See your guide: Ágnes F.If you like discovering interesting details, taking photos of them, and speaking about them, I recommend you this all-in-one type tour where you can discover all the famous attractions and learn curiosities about the city.
During our tour we visit the Great Market Hall, the National Museum, the Dohány Street Synagogue and the "heart" of Budapest, the Deak Square. From here we start a long walk on the Andrássy Avenue till the Heroe's Square where you can "meet" our great kings and all the Hungarian history. Then we can take a walk in the City Park, see the Vajdahunyad Castle and the famous Szechenyi Bath. Here we take the Millenium Underground and go back to the city centre, to the Vörösmarty Square. From here we walk to the Danube bank. We can have the lunch here in a restaurant with a very beutiful sight to the Castle Hill and the Royal Palace. After that we cross the Chain Bridge and take the Funicular up to the Castle District. Here we spend about 2 hours. Then we return to the other side of the Danube, and go to the Parliament. After that we visit the St. Stephen's Basilica and finish our tour on Deák Square.
|Not included:||- 350Ft/person for the underground (or you can use your pass)
- 1800 Ft/person the return ticket
- the cost of the lunch
- optional entrance fees (Basilica and Matthias Church)