Combine two top-selling tours and receive a discount with this Budapest Super Saver, ideal for lovers of art and history, and those with limited time. On two distinct 3-hour walking tours, you’ll visit top UNESCO-listed attractions, such as Buda Castle and Heroes Square, and discover the city’s urban art scene and communist history. Sample Hungarian pastries, visit local hotspots, and learn about Budapest’s rich culture and history from two different perspectives.
3-hour Budapest City Walking Tour:
Your tour begins at the Absolute Tour Center, located on Lázár Street in central Budapest. After greeting your guide, you’ll launch into your walking tour with a visit to the Hungarian State Opera House. From here, ride the metro to City Park and marvel at the UNESCO-listed Heroes Square, home to the iconic Seven Chieftains of the Magyars statues.
Visit the city park and then to capture photographs of Vajdahunyad Castle and Szechenyi Spa, Europe’s largest thermal spa.
After retuning to the city by metro, you’ll emerge to the sight of St. Stephen’s Basillica, a neo-classical landmark topped by skyscraping spires. Revitalize with a hot drink and two traditional Hungarian pastries and then, sated, amble along cobbled streets to the river bank.
Walk parallel to the Danube Promenade for beautiful river views, snap a photo of the famous Chain Bridge, and make your final stop in the Castle District at Fisherman’s Bastion for panoramic city vistas.
From here, you’ll have two hours of free time before your next tour commences.
3-hour Art and Culture Budapest Walking Tour:
Your tour starts at Deak Square, in front of the Lutheran Church step, where you’ll greet your local guide and embark on an alternative 3-hour tour of Budapest. First, delve into Budapest’s Jewish heritage as you scout out the synagogues of the Jewish Quarter, the most notable being the Kazinczy Street Synagogue.
Then, discover Budapest’s ever-changing tableau of street art as you are immersed in the underground art scene. Revitalise at a fashionable coffeehouse to purchase refreshments at your own expense, and then explore former working-class districts that have undergone a radical creative transformation.