Book your desired tour option and meet your guide in the Pest district in the mid-afternoon.
Start with a glass of sparkling wine and then set off into Pest’s handsome streets by foot. Walking is the best way to uncover the highlights, history, and culture of Hungary’s capital and find hidden corners that many visitors miss. On route, hear about Hungary’s and Budapest’s turbulent past, and get inside scoops on daily life in today’s city from your guide.
Explore the Pest Palace district and pass the Hungarian National Radio Building, hearing about its part in Hungary’s 1956 revolution. Then, see noteworthy sights including the National Museum, Andrassy Avenue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, and Opera House.
Swing by the monuments at Heroes Square, ride Europe’s oldest metro line, and explore the former Jewish Quarter, viewing the Grand Synagogue, the biggest in Europe, and other spots that once formed the heart of the Jewish district.
Enjoy a coffee at a popular café and bisit the Danube’s banks to admire the sights. See the Shoes on the Danube Memorial and absorb the sweeping views of the Parliament, Chain Bridge, and Buda Castle across the water.
Your tour ends here when you guide departs.