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Budapest: Nighttime Sightseeing Cruise

1. Budapest: Nighttime Sightseeing Cruise

Get a different perspective on Budapest's landmarks with a sightseeing cruise at nighttime. Cruise under the city's beautiful bridges, see the riverside promenade, and check out other Budapest sights. During the cruise, pass under some of Budapest's most well-known bridges: the Chain Bridge with its guardian lions, the Elizabeth Bridge, and the Liberty Bridge, famous for connecting the Central Market Hall with the Gellert Spa. Cruise by the Danube Promenade and take in Vigadó Square. See the statue of Saint Gellért atop Gellert Hill, as well as the Royal Palace and the Parliament. Purchase a cold beer in the summer months or a warm tea in the winter months.

Budapest: Guided E-Bike Tour

2. Budapest: Guided E-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: Private City Tuk-Tuk Tour & Boat Cruise

3. Budapest: Private City Tuk-Tuk Tour & Boat Cruise

This tour takes you to see the famous sights of Budapest, such as the Andrássy Avenue, old Jewish District, Gellért Baths, Citadel, Castle District, Margaret Bridge and the Government District and Parliament. Your tuk-tuk driver is also your personal guide, so sit back and enjoy his stories and insights as he takes you on a tour catered to your interests, temperament and pace. Every tuk-tuk is equipped with a tablet to give passengers access to PocketGuide, the audio tour application. Other sites on this tour include the Hungarian State Opera House, Heroes' Square, Széchenyi Spa, Great Synagogue, Petite Paris, Great Market Hall, Liberty Bridge, Philosopher's Garden, Castle Garden Bazaar, Chain Bridge and Matthias Church and Fisherman's Bastion. Following the Tuk-Tuk tour, enjoy a 1-hour and 10-minute boat tour along the River Danube. Relax and watch as the city's sights float by.

Budapest: City Bike Tour with Coffee Stop

4. Budapest: City Bike Tour with Coffee Stop

Explore Budapest by bike and see the Hungarian capital's sights while learning about its fascinating history. Starting from the Andrassy Boulevard, you’ll pass the Opera House and then take a ride up to Heroes’ Square to learn about Hungarian history and culture. Then see the Vajdahunyad Castle complex, built to display Hungarian architecture for the 1896 World Expo, and Szechenyi Bathhouse. Next you’ll see St. Stephen’s Basilica and Liberty Square. The square is home to the last Soviet memorial and imposing Hungarian Parliament. From the riverbank you can enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage beautiful panorama over the Castle District: Matthias Church, Royal Palace and the Fisherman’s Bastion where your guide will explain in details about the sights. You will then cross the Margit Bridge over to the Buda side. Here you’ll ride along the banks of the Danube taking in the Chain Bridge, Clark Adam Square, Elizabeth Bridge, Rudas baths and the famous Gellert hotel and baths before crossing the Liberty Bridge back over to the Pest side to see the Grand Market Hall, before turning back onto Andrassy Boulevard and checking out the Opera House before finishing the tour.

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What people are saying about Liberty Bridge

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 102 reviews

Our group comprised 30 - 70yrs of age and we all easily managed this very enjoyable sightseeing tour of Budapest. Highly recommended and we had a fantastic guide who was very informative and extremely conscientious..

incredible very beautiful and spectacular with beautiful views and you do not notice anything that is sailing since you do not notice being on a boat. I recommend doing it at night, it's unforgettable.

Fantastic cruise! It is worth going in the evening, when the city is illuminated, a unique atmosphere is guaranteed. English speaking guide and cool background music. I recommend !

Excellent excursion with lots of sights lit up in darkness of night. Well worth it! Make sure to find a good vantage point outside if you can.

Great tour, very accommodating when we were running late as the metro line by our hotel was closed