The city that was founded in 1873 has a history of more than 2000 years. Learn more about this on the tour while looking at the main sights of Budapest, such as: Hero’s Square, City Park with its romantic castle, Andrássy Blvd., St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Parliament, Castle district, the Citadel and much more. To quench your thirst, there’s always a possibility to taste some good Hungarian wines in the King’s Winery.
Interesting stories about the houses of Budapest’s most famous street, Váci. Get to know Buda while walking on the Pest side’s Danube bank!
Want to know why Budapest is called the “Pearl of the Danube”? Let me take you for a night ride to experience the Pearl when it’s the shiniest of all. Explore the lights and be fascinated by a real jewel.
The evening tour is organized by car and takes you to the following sights: view of the river Danube from Fisherman's Bastion, the old Chain Bridge lights, Andrássy Blvd. with its elegant buildings, Hero's Square statues, the old Castle in the City Park and a lot more: We take a final look at the city from the Citadel.
This is a special way of getting acquainted with the city. We’ll get some bikes and helmets and go for a ride in the city. The sightseeing tour includes all the main sights (see Budapest City Tour), but there’s also a possibility to enlarge the tour and enjoy the nature in Buda. Prepare for a great ride!.
What would Budapest be without its Jewish citizens? Find out about the answer and about the ups and downs of Hungarian history by visiting synagogues, ruin bars, by looking at beautiful art nouveau buildings and by discovering a piece of the Budapest Ghetto wall.