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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.
Markets are an ideal way to get a taste of local cuisine in Budapest. With this tour, dive into the Central Market Hall with a guide, and then head to a kitchen where a cooking instructor provides the hands-on know-how required to prepare a traditional three-course Hungarian feast. You can also opt to meet your guide at the market a little earlier to have breakfast there.
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.
Take a gastronomic tour of Budapest on this experience. Escorted by a licensed guide, you’ll visit the city’s Great Market Hall and sample traditional Hungarian salami, pickles, and baked goods. You’ll be led on foot around the market, enjoying the intimate feel of a small group setting, as you learn about the history, culture, and cuisine of this iconic building. You’ll also receive insider tips on some of the best restaurants in the city.
Budapest is full of UNESCO-listed monuments, architectural wonders, and lively markets, but visiting on a group tour means a fixed itinerary and less time to explore. Instead, maximise your time with a private full-day tour by luxury vehicle and tick off attractions such as Buda Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Bath, St Stephen’s Basilica, and the Central Market. Hotel pickup and drop-off is included.
Spend two to three hours getting to know Budapest on a private Tuk-Tuk tour around Budapest. Your driver will collect you from any central location before setting off to see the sights. Pause the ride at any point to snap a photo of attractions including the Chain Bridge and Buda Castle. Feel free to request a special route, so you can see specific places that interest you.
Not the first time in Budapest?
Already discovered the must see sights and you want more?
Or you just prefer only the hidden gems in a city?
This is the perfect tour for you!
We go ONLY hidden, hard to find, unique places.
We have a littlebit of architecture, art, food and drink, local life, interesting and suprising stories on the PEST side ONLY.
I also have this tour on the Buda side, sign up for that as well.
During our walk we pass by the some of main sights of Budapest but we don't focus on these attractions. That's another tour: "Explore Your Budapest" Tour - also available here on this site.
This is a nice walk, spiced up with little known places and interesting stories.
Please note, I was not able to list all of the sights as they were not on the list, and the system did not allowed me to add new sights.
Discover the highlights and hidden gems of Budapest on a full-day private sightseeing tour. Meet your guide at your hotel and set out to visit the city’s top landmarks, attractions, and beyond. The comprehensive itinerary can be customized based on the places and things that interest you. Taste typical Hungarian culinary delights at a street food stand, 19th century confectionery, and more. Leave with bespoke suggestions for the rest of your vacation.
Hop into a soft-top tuk-tuk with a driver-guide and explore Budapest by three wheels on this shared tour. Most commonly found in Asia, tuk-tuks are perfect for navigating Budapest’s streets and discovering hidden places inaccessible to bigger vehicles. Breeze by the landmarks, stop for photos, and absorb the atmosphere on a flexible itinerary. Downtown pickup and drop-off included, with a choice of multiple departure times.
Kick-start your stay in Budapest with this private 90-minute walking tour. Let a personal guide introduce you to Hungary’s capital with a round-up of major sights and hidden gems. See highlights including the National Museum and Central Market Hall, discover the best Danube views, and visit secret, loved-by-locals places often missed by visitors as you learn about the city’s history and architecture. Great for finding Budapest's best bits and gaining your bearings.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Delve into the culinary culture of Budapest during a walking tour of the Hungarian capital. In a small group limited to eight food lovers, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Central Market Hall – Budapest’s largest food market – and sample traditional products in a patisserie and artisan chocolate shop. Pleasure your palate with three Hungarian wines and listen to informative commentary from your gourmand guide on this enriching tour.
Immerse yourself in the nightlife and brewery scenes of Budapest on a small group walking tour. In addition to four glasses of beer, you’ll also be treated to a range of Hungarian snacks, such as scones made with pork rinds. The tour takes you to four diverse drinking spots, including a steampunk pub and a local favorite with spectacular Danube views. By the end of the night, you'll have truly experience Hungarian drinking culture.
If you are looking for a unique way to explore Budapest then our culinary walking tour is for you! Taste Hungarian food and drinks in a relaxed way with your private tour guide and see Budapest from the local’s perspective!
Budapest is known for its alternative scene, but knowing the best spots for firsthand experience can be difficult. Explore the city on a private tour, and visit trendy attractions including a second-hand store, art studio, and an underground club. Orientate yourself in the vibrant city, learn about its subculture, and pick up recommendations for the rest of your stay.
Budapest boasts many striking landmarks, but ticking them all off when exploring by foot can be difficult. Zoom up Gellért Hill to discover the Citadella, zip between landmarks on Buda Hill, and cruise through the city center with ease on a scooter tour of the city, benefiting from included headsets to hear your guide’s insights clearly.
Discover the secrets to prepare classic Hungarian cuisine during a private 5-hour cooking class in Budapest. Meet your guide, a personal chef, at the Central Market. Sample street food and pick up fresh ingredients for the class. Then head to your guide’s home and prepare a traditional 3-course meal together. Afterwards, you’re ready to impress your friends back home with your new cooking skills.
Explore prominent Art Nouveau architecture on a 3-hour walking tour of Budapest. Led by a professional art historian guide, meet first for a coffee and brief overview of the characteristics of the Art Nouveau era. Your guide will provide a notebook and pen so you can record your observations as you go. Then take off through Pest, studying unique Hungarian designs from the era, such as the famous pyrogranite ceramic tiles that are found on structures throughout the city.
This is a great pick for first-time visitors to Budapest. Combine sightseeing with history, natural beauty, urban legends, and food. Save hours of research time by having a comprehensive itinerary planned out for you. By exploring Budapest with a guide, you won’t have to worry about getting lost, and it's a great way to discover hidden places that locals love. Highlights include Heroes’ Square, Vajdahunyad Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Bath and St. Stephen’s Basilica.