Budapest, Hungary
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Visit the former settlement of Pest—the eastern side of the Danube River—on a 3-hour, small-group walking tour that explores Budapest history, landmarks, and architecture. Enjoy the personal experience of a small-group tour that’s limited to 6 people, and get a local perspective on Hungary’s fascinating capital city.
  • Three-hour Budapest walking tour
  • Explore the eastern side of the Danube
  • Visit historic sites and modern landmarks
  • Learn about Hungarian history and culture
  • Small group tour for personal service
  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Meet a guide and small-group at a central location near the Elisabeth Bridge, the start your walking tour at the beginning, with a bit of Pest history. Visit the ruins of the old Roman fortifications, the Contra-Aquincum, then continue to the Inner-City Parish Church, the oldest building in Budapest.

Head to the Danube River for a walk along the water, talking about Budapest history and architecture along the way. You’ll pass the Chain Bridge, the perfect place to cover Hungarian identity and contemporary politics, then learn about the re-naming of public spaces in the city, including the monument of Freedom Square.

Finish the tour at St. Stephen’s Basilica, a Roman Catholic landmark named for the earliest King of Hungary who ruled the country into the 11th century. You’ll be near the Central European University, and conclude your walk with a conversation about life after the Soviets, and the future of the country.
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Product code: 5411P73

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