Experience the best of Hungarian cuisine as you float down the Danube River on a 3-hour dinner cruise. Set aboard a vintage restaurant ship, the evening tour offers unbeatable views of Budapest’s main attractions from the water. With maximum twenty passengers on board the boat, your 5-course meal is sure to be an intimate and memorable one.
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.
Enjoy gourmet Hungarian cuisine in an elegant setting on this Danube River cruise in Budapest, a tour with special appeal for couples or travelers celebrating a special occasion. Savor a traditional slow-food menu and premium local wines as you cruise along the Danube River aboard a vintage restaurant ship. See Budapest illuminated in lights and catch sight of the Parliament building from the water.
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.
Get acquainted with Hungary's culinary culture and history with a sommelier as your guide during this afternoon tasting experience. Sip five top local wines, paired with fresh bread, Hungarian cheese, and charcuterie.
Veer from the well-beaten culinary path and discover some of Budapest’s best food on a 3-hour tour. Follow your guide to the city’s most popular market, locals-only street food stand, and lively wine bars. In addition to filling your stomach with local specialties, the tour also presents the cultural side of Hungarian cooking. Tasty highlights include traditional coffee, country sausage, and lunch at a local restaurant.
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.
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.
Hungary is known for its rich gastronomic traditions as well as its exceptional wine offerings, and this private outing is the perfect way to immerse yourself in both. Pick from lunch or dinner timings, and head to a popular restaurant in the center of the city. You’ll enjoy a 3-course meal featuring traditional Hungarian dishes. You’ll also get to taste five Hungarian wines in the company of a sommelier, who will guide you through the varietals and the food-and-wine pairings.
Sample the best of Budapest’s cuisine on this small-group culinary walking tour. Beginning in central Budapest, follow your guide to local bars, restaurants, markets, cafes, and a cookie manufacturer. Try a hearty helping of traditional dishes and treats, such as soups, pastries, cured meats, and cheeses, all included with your ticket. As you explore and taste, your guide provides a helpful introduction to Hungarian cuisine and insights into the latest local food trends.
Treat yourself to the best of Hungarian food and drink on a 3-hour tour. Begin with a visit to the late 19th-century Covered Market. Sample local cheese, salami, and wine. Continue with chimney cake, street food, goulash, and other delectable bites. Along the way, see some of the city’s top attractions. With innumerable food options in Budapest, your guide can easily adapt the tour based on your personal tastes.
Step off the typical tourist trail during this delectable culinary outing, and explore Budapest with just a small group for company. Be sure to arrive hungry: you’ll visit numerous stops across the city to taste various treats and delicacies. Head to locals-approved eateries to sample traditional Hungarian staples, and try dishes that represent the city’s immigrant communities, too. Wash it all down with a refreshing local beer.
Combine culinary and historical discovery on a 4-hour walking and tram tour of Budapest’s inner Buda district. Explore this off-the-beaten-track neighborhood, learning about its Ottoman and 20th-century past as you visit locally loved food spots. Sample goodies like cheese, jams, and more at a market, savor a home-style Hungarian lunch with wine, and enjoy other treats, including coffee at a Soviet-period café and 'palinka' fruit brandy. Upgrade to a small-group or private tour.
Celebrate the yuletide season with a festive 3-hour tour of Budapest’s Christmas markets. Soak up the magic of winter in the city as you visit four different Christmas markets, shop for traditional handicrafts and gifts, and sample an array of flavorsome holiday foods. Sip mulled wine, munch on stuffed flatbread and taste delicious strudel while hearing about Hungary’s unique Christmas traditions from your guide. This small-group tour is limited to 6 people to ensure a personalized experience.
Budapest is an amazing city for foodies, with culinary influences from across Europe and the Middle East as well as a strong tradition of their own. With this food-lover's tour, you'll get to try out all sorts of classic dishes, from pogàcsa, a type of bread topped with meat or cheese to delicious pickled vegetables. You'll also get to try plenty of sweeter delights, including cakes and pastries.
Discover the best of Hungarian cuisine during a private 3-hour food tour of Budapest. Feast on a total of eight dishes, including goulash, chimney cake, fried flat bread, and Hungarian sausage. Your culinary delights are served in five locations, including the Jewish Quarter, Central Market Hall, and a popular ruin bar. Offered at multiple times each day, you can easily fit this foodie excursion into your busy vacation schedule.
Get to know and taste Hungarian cuisine on this 3.5-hour food walking tour in Budapest. Learn about the city’s culinary tastes and classic dishes while strolling in downtown Pest and the Jewish Quarter. Stop at markets, restaurants, and food shops, and enjoy up to eight to 10 tastings of local specialities such as deep-fried ‘langos’ bread, Hungarian cheeses, and 'kolbás' sausages. Finish by sipping artisanal beers at a neighborhood pub. Tastings included.
Discovering Budapest’s food scene without a guide may give you only a random take on the city’s culinary repertoire. This small-group tour showcases the Hungarian capital’s local flavors and traditions to reveal its true gastronomic tastes and customs. Sample delicacies at one of the city's market halls, try street foods and classic confectionery, and taste Hungarian wines; all with a guide to share insight and pointers you’d likely otherwise miss.
Learn all about Hungary's rich culinary traditions, first hand, with this culinary tour of the iconic Great Market Hall. Your guide will take you from stall to stall, where you can try out local delicacies including salamis, scones, strudels, and pickled foods. You'll even get the chance to try unusual concoctions, from lavender jams to truffle creams.
Shopping in Budapest independently may mean guessing your way around the stores and missing authentic Hungarian wares. This Pest shopping tour eliminates the guesswork: introducing you to shops selling quality local crafts, art, antiques, and gourmet foods and wines. Find artisanal outlets, visit select food vendors at the Great Market Hall, get pointers on good buys, and hear background on the shops and sights that you might never hear otherwise.
Getting to know and sample Hungary’s cuisine by yourself can mean randomly choosing restaurants and dishes. This private Budapest walking tour eliminates the guesswork: providing accurate insight into the city’s gastronomy with a guide to introduce you to the must-tries and their recipes. Enjoy four tastings at four eateries, and get background on them and Budapest’s wider cuisine you might miss if alone. Flexible departure times make for extra convenience.
Discover the many flavors of Hungary during a 2-hour food tour of Budapest’s Central Market. Explore all three levels of the popular market with your guide, who shares interesting stories about Hungarian culture and cuisine along the way. Sample goulash, potato paprikas, strudel, and other traditional dishes. Afterwards, get insider recommendations on what and where to eat during the rest of your visit.
One of the best ways to immerse yourself in a new culture is through its food. With this culinary experience, you'll sit down in the home of a local chef, who will prepare for you a multi-course meal featuring all sorts of Hungarian classics, from goulash to traditional Hungarian palinka (fruit brandy).