Duration: 2,5 hours
Don’t have that much time? Let us take you around Budapest in a rapid way, but still see the most important things so you can return home with a good conscience.
Things we will see:
- State Opera
- St. Stephen’s Basilica
- Castle District
- Danube promenade with the panorama of the St. Gellért Hill
- Hotel pick up
- A 24 hour ticket for the public transportation of Budapest
- A coffee at the Castle District with pastry tasting
- Lots of recommendations, tips, interesting stories and legends about Budapest
Full tour description:
We meet you at your hotel or anywhere where you would like to meet your guide. We give you a small summary about what we are going to see in Budapest on the walking tour, handing out the public transportation tickets and then the fun begins.
This tour’s basic idea is to save time and still able to fit in as much as possible if you are on a short visit in our city.
First of all, we will visit the State Opera house on the Andrássy avenue which is considered to be the Paris of the East, with its magnificent buildings and architectural masterpieces.
Then we will have a look at the St. Stephen’s Basilica, the biggest catholic church of Budapest, which has a really important relic inside, the mummified right fist of our first king Stephen. After visiting Budapest’s biggest catholic church, we head out to the Academy of Sciences, to the Széchenyi square to check out the panorama of the Buda side and also to talk about the biggest Hungarian: Széchenyi, what the Széchenyi thermal bath was named after.
From here our tour continues to the castle area, to check out the cobble stone covered medieval castle village, and the Buda Castle itself. Having seen the Royal Palace, we will take a decent coffee break at the Fisherman’s Bastion, next to the Matthias Church whit it’s fascinating panorama of the Pest side, where also our tour will be finishing.