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Budapest: Guided City Sights Tour by E-Scooter

1. Budapest: Guided City Sights Tour by E-Scooter

Enjoy the sights of Budapest in four different ways. See the Parliament or Buda Castle, take a grand tour of the city, or get a new perspective on Budapest with a sunset and night tour. Check out the Parliament buildings in the historic heart of the city on the Parliament Tour. Take in panoramic views of Buda and snap some wonderful photos. Explore the charming Castle District around enormous Buda Castle on the Buda Castle tour. See Mathias Church, enjoy the beautiful Fisherman's Bastion, and discover the historical atmosphere of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Take the Grand City Tour to see both Buda Castle and the Parliament in one day, or go with the sunset and nighttime option to see beautiful Budapest at sunset from its two highest points at the castle and citadel.

Budapest: 1956 Revolution Memorial Private Tour

2. Budapest: 1956 Revolution Memorial Private Tour

Discover one of the most significant periods in Hungarian history by learning about the Revolution of 1956. With your guide, explore sites of historical significance and learn about the communist era of Hungary. Historians still argue what to call the events that were triggered by a peaceful solidarity rally of Hungarian students with the Polish people on October 23rd, 1956. It has been described as a rebellion, revolt, uprising, popular uprising, revolution, counter-revolution, or War of Independence. Visit the site of Bloody Thursday in Kossuth Lajos Square, Budapest. Little is known about the exact numbers of revolutionaries who were killed, but it ranges between 22 and 1000 or so people. See the former party headquarters of the Hungarian communist government. Make a stop at the statue of Imre Nagy the Prime Minister of Hungary, and leader of the Revolution, who was executed for treason in 1958 by Soviet forces. Visit Bem Square where 200,000 Hungarian students protested against Soviet rule in 1956 followed by a coffee in the iconic Bambi café. Go to the statue of revolutionary Sándor Petöfi a focal point where political gatherings took place in 1956, and still do to this day. See the building of the Hungarian Radio, one of the epicentres of fighting in 1956 - it was from here revolutionaries begged for help from the world.

Budapest: Life Under Communism Private Tour

3. Budapest: Life Under Communism Private Tour

Take this tour and transport yourself back to the previous century for an amazing, interactive presentation of everyday life in the 1960s and through to the late 1980s. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for history buffs, this educational tour will provide an overview of how the system worked and will give a first-hand picture of life back then contrasted with the changes of the past fifty years. Apart from entering this retro world, your skilled guides will highlight how decades of communism have impacted Hungary and the remnants of those bygone years that remain today. The program is conducted by Annamaria and Miklos and starts at Bambi Eszpresszó, a symbolic meeting place of the 1980s.

Budapest: Jewish Memorial e-Scooter Tour

4. Budapest: Jewish Memorial e-Scooter Tour

The easiest and most convenient way to get to know Budapest is to go by e-Scooter! Our sightseeings are thorough without unnecessary time-wasting. Just some benefits: -no driver’s licence needed -no need to walk around the city for hours pointlessly -see more sights in a shorter amount of time -way more exciting than a sightseeing bus This comprehensive 2-hour guided tour will offer a memorable and insightful combination of their rich cultural, historical and religious heritage. Explore the Shoes Memorial, the second largest synagogue of the World - known as Dohány Street synagogue-: the Tree of Life, the Holocaust Cementery, the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park, the Tree of Life, and Liberty Square. Offered every day with guaranteed departures. Quality is our priority: a small group of up to 8 guests ensures an intimate experience. The Hungarian Jewish culture has bloomed for over 200 years and today hosts the largest and most active community of Eastearn Europe. Learn about the turbulent Jewish history, the peaceful present days and know the heroes who saved Jewish lives during World WarII.

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What people are saying about Március 15. Square

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 63 reviews

The best way to explore the city if you are short on time.Fortunately I was the only one on the tour and it was like a private tour.Lots of time spent at different locations and the guide even took photos of me.Definitely recommend this. Just be careful with the scooter handling though it can get a bit tricky.

Absolutely brilliant fun! Bikes took a bit of getting used to, but once you get the knack it’s fantastic fun and a great way to see the city with a friendly and informative guide.

It was a lot of fun :-) One recommendation - even though it is not mandatory to put a helmet on the scooter, I highly recommend it.

We were group og 12 ppl and all experience was just amazing. Guide was great, made Hungarys history fun and interesting to listen!

Excellent experience. Guide was brilliant. So much fun!