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Budapest Card: Public Transport, 30+ Top Attractions & Tours

1. Budapest Card: Public Transport, 30+ Top Attractions & Tours

Explore, visit, and taste the best of Budapest with the official city pass. Enjoy unlimited public transportation and free entry to more than 30 attractions included. Take a guided sightseeing tour of Buda and Pest, freshen up at St. Lukacs Thermal Bath, and enjoy discounts of up to 50 percent at attractions, cafes, restaurants, and shops. Museums that can be visited free of charge with the Budapest Card: • Hungarian National Gallery • Hungarian National Museum • Museum of Fine Arts • Budapest History Museum – Castle Museum • Memento Park – Statue Park Museum • Robert Capa Contemporary Photography Center • House of Hungarian Photographers – Mai Manó House • Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art • Budapest History Museum – Aquincum Museum • Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts • Vasarely Museum • Budapest History Museum – Kiscell Museum • Csopa Science Center Other attractions included in the Budapest Card: • Free visit at Budatower • Free visit at Pálvölgyi Cave • Free Official Budapest Castle Bus • Free Pest and Buda guided walking tours • Free admission to St. Lukács Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool • Free ride on Zugliget Chairlift Discounted experiences with the Budapest Card: • 50% discount off the guided tours at Liszt Music Academy • 50% discount at St. Stephen's Hall - Buda Castle • 25% discount on Legenda city cruises • 25% discount at Hospital in the Rock - nuclear bunker museum • 20% discount at City Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off • 20% discount at the Széchenyi Bath, Rudas Bath, Aquaworld Resort, Lupa Beach • 15% discount on door-to-door airport transfer by miniBUD • 10% discount at Dohany Street Synagogue • 10-20% discount at Molnár's Kürtőskalács, Halaszbastya Restaurant, Zsolnay Café, Parisi Passage Cafe, Cafe Astoria, Hard Rock Café Budapest Card 72 Plus With the Budapest Card 72 Plus, you’ll get access to the 100+ services included in the Budapest Card and: • Door-to-door airport transfers by MiniBUD airport shuttle • Danube river cruise with Legenda Duna Bella • Return ride on the Buda Castle Funicular • Admission to Matthias Church • Hungarian dessert (Molnár’s kürtőskalács)

Budapest: Guided Downtown Electric Bike Tour

2. Budapest: Guided Downtown Electric Bike Tour

Explore Budapest, the so-called "Paris of the East," on a comfortable on a brand new e-bike from the leading German manufacturer, Kalkhoff. First up, take in the full-length of the Andrássy Avenue passing the Hungarian State Opera House, the House of Terror, and arrive at Heroes' Square. You can be sure your guide will have all the stories along the way. From Heroes' Square, continue into City Park where you’ll be surprised by a fake castle and the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, the largest and most popular in the city. The trip continues with highlights like the Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music and the Jewish Quarter before diving into the downtown area.  See and learn about St. Stephen's Basilica, largest church in Budapest. In the heart of the financial district lies Liberty Square with a bloody history and a disputed Holocaust memorial. From here it is not far to the Hungarian Parliament Building, a landmark in Budapest. Next, reach the Danube River with a breathtaking view on the Buda side of the city. Cross Margaret Bridge using a nice bicycle lane and arrive at Buda and EuroVelo 6, an international bicycle way along the Danube River. Ride down to Batthyany-Square, take a picture of the parliament across the river, and continue to Széchenyi Chain Bridge, from where you will start to climb Castle Hill. Here the electric support of your bike will show its strength. Admire Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion before returning to the Shoes on the Danube Bank and passing the historical Rudas Bath. At Gellért Hill, see the famous Gellért Thermal Bath cross back to Pest via Liberty Bridge, the most popular bridge in Budapest. Do not miss the Central Market Hall and the Hungarian National Museum before you reach the Dohány Street Synagogue, the final stop on the tour before you return to the starting point of the tour.

Budapest: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

3. Budapest: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Download a vibrant MP3 Self-Guided Audio Tour combined with a fully detailed map of the area of your tour. Welcome to Budapest, the Queen of the Danube. There are many different landmarks to see in this beautiful city, including Heroes' Square, with its its iconic statue complex featuring the seven chieftains of the Magyars, and the fascinating House of Terror with exhibits related to the communist and fascist regimes in 20th-century Hungary. You will also see: The magnficent St Stephen's Basilica, with is superb stained glass windows and an interior full of splendid artworks The Budapest Opera house, one of the finest opera houses in the world The Great Synagogue and Jewish Museum The Hungarian National Museum The massive Central Market Hall Váci út Vorosmarty ter Szechenyi Istvan ter There are many fascinating sights to see in Budapest. There is something for everyone. Your tour. Your way.

Budapest: Hungarian National Museum Tour with Wine & Dinner

4. Budapest: Hungarian National Museum Tour with Wine & Dinner

Take a special guided tour of the Hungarian National Museum and discover the highlights of its exhibitions. After your tour, enjoy a dinner of Hungarian specialties in an intimate, cozy environment with unlimited consumption of beer, wine, and soft drinks. Upon arrival, meet your guide and enjoy some welcome drinks, including terroir champagne made using traditional methods from the Patricius Winery in the Tokaj wine region. Then, embark on your guided tour of the museum. Admire some of the notable treasures of the exhibition with your expert guide who will provide additional context about the items on display. See the Coronation Mantle which is considered the most precious of the items kept in the Hungarian National Museum. Discover more about the founders of the museum, King (Saint) István I and Queen Gizella, who are depicted in a central position in the grand building. Uncover the Seuso treasure, an rich treasure trove from the late period of the Roman Empire (IV-V centuries). See an opulent festive feasting set, including vessels used for cleansing and beautification. Stroll through the Széchényi Hall, embellished with priceless monuments. Decorated with Slavonian oak paneling, see the collection of Herczog silverware and admire some the most beautiful pieces of the Hungarian ceramic and glass collection. After the guided tour, enjoy a dinner consisting of more than 10 courses of Hungarian specialties. Try the iconic dishes of Hungarian cuisine such as Goulash soup, Chicken paprikash, and Dobos cake. Help yourself to unlimited drinks and choose a special gift from the gift shop onsite.

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What people are saying about Hungarian National Museum

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 67 reviews

we used public transportation for free which was great. it's impossible to do everything that's included in the card so we had to be selective, we used the castle bus, went to the tower and the. to one of the castle museums which was very impressive. we also went to a photography museum and then ran out of time to do more things! great value for money

Just a very good card. Determine the need beforehand. The start is due to the entry on the card. Made big profit. Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest was outstanding. Remember in advance that the booking must be changed to a card. Clear recommendation.

It was worth it. Everything was very organized and we were served quickly. Many free admissions and discounts to museums, thermal baths, etc. I highly recommend

You can see a lot with the Kart and it's easy to drive around the city. During two days we visited many places in Budapest.

It allows access to any public transport and therefore allowed us to see all of Budapest in just 24 hours.