Budapest City Tour by Bike

  • Tour code: 145-2948
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Budapest, Hungary
  • Duration: 3 Hours
From USD$29.28

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Visit Budapest (Buda Castle, Fisherman's Bastion, Gresham Palace, Heroes Square, House of Terror, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungarian Parliament Building, Liberty Square, Matthias Church, Sandor Palace, St. Stephen's Basilica, State Opera House).

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  • Day 1 Budapest
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Day 1 Budapest

Why punish your feet by walking? There is no better way to see the sights and learn about the history of Budapest by joining one of these amazing bike tours. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations. We will spend the day touring both sides of this city that rests on the Danube as part of a small group, a perfect orientation to the best the city has to offer. The highlights of our tour will be the Hungarian Parliament Building, Matthias Church, the Fisherman's Bastion, the labyrinths of Buda Castle and Sandor Palace on the Buda side. Then, on the Pest side of the river, we will see Gresham Palace, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, St. Stephen's Basilica, and Liberty Square. After this, we will head to Heroes Square via Andrassy Avenue, passing the State Opera House and the House of Terror. Then the tour will end.

Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and is routinely considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A large area of the city is considered a World Heritage Site by the United Nations.

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    One of Europe's oldest legislative buildings, the seat of Hungary's National Assembly is an iconic landmark on the banks of the Danube River in Budapest. It is both the largest and tallest building in the country.
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    This impressive and dramatic Gothic cathedral in Budapest was built in the late 1300s, although local tradition claims it dates back to the 12th century. It houses an Ecclesiastical-art museum that contains replicas of the Hungarian royal jewels.
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    The Fisherman's Bastion on the Buda side of the Danube River in Hungary is an incredible white-stone viewing terrace with conical towers. It was built in the 1890s and gets its name from the fisherman's guild that once defended the area.
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    Completed in 1265, for generations this castle was the historical residency of the Hungarian kings. The medieval castle was destroyed in a 16th century siege of the city, and the palace was rebuilt in the Baroque style.
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    Just north of Buda Castle lies this palace, the primary residence for the president of Hungary. It was originally built in the early 19th century, destroyed during World War II, and restored in the late 1980s.
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    Built in 1906, this Art Nouveau palace, Gresham Palace was originally designed as an office building and apartment building. In the present day, it houses a luxurious Four Seasons Hotel. It's current owners have done a great deal of restoration.
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    This building houses the most prominent leraning society in all of Hungary, which was formed in 1825. Designed by the architect Friedrich August Stuler, the current neo-Renaissance building was inaugurated in 1865.
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    This neoclassical basilica in Budapest is named for Stephen, the first king of Hungary, whose hand is said to be buried in within the church. One of the three tallest buildings in the country, it's construction was completed in 1904.
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    This large public square in the Lipotvaros neighborhood of Budapest mixes business and residential buildings, many of which are built in the Art Nouveau style of architecture. There is a monument to the liberation of Hungary from Nazi occupation.
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    The centerpiece of this famous square in Budapest is a series of statues known as the Millennium Memorial. The statues are of the leaders of the nine tribes that founded Hungary as well as other historic Hungarian figures.
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    This magnificent and ornate neo-Renaissance building was opened in 1884 to house the city's opera and classical music performances. The famous composer Gustav Mahler served as the opera director from 1887-91.
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    This museum on Andrassy Avenue, opened in 2002, houses exhibits that detail the history of both the fascist Nazi and Soviet communist regimes that governed over Hungary in the 20th century.
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    Chain Bridge should be one of the most famous landmark of Budapest





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