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Budapest: 2-Hour Bike Tour

Budapest: 2-Hour Bike Tour

From US$ 25.75 per person

See the most important and beautiful sights in Budapest in just 2 hours. This bike tour is a great way to get an amazing overview of Budapest while capturing some great photos.

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Duration 2 hours
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  • Discover one of the most beautiful cities within Europe
  • See the Basilica, Liberty Square, Parliament, and Margit Bridge
  • Enjoy the architecture and the pleasant atmosphere of Budapest
  • Visit the Pest side and see the Shoes on the Danube Bank
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Start from the famous Andrassy Street, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and head into the Downtown area. See St. Stephen’s Basilica, then enter Budapest's Wall Street and see a controversial memorial of the dark parts of history. Learn why a Soviet Army memorial is standing in front of the US-Embassy.

Continue your ride to parliament. On the way, witness the bullet holes of street fighting and let the Danube Panorama. Visit the Danube Banks, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, ideally discovered by bike. Cross Margit Bridge to follow the Eurovelo 6, a trans-European bicycle way. 

See the amazing Chain Bridge, have a view while on Castle Hill and Citadella. Pass Elisabeth Bridge, an old Turkish Bath, and the famous Gellert. Cross the beautiful, box girder Liberty Bridge to get to the Grand Market Hall, and return downtown back to the starting point at Andrassy Street.

  • 2-hour bike tour
  • Guide
  • Refreshing drink
  • Meals and additional drinks
Not suitable for
  • Pregnant women
  • People with mobility impairments
  • Wheelchair users

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Meeting point

1075 Budapest, Madach Imre út 12, at the rear part of Madach Square at Gozsdu court. Please look for Bike & Relax. Public transportation: Deak Square with metro M1, M2, M3, airport bus 100E, trams 47, 48, 49.

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
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Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 10 reviews

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The bike tour was amazing. Had a hard time finding the place but eventually found it! We went on a 2-3 hour bike tour. It was incredible how much of the city you can see within this time frame. We stopped many times to check out spots. The guide did a great job explaining the history behind the city and gave an incredible overview of it all as well. Highly recommend doing this tour. My butt was sore after the ride but that was expected since I am not a biker. So maybe bring something to help cushion the seat. That long on a bike when you are not used to it will get sore after a little bit.

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April 8, 2019

Also in December a wonderful, highly recommended tour, preferably right at the beginning of the holiday, nicer than any bus tour. Our group was just our family of 4 so it was super individual. We had high-quality, safe bikes and a very nice and competent guide who gave us a lot of information about the buildings and history at numerous stops. In two hours (it was even longer) we had a great overview of the most beautiful places in Budapest and the special flair of the city! Everything was very relaxed and the route along the Danube on safe bike paths was particularly beautiful. A tour that is recommended for almost all age groups. In addition, we got many tips for our vacation time in Budapest. An all-round successful experience!

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December 28, 2018

Great knowledge

Although cold, Thomas gave myself and my partner a great tour around the major sites in Budapest. What was even better than the sites was his knowledge of the city and certain places that make it what it is today.

January 27, 2019

Product ID: 186315