Budapest, Hungary
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clock-o3 hours 30 minutes (Approx.)
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commentOffered in: English

Overview

Sample the best of Budapest on this 4-hour culinary walking tour. Your expert foodie guide will show 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. You’ll also taste traditional sweets, seafood and local meats. As you walk, you’ll also have the chance to snap photos of top attractions like the bustling Andrássy Avenue and the towering structure of St. Stephen’s Basilica.
  • 3-hour Budapest food tour including the Central Market Hall, Central Pest and the Jewish quarter
  • Learn about Hungarian cuisine from a local guide, passionate about food
  • Sample salami, sausage, freshwater fish and award-winning chocolate
  • Visit Budapest Central Market Hall and a retro bar to enjoy a spritzer
  • Stop for photos next to the Great Synagogue and try some local Jewish specialties
  • Enjoy a bowl of Hungarian goulash near St Stephen’s Cathedral

Why Travellers Choose This Tour

Tour guides dish up plenty of insight into Hungarian culture along with samples of must-try meals.
Over a century old, the Great Market Hall is beloved in Budapest, home to fresh produce and spices from all over the country. You’ll meet your guide here to begin your tour, perusing the rows of peppers, cheese and spices as you learn about food scene in the capital city.

Meat lovers will find many dishes to delight their taste buds when it comes to the Hungarian diet. But don’t despair, vegetarians: peppers, eggplant and other seasonal veggies also play a key role in recipes, and traditional plates like stuffed pancakes are often filled with rich cheeses.

Your next stop will be at a local café, where you can try out freshwater fish and delicious chocolate made in Pest. Then cleanse your palette with a Hungarian spritzer while discussing the popular drink list in Budapest.

Afterward, burn a few calories with a stroll to the Jewish Quarter, where you can admire the Great Synagogue and the area’s kosher bakeries and pastry shops. You’ll stop to sample traditional Jewish treats before making your way to the final stop.

As you cross the famous Andrássy Avenue, a noted UNESCO World Heritage site, you’ll conclude your tour in an establishment close to St. Stephen’s Basilica. Savor Hungary's signature dish of dumplings and goulash before you go.

Reviews

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K
, Jul 2018

What a wonderful job Zsuzsi did with our small group food tour in Bucharest. She combined history with culinary expertise in visiting six locations to sample the wares. We did an extensive tour of the Market and learned much about Hungarian specialties including sampling from a large assortment of sausages. Other stops sampled drinks, gelato, fish (carp), soup and goulash. It was supposed to be a lunch tour but dinner was not needed that evening.

L
, Jul 2018

Wow- what a great way to see the city, while experiencing the culture and learning about Hungarian lifestyle via a variety of foods and locations. Our tour guide, Dori, was great and gave personal perspectives on everything from locations, to food preparation, typical household dining customs, and more. I thought the tour sounded good, but it was way better than I'd even expected. Very fun to try different foods in different locations throughout the city while learning about the culture. Highly recommend.

c
, May 2018

This tour was so much fun! Our guide Dori was amazing. We tried chocolate, salami, fish, goulash, and strudels as well as some other small foods. The walk inbetween each place was a short easy walk and Dori pointed out and explained multiple sights as we went. It was a great way to try a bunch of different foods while seeing some of the sights! Highly recommend.

L
, Mar 2018

Monika was amazing -- not only did she take us to a great variety of places and help us to experience tasty food and beverages, but she went out of her way to explain the cultural significance and history of the area Central Market, ruin bars, etc.. It was like sitting down to eat with family, rather than being on a paid excursion. We have taken food tours in many cities, but this one in Budapest with Monika was definitely the very best.

A
, Jan 2018

Really enjoyed the experience and the samples of food in the Market. All 3 stops were good and the group was a good mix of nationalities. Our Guide was good and knowledgeable.

L
, Jan 2018

Truly enjoyed the food walk. We learned so much about the food and the history of Budapest. Would highly recommend it!!

J
, Nov 2017

One of the best food tours we have taken. Sampled Hungarian food, drinks, and desserts all over the city.

D
, Nov 2017

Had an amazing time with this tour. We got to walk around and see a lot of the city and enjoy the restaurants.There was enough to eat and plenty of rests, and by the end of the tour you've enjoyed the entire trip.
Would recommend to anyone traveling to Budapest.

D
, Nov 2017

lots of stops, lots of photo opportunities, well worth it.

m
, Oct 2017

It's always great to eat good food and learn interesting things about the city at the same time. Whenever we travel, we try to take advantage of Viator's food tours and we've never been disappointed.


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