Pearls of Budapest’s architecture II
3 days in Budapest
|Transportation:||Car & walking|
See your guide: Krisztina T.I am committed to offer a comprehensive sight of Budapest’s great architectural variety driving through an extended area showing you beautiful buildings from the Middle Ages through the Art Nouveau and Art Deco period to modern architecture.
I drive you through the wonders of Budapest with my elegant, air conditioned and safe,recent model VW Passat limousine. I’m said to be a good driver as well, so you can just relax and enjoy Budapest’s fascinating harmony, of its great architectural variety and listen to its interesting and diverse history, culture and traditions including ethnography gastronomy etc. I can modify the route according to your desire and guided by my organizational suggestions.
5 hour hours Budapest explorer city tour by car:
Driving and walking to take photos. We can visit any church/synagogue or museum you wish.
The Castle Hill in the historic district
Matthias (or Our Lady) Church Medieval splendor on the Holy Trinity Square
Fishermen’s Bastion with romantic Neo-Romanesque arcades,
Vienna Gate, National Archives, Museum & Institute of Military History,
The solitary tower of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, driving along the aristocratic Úri utca.
Ruszwurm Confectioner was the favorite one in Buda of Empress/Queen Elisabeth
Other historic buildings
Castle Theatre: the former Carmelite Monastery
Presidential Palace with outstanding Neo-Classical architecture,
Royal Palace originating from the 13th Century
Várkert Bazár (Castle Garden Bazaar) and Castle Garden Casino
Gellert Hill for a magnificent view of the city
Citadel an artillery redoubt built by the Habsburgs
Hotel Gellert baths a spa hotel with beautiful interior Art Nouveau decorations
Church of the Rock a hermit’s cave church
University of Economics and Commerce
Market Hall the largest indoor market in the city
National Museum which recalls so many historic memories.
University Eotvos Lorand
Jewish Quarter and Dohány utca Synagogue
Rákóczi street with its great variety of buildings
Stefania Blvd. with elegant palaces, Art Nouveau Institute & Geology Museum
Hero’s Square a monumental Magyar pantheon
Museum of Fine Arts with a rich collection of European masters
Art Gallery with an outstanding collection of contemporary artists
City Park a fun place to gather
Szechenyi Baths a unique spa
Vajdahunyad Castle with distinctive architectures
Andrassy Avenue an elegant 19th Century road
Opera House an architectural jewel
Hungarian Academy of Sciences on Szechenyi Square & Chain Bridge, the elegant Art Nouveau style Gresham Palace/Four Seasons Hotel
House of Parliament a majestic and elegant landmark & the statue of Imre Nagy
Szabadság tér (Liberty Square): American Embassy, Hungarian National Bank, TV Headquarters, Soviet Memorial etcetera.
St. Stephen’s Basilica dedicated to the founding monarch
Other historic and modern buildings.
NOTE: All entry fees are additional for all tours.
I propose the magic night guided city tour with its breathtaking illumination.
Ask for my price and program offers please!
|Included:||Private guided tour by car, driver, parking, explanations in English. I Pick you up at your hotel and drop you off at your hotel in Budapest|
|Not included:||All entry fees, tickets, food and drinks are not included|