• Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
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Budapest is a city of coffee and sweet lovers, with a rich history of coffee houses, patisseries, and cafes. This 3-hour small-group walking tour showcases this tradition with a food-expert guide. Explore the city’s love of sweet treats, learn how its cafes were hubs of literary life, and enjoy several stops to sample delights like artisanal coffee, ‘dobos torta,’ strudel, and dessert wine. If you wish, upgrade to a private tour with hotel pickup.

Highlights

  • 3-hour small-group Budapest coffee house and sweet walking tour
  • Learn about Budapest’s cafe society and love of coffee and sweets
  • Enjoy up to six stops in grand coffee houses, pastry shops, and ‘presszo’-style cafes
  • Try local favorites like ‘dobos torta’ layer cakes, pancakes, strudels, and Tokaji aszú dessert wine
  • Tastings included
  • Small group of six participants or fewer
  • Upgrade to a private tour including hotel pickup

What You Can Expect

Budapest Sweet and Coffee House Walking Tour

Ceiling of the Book Caf� in Budapest

Choose a small-group tour starting in central Pest, or select a private tour including pickup at your central Budapest hotel.

Meet your guide, and then stroll through a patchwork of Pest districts, exploring Hungary’s passion for coffee and accompanying sweet treats including desserts and cakes.

Hear how coffee houses filled Budapest during the 20th century, becoming hubs of artistic and literary life before closing during the communist era. Learn, too, about Hungary’s love of pastry, and how its pastry-makers been heavily influenced by other cultures.

On route, enjoy up to six stops to sample some of the best coffee and goodies in town. Taste Hungary’s sweet dessert wine, Tokaji aszú, and visit a Communist-era ‘presszó’— a simple eatery-combined-meeting place. Head inside pastry shops and elegant cafes where influential novelists once labored, and visit a coffee house, trying the strong coffee that has fuelled famous Hungarian writers.

Sample several treats at each stop, hearing how they reflect traditional recipes and modern tastes, and experience innovative creations from today’s talented chefs. Samples may vary, but you could try layered dobos torta, pancakes, Jewish-Hungarian sweets, marzipan, honey cakes, and luxury chocolates.

Your 3-hour tour ends when your guide departs.

Customer Reviews

kathryn f

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2018

Great tour. Included 5 stops as per description, tried a range of items. Started with a local wine and an interesting chat about wine production and regions in Hungary. Guide was passionate about coffee and an award-winning barrister, we tried a couple of coffees at the first stop with an explanation of differences. We then moved on to try a range of local cakes with explanation of local history and traditions. Excellent guide friendly, knowledgeable and extremely helpful. I would highly recommend.

biancarose1

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Wonderful tour, wine, coffee and cake what more could you ask for. Guide was very knowledgeable on many counts, history, coffee, different types of cake we sampled. Would recommend this tour as a must.

Alexandra E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2017

I had such a great time on this tour. The lady is so nice and is a real foodie. There were 3 people in my group and she ask lots of questions to make sure we got what we wanted in the food selections. She took us to quit a few places and also wrote cafe suggestions down for each one of us in the areas by our hotels which was awesome. I would totally recommend this tour tour to anyone who loves sweets, coffee and even a little wine as well!

ewoolf22

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2017

Andrea met us at a pre-arranged location and we, along with one other family, started our tour with a little Hungarian sweet wine. We then walked to a coffee house where we tried 2 types of coffee and our first cake of the day. We had gelato and multiple cake stops. Honestly, not sure if there were 5 or 6 stops. I do know that Andrea was a font of information about what we were eating as well as the city of Budapest. We enjoyed the tour immensely and would definitely recommend this tour if you are visiting Budapest.

Mary A. S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

Gabriella was a, excellent guide with great knowledge about food and the history of Budapest. We frequently revisited many of the food locations that she took us to. We tried fantastic cakes and saw beautiful cafes on the tour. Her guidance and recommendations were invaluable to us during our two week stay in Budapest. We thoroughly enjoyed her sharing of her love of food and Budapest with us.

Bejay U

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2016

Definitely worth going on the Budapest Sweet and Coffeehouse Walk. I had a great time!! There are so many coffeehouses in Budapest, more than I realised. I definitely got to sample a wide variety of coffee coffee with honey, which was amazing and different types of sweets. I previously did a Culinary tour as well which was great too and I recommend that as well. My guide was very informative and we walked through some interesting parts of the city.

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