Budapest is one of Europe’s great cultural capitals.
Over the past few decades, Budapest has re-emerged as one of the continent’s iconic cities. Split by the Danube and many bridges connect the two parts.
City tour by bus
Meet your guide at your hotel and begin the program in Pest.
Drive along the elegant Andrássy Avenue, the “Champs-Élysées” of Budapest. Continue to Heroes’ Square, representing 1,000 years of Hungarian history. Going through the historical Jewish district admire the neolog synagogue. Across the river, explore the more traditional Buda side of the city. Visit the Citadel on top of Gellert Hill and pulsate together with the city from the most iconic viewpoint. Arriving to the Castle District up on the hilltop, enjoy the panoramic view of the city from the Fishermen’s Bastion and Matthias Church (the coronation spot of several Hungarian monarchs). Returning to your hotel driving along the riverbank you can take pictures of the beautiful Hungarian Parliament.
Walking tour in the city centre
Budapest always was a beautiful city but the real revival of the capital started after the political systemic change. Explore Budapest’s hidden gems by walking around the Jewish quarter with its triangle of the extraordinary synagogues and Andrássy Avenue.
From the Jewish quarter, we will walk to Andrássy Avenue, which is famous for its architecture and high fashion shops. At the end of the tour, you can enjoy a little time in one of the most famous café of Budapest.
Budapest by boat
Budapest dazzles at night, so get a romantic new perspective on the Hungarian capital with this popular evening cruise. Glide down the Danube River past illuminated landmarks like the impressive Parliament Building, sparkling bridges, lively Pest promenade, and Buda Castle, illuminated Liberty statue atop the Gellért Hill and many more…Kick off the festive, hour-long voyage in a private boat with a welcome drink of sparkling wine and good music. Tour will start and finish at your hotel by bus to and back from the boat with your guide.
Romantic walk at Buda Castle
Walking tour of Castle Hill, take the funicular to the top. Explore the cobblestone streets and pathways of Buda, Stroll around the grounds of the Royal Palace with its beautiful garden established by the beloved queen of the Hungarians, Sissy (or Queen Elisabeth), and witness the Changing of the Guard. See the beautiful Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion, and stroll along quaint streets lined with coffeehouses. The tour will stop to enjoy a good coffee and cake in one of them.