Join up with your guide in Castle Hill, a UNESCO World Heritage Site housing the Royal Palace. Here you’ll find most of Budapest’s remaining medieval buildings and sweeping views over Pest. Your guide will explain the diverse architecture present in the area, as well as the myriad influences that have affected district’s development over the centuries.
Stroll through the rest of Castle Hill with your guide to spot the National Library and the Hungarian National Gallery, a museum situated inside the castle. Sneak a peek at the president’s residence, the Sándor Palace, as well as the Castle Theatre, a former church with an active list of performances to this day.
Next, grab a window seat as you make your way to Adam Clark Square on the funicular, riding safely down the hill in a charming cable car. From there, cross the famous Chain Bridge to make your way over to the Pest side of the city.
Once in Pest, it’s time to board a boat! You’ll top off your tour with a 1-hour journey along with Danube with a soft drink provided by your hosts. Take in the unbeatable views of Parliament, Margaret Island and more, before your tour concludes at the city center pier.