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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.
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.
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.
Immerse yourself in Budapest's culture through your taste buds with this street food tour of the city. You'll sample all sorts of local treats, from traditional Hungarian fare to specialty snacks from Turkish and Greek stteedt food joints, all washed down with local beer. You'll even get the chance to sample a traditional dessert all the way from Transylvania!
Budapest is known for its quirky ruin bars, but with so much choice, it's hard to know which are the best to visit. Save time researching, and instead get an insider’s guide to Budapest nightlife by going on this tour. You won’t have to worry if you work up an appetite as snacks and alcoholic beverages are included. Visit multiple well-known and hidden ruin bars, and learn about Hungarian culture too.
Budapest may be a city known for its rich history, but it's also a bustling urban center, packed with bars and pubs, where travelers can sip fantastic, local craft brews. Beer enthusiasts shouldn't miss the chance to uncover Budapest's beer scene on this craft beer tour. Stop at three local pubs to taste beer, tuck into traditional Hungarian snacks, and enjoy the company of fellow beer fanatics.
The Great Market Hall is Budapest’s biggest covered market, but with three stories to explore, it’s hard to know where to start. Make the most of the market on a tour that showcases its wares and their place in Hungary’s cuisine and culture. Peruse the stalls, get your guide’s take on the products, and enjoy tastings equivalent to a meal—all to ensure a more enriching experience than visiting independently.
Our tour offers the most tasteful way to explore the beautiful city of Budapest by tasting the most delicious traditional dishes of Hungary in iconic locations. Based on varied culinary traditions of Central and Eastern Europe, Magyar cuisine is known for spicy, rich, and vibrant tastes created from fresh ingredients grown and raised in the surrounding region, and delivered to Budapest's local market halls to provide the basis for the flavourful meals of our capital city.
As a private tour, everything works around you! Our start times are much more easy going, dates can open up. It's a much more intimate and cozy experience. No need to shout over other tourists, you will have every question answered, and leave feeling like a native yourself!
Visit Rákóczi Square Market Hall, one of six original markets in Budapest from the late 19th century and try our favourite local street food. Give something back to the local community; a proportion of the proceeds from your tour fee will be donated to two inspirational local charities. Look up in wonder at a remarkable 18th-century Roman catholic church. Get the lowdown on the history of the ‘gypsy musicians’ of Budapest and see the memorial erected for them. Enjoy a drink with your friendly guide at an authentic, local bar. This small group tour is limited to max 12 guests.
Experience a walk with an insider through Downtown Budapest, see some main sightseeing spots and learn about some hidden gems. Be impressed by the Parliament, learn about the history and some ironic details. Learn about the "Shoes at the Danube" and the Chain Bridge. Enjoy the view at the river bank in the UNESCO protected World Heritage. Experience Christmas Feeling and the unique atmosphere on a walk in the Center of Budapest. Have a look into the Basilica and taste a mulled wine.
If you love beer and are planning a trip to Budapest, you may well be aware that the Hungarian capital has some great craft beers to offer. With this Hoppy Hours tour, you'll get to visit some of the city's best pubs, where you'll try out all sorts of local brews and snacks while you learn about Hungary's traditions around beer drinking.
Discover the best of Budapest’s markets and local restaurants on a private walking tour. You'll experience the city’s culinary scene to its fullest through the eyes of a local. Follow your foodie guide to discover the city’s popular locals-only joints. Sip wine at one of the city’s market halls and taste sweets at a traditional Hungarian confectionery.
Explore Budapest through its food, together with your family! Enjoy authentic Hungarian tastings carefully picked by a friendly local, to satisfy every member of your family. Let a local foodie take you on a tasty & private journey through Budapest.
Eat your way through the city and visit local spots like the Central Market Hall where you'll enjoy a yummy welcome treat, a 'pogacsa'. Take in the market’s lively atmosphere, splendid architecture, and rich aromas. Let the fresh products dazzle you, before grabbing a bite of a typical Hungarian sausage. Enjoy it like the locals do and add some pickled vegetables on the side.
At the Jewish Quarter, you'll have a chance to visit a homey Hungarian restaurant where you'll try Budapest's national dish: goulash! This simple ingredient goulash soup is packed with an incredibly tasty flavor that everyone will love. Go to the city’s first street food court, and walk through a hip and colorful community garden.
Smell, taste, and chew your way through the Hungarian capital on a private 3-hour tour. Sample delectable dishes at a traditional market hall, typical street food stall, and 19th-century confectionery. Be sure to save room for a wine tasting in a traditional venue. Along the way, learn about the culinary history and traditions of Budapest. After the tour, enjoy personalized recommendations on where and what to eat during the rest of your vacation.