture pictures with family and friends from the panoramic lookout of Fisherman’s Bastion before you head out.
Discover Budapest’s irresistible blend of culture and cuisine on an evening tour including dinner and drinks. Under the atmospheric cloak of darkness, visit up to six gastronomic venues to taste traditional Hungarian dishes and beverages. As you stroll the illuminated streets, you’ll delve into the history of Budapest’s Jewish Quarter and vibrant downtown district. On this small-group tour – limited to six food-lovers – you’ll learn about the culinary culture of the city and receive personalized attention from your guide.
You will get an insider’s look at the Jewish heritage of Budapest on this 4-hour guided private walking tour. Beside history you will also explore the present of the community. You will see-The Great Synagogue, the second largest Jewish temple in the world- The Jewish Museum of the Great Synagogue, that displays objects relating to both religious and everyday life-The Orthodox Synagogue, a unique masterpiece of the Hungarian Art Nouveau-The Rumbach Synagogue (only from outside due to its ongoing renovation)The neighborhood offers an amazing atmosphere with bakeries, Kosher restaurants, ruin bars, street art. You’ll learn interesting stories and hidden treasures along the way. Our walk ends visiting the Shoes Memorial on Danube bank close to the Hungarian Parliament. Please note that in the synagogues shorts or sleeveless tops are not allowed. Knees and shoulders must be covered for both men and women.Tickets to the Great Synagogue and the Orthodox Synagogue are included.
Visitors who wish to get acquainted with the Budapest Jewish district and see Europe's largest synagogue are recommended to participate in this program to learn about the Hungarian Jewish history and the Hungarian Holocaust. The area covered by the walk used to be the Budapest Ghetto and is one of the today's cultural, commercial and entertainment centers of colorful multicultural Budapest.
Enjoy an authentic taste of Hungary with this 4-hour cooking class in Budapest. You’ll begin with a walk through a local market with your guide to learn about the necessary ingredients for your menu. Then, travel to a professional kitchen to learn how to cook traditional Hungarian dishes. Reward yourself at the end with the 3-course meal that you and your group have created. All ingredients are included on this tour, as well as fun recipes to take home.
Hungarians love their food. From hearty and filling goulash, to crispy and cheesy langos, a deep fried dough that's perfect while sipping local beer. Discover the best of Hungarian cuisine on this guided foodie walking tour—in districts seven and eight—with stops at family owned eateries, food markets, and a standout ruin bar. With eight tastings included, you should definitely show up hungry, because you'll want to indulge.
Learn about Hungary’s rich wine heritage on a 2-hour wine tasting tour in Budapest. Led by a wine expert and enthusiast, you’ll sample six varietals at the Faust Wine Cellar, accompanied by traditional Hungarian snacks. Enjoy a mix of white and red wines, including one from the famous Tokaj region, and deepen your knowledge of the area’s offerings. This small group tour is limited to 20 travelers in an effort to keep the experience as intimate as possible.
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.
Take an intimate look at the eventful Jewish history in Budapest on a 3-hour walking tour. With stops at the Shoe Memorial, Ohel Sarah Mikveh, and more, your experience goes beyond what you find in a typical guidebook. Enjoy included entrance to the iconic Dohány Street Synagogue, along with a complimentary cake and coffee at a local Jewish cafe.
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.
Experience the best of Budapest’s vibrant nightlife scene with a small-group 'ruin bar' walking tour. Follow a guide through Budapest’s historic Jewish quarter and visit ruin bars among the disused warehouses and decaying factories. Enjoy drinks and snacks at the diverse bars along the way, and learn of the role they play in Budapest’s artistic and cultural offerings. Upgrade to a private tour for an evening pickup at your Budapest hotel, and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour — limited to six people.
Beneath Budapest lies a vast network of caves, several of which are open to the public. While some caving routes require visitors to climb and crawl through tight passageways and can be difficult for those with no spelunking experience to navigate, this guided cave tour offers an easy way to explore. Visit two well-lit caves with paved surfaces: Szemlo-Hegyi and Pálvölgyi.
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.
Explore Budapest’s top sites on a sightseeing tour and river cruise. First, venture out with your guide through the city streets to see Gellért Hill, Dohány Street Synagogue, and the Széchenyi Baths. Then head to the water to board a Danube River cruise. Enjoy a complimentary soda while you look out at the city’s iconic panorama, gliding past the Royal Castle, the Hungarian Parliament Building and more. This tour is a perfect way to see all of the capital city’s famous landmarks both by land and water.
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.
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.