Ideal Budapest City Tour

  • Tour code: 445-2948
  • Available: Daily (Apr- Mar)
  • Depart from: Budapest, Hungary
  • Duration: 4 Hours
From USD$38

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Visit Budapest, (Citadella, BU, City Park, BU, Dohany Street Synagogue, BU, Fisherman's Bastion, BU, Gellert Hill, BU, Heroes Square, BU, Hungarian Parliament Building, BU, Matthias Church, BU, St. Stephen's Basilica, BU, State Opera House, BU, Szechenyi Medicinal Baths, BU, Vajdahunyad Castle, BU).

Pricing Details

Adult:$38
Child:$19
  • Children younger than 2 years old may participate for free.

Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Budapest
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Day 1 Budapest

Guests will be picked up from their hotels to begin this tour. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations. This is the most personal, informative, and enjoyable group tour of Budapest. For about 4 hours, we will walk the streets of this beautiful city. Beginning in City Park, we will make our way to Heroes Square and see Vajdahunyad Castle and the Szechenyi Spa. Walking along Andrassy Avenue will take us past the State Opera House before we see the Dohany Street Synagogue, St. Stephen's Basilica, and the Hungarian Parliament Building. In the Castle District, we will see Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion before we walk up Gellert Hill to the Citadella. The tour will end in the city center.

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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    This lovely little park in the heart of Budapest is a great place to go to have a picnic or people-watch. Inside the park is Vajdahunyad Castle, the Szechenyi Medicinal Baths, and the Municipal Zoological and Botanical Gardens.
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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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    Completed in 1908, this castle in City Park features components from multiple styles of European architecture (Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance). There is a statue of actor Bela Lugosi on the grounds, who is known for playing Count Dracula.
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    These relaxing, rejuvenating thermal baths are located in a beautiful building in Budapest's City Park. The water contains, sulfate, calcium, magnesium, and other minerals that are reported to have beneficial affects on joint pain and orthopedic conditions.
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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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    The largest synagogue in Europe, this structure was built in the mid-1800s in the Moorish revival style, though it also features influences from Byzantine, Romantic, and Gothic styles. The interior features golden frescoes and a large pipe organ.
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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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    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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    This prominent hillside in Budapest provides exquisite views of the city and both directions of the Danube River. In the present day, the area is an upscale neighborhood, and many foreign embassies keep their houses around the hill.
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    This large fortress rests on the top of Gellert Hill, overlooking the Danube River. Built from 1851-54, the view from the top of the walls is stunning. During the Hungarian Revolution in the 1950s, Soviet troops occupied the fortress.

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