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Grand Budapest Scooter Tour

4.9 / 5

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Activity provider: Budapest Scooter Tour

Grand Budapest Scooter Tour

Activity provider: Budapest Scooter Tour

From US$ 60.52 per person

Discover the highlights of Budapest in a fun and exciting way riding on a scooter. Marvel at the iconic landmarks and astonishing views and learn about local history on a spectacular 4-hour tour.

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Duration 4 hours
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  • Enjoy a spectacular tour of Budapest riding on a scooter and learn about history
  • Zip through picturesque riverbanks and bridges and elegant avenues
  • Marvel at grand palaces and churches from the Austro-Hungarian Empire
  • Tour through the cobblestone streets of the historic Buda Castle District
  • Admire Budapest’s astonishing panorama from its famous hilltop lookouts
Full description
Our signature Grand Budapest Scooter Tour is a perfect option for you if you would like to explore the city highlights in a fun and exciting way riding a scooter. On this spectacular 4-hour tour, you will zip through Budapest’s picturesque riverbanks and bridges and elegant avenues, the cobblestone streets of its historic Castle District, and the winding roads of Buda hills, and marvel at grand palaces and churches from the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the astonishing views of the city. This unique experience will also give you an insight into Hungarian history and culture. It is a private tour exclusively for you and your group to make sure you ride your scooter at a comfortable pace to your riding skill and to provide you with a tailor-made experience. If you have a particular interest, you can ask the guide to customize the tour for you. After a short riding lesson, start exploring the city on the Pest side, remarkable for its elegant 19th-century architecture. Drive along the picturesque Danube riverbanks and bridges, the elegant Andrassy Avenue, and wonder at the Opera House and grand 19th-century palaces. Visit the monumental Heroes’ Square and learn about Hungarian history in a nutshell, then tour through the charming City Park, passing by the Zoo, the Great Circus, Széchenyi Bath, and Vajdahunyad Castle. Marvel at St Stephen's Basilica and the Hungarian Parliament Building, the two largest and tallest buildings in Budapest, then cross the river Danube and explore the Buda side, famous for its medieval castle and astonishing hilltop views. Tour through the cobblestone streets of the historic Buda Castle District, visit the Royal Palace, the 700-year-old iconic Matthias Church, and wonder at the stunning view from Fisherman’s Bastion, the most famous lookout in Budapest. At last, drive along the winding roads of Gellert Hill up to the Citadel and Liberty Statue and admire the unparalleled view of Budapest.
  • Easy-to-drive automatic scooter
  • Safety helmet
  • Fuel
  • 3rd party liability insurance
  • English-speaking tour guide
  • Intercom radio with a headset
  • Meals, drinks, and admission tickets are not included only if explicitly specified in the tour programme.
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
  • People without driver’s license

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Meeting point

Budapest Scooter Tour's office is located at 1053 Budapest Vámház körút 10. The office is located inside the house courtyard. In case the gate is closed ring doorbell number #2. The office is conveniently located in the city center between Kálvin tér and Fővám tér- Grand Central Market Hall. With public transport, take the Metro 3 (blue line) and get off Kálvin tér. Take the exit Vámház körút and walk 650 feet (200 meters) on the right hand side of the street in the directon of Fővám tér (Grand Central Market Hall, Szabadság híd ( Liberty Bridge "the green bridge"). You can also take the metro 4 (green line) or trams 2, 47, and 49, and get off Fővám tér and walk 330 feet (100 meters) in the direction of Kalvin tér on the left hand side of the street.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Driver's license

Not allowed

  • High-heeled shoes
  • Alcohol and drugs
  • Slippers

Know before you go

  • You will need:
  • Valid driving license
  • 50 cc scooter: car ( "B") or moped (AM) license
  • 125 cc scooter: motorbike license EU "A1" "A2" or"A" category or international equivalent
  • Please note:
  • The driver is liable for all damages caused to the scooter at his/her fault up to a maximum of 500 EUR.
  • All scooters are insured against property damage that might be inflicted on a third party as a result of an accident involving the scooter.
  • Driver must be at least 18 years old or accompanied by an adult
  • 50 cc scooters are only for 1 person and you cannot carry additional passengers.
Customer reviews

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4.9 /5

based on 10 reviews

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Great way to see the city.

Great way to see the city and it's sites. But make sure you're comfortable riding motorcycles(Even if they're just scooters) 2 people on our tour had never riden, let alone in another country, in their traffic. They both had minor crashes, and one needed to go to hospital as her knee was banged up fairly bad. Have a test ride first, if you're not comfortable. "Don't do it".

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July 24, 2017

Tolle Stadtrundfahrt

Die Rollertour ist sehr empfehlenswert, auch für diejenige, die noch nie mit einem Roller gefahren sind. Der Tourleiter ist super freundlich erklärt alles ganz deutlich(auf Englisch). Nach den ersten 10-15 Minuten, die man braucht, um sich an den Roller anzugewöhnen, geht es ganz leicht. Man besucht alle wichtigen Orte in Budapest.

June 24, 2015


Tolles Erlebnis!

Die Leute machen alles richtig! Sie sind super freundlich, haben schöne Touren ausgearbeitet und gewährleisten sichere Fahrten auf modernen China-Rollern. Unterwegs erfährt man über Funk alles Wichtige über die Stadt. Etwas Übung im Umgang mit motorisierten Zweirädern sollte man haben, dann jedoch lernt man die Stadt auf eine ganz besonders schöne Art kennen! Absolut empfehlenswert!

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August 6, 2014


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