Best Budapest Tour Guides

Budapest Walking Tour

"We very much enjoyed our time with Anna Mária. She is a fantastic tour guide, which was demonstrated by her passion for and knowledge of Budapest. She really opened our eyes to the mysteries of the city and provided us with an experience that would have been impossible if left to our own devices. Though we only spent four short hours with Anna Mária, we came away with a unique appreciation for all Budapest has to offer. In sum, if you are looking for a unique and special experience in Budapest, Anna Mária is a tremendous choice. We cannot recommend her enough!" Sue and Peter from LA
“Krisztina had a lot of patience with me. I booked a 5 hours walking/public transportation tour with her. After my reservation, I still got many questions. She answered all of them very quickly and gave me good advices. On the tour day, Krtisztina met us on time and guided us to many places. We walked, took the metros and buses. By this way, she showed us how efficient the public transportation system is in Budapest. Krisztina is very knowledgeable of the history of Hungary; both the official according to the books and the unofficially one. This makes a tour with her very lively.” Lorry, Philadelphia, 2016-07-10
When in Budapest, always look up while sightseeing

220 EUR/4 hours

Prices are per tour, up to 5 people.
Entrance fees are not included, but your guide can jump the line for you to purchase your ticket, and guide you inside churches and exhibitions.

We’ll show you the magnificent center of Pest and the old town streets of Buda Castle. Enjoy the striking contrast between the bustling PEST and the calm old town of BUDA. This tour gives you an overall view of the capital of Hungary, packed with Budapest secrets only we locals know about.

There is a spacious square around the Huge Hungarian Parliament with memories of Word War 2, the Holocaust, and the heroic Hungarian Revolution of 1956.

The biggest Catholic church of Budapest and the Great Budapest Synagogue are 15 minutes from each other: St Stephen’s Basilica has 30 different kinds of marble, while the Great Budapest Synagogue is in magnificent, art-deco style.  

Sister, flying through the wall in Buda old town, walking tour in Budapest castle

Crossing the 170 years old Chain Bridge we get over to Buda Castle. We stroll through Old Town‘s cobblestone streets and cosy little squares, highlighting architecture and history, and learn the stories that go with them. We’ll see our 800 years old Coronation Church: Matthias Church, and the splendid view from Fishermen’s Bastion.

Have a glimpse of the underground cave system of Buda: the Labyrinth. The Royal Palace is a surprising mixture of old architecture, beautiful inner courtyards, and fountains. 

We can end the tour at the Farmers’ Market: impressive iron structure where you find handicraft, and actually try local food – your local tour guide will recommend something authentic and save you from the tourist traps there.

The number of sights and distance covered depends on your personal preference – your guide is going to create a customized experience for you.

More than 5 guests?
Would you like to visit anything else?
Do you want a transfer to/from the airport or railway station? 

Write to us and we’ll be back with a quote.