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Budapest: Private 4-Hour Walking Tour with a Local

Budapest: Private 4-Hour Walking Tour with a Local

From US$ 239.62 per group up to 15

This private walk through Budapest is a chance to get off the beaten path and see hidden gems, or to see the most important sights, if you prefer. Go antique hunting, or discover the city's architecture or cuisine on this personally tailored excursion.

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Duration 4 hours
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Live tour guide
English, Spanish, French, German, Italian
Pickup included
Your personal guide will meet you in your hotel's reception area.
Private group

Experience

Highlights
  • See some of Budapest’s hidden gems
  • Visit the sites of interest to you on this flexible tour
  • Learn about the fascinating history of Hungary
Full description
Discover Budapest on a flexible private walking tour that can be completely tailored to your interests. Spend a half-day with your personal guide, who will meet you at your Budapest hotel at an agreed time. You can see hidden gems as well as the most beautiful sights of the capital, such as Heroes’ Square. You might choose to hunt for antiques, learn about the city’s architecture, or head off on a gastronomic expedition. Hear about the tumultuous history of the city and the nation. Enjoy the pleasant atmosphere and the beautiful parks. See the amazing Szechenyi Bath and the picturesque Vajdahunyad Castle. Travel by the first subway line in continental Europe and stop at the gorgeous State Opera House to hear some interesting facts and stories about the building. Admire the splendid architecture St. Stephen's Basilica, the 2nd-largest church in Hungary. See the sights of Castle Hill, such as the 700-year-old Matthias Church, and the Fisherman’s Bastion with its 7 towers and terrace overlooking Pest. Take a public bus from the Castle District and travel with your guide up Gellért Hill. Learn about the legend of Bishop Gellért, and the history of the Citadel and the Statue of Liberty. From the top of Gellért Hill you’ll enjoy a spectacular panorama of the city. After walking down the hill you’ll see the Art Nouveau architecture of the Gellert baths. Don’t miss the Great Market Hall, the largest indoor market in the city. Take advantage of this unique tour, seeing and doing what interests you most!
Includes
  • Professional personal guide
  • Entrance fees to optional sites
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)

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  • Comfortable shoes are recommended.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 21 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.8/5
  • Transportation
    2.5/5
  • Value for money
    4.5/5
  • Service
    5/5

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Eva our guide is a wonderful woman. The tour was amazing reach of so many informations she provided us that we wanted to write everything down. She is really like the perfect guide should be. Gentle, kind, emphatic, full of knowledge about the history and not only. It was a great experience thanks to her. We are really satisfied. Thank you Eva!

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June 5, 2019

Overview in a huge city

With the individually designed city tour you get a good insight into the various sights and can then decide which places you would like to visit again. Our guide - Agnes - really impressed us with her immense knowledge of the city and its history. We really enjoyed the tour with her. At this point, many thanks again!

May 27, 2019

Very competent, humorous, highly recommended

We spent half a day with Péter Balogh, who informed us very competently about the history and the individual sights of the city. But we would also like to emphasize that Péter speaks excellent German and was therefore able to tell one or the other anecdote in a very humorous way. So: If you want to get to know Budapest, in German, through a likeable contemporary, you should come back to Péter...

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July 16, 2017

Product ID: 32644