Half day walking tour in Budapest

The Chain bridge from the Castle
The Chain bridge from the Castle
The Fishermen Bastion with Matthias Church
The Fishermen Bastion with Matthias Church
Heroes' square
Heroes' square
The inner city with the sight of Elizabeth bridge
The inner city with the sight of Elizabeth bridge
National Theatre
National Theatre
Parliament building
Parliament building
Széchenyi bath
Széchenyi bath
Languages:
English
Tour type: Sightseeing
Activity level: High
Length: 4 hours
Transportation: Walking & public transport
friendly: Yes
Kid friendly: Yes
Currency: EURHUFUSD
Price per Tour: 100 100,00 EUR
   
Max. travellers: 20
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See your guide: Krisztina K.Tour guide Krisztina K.

For those travelers who enjoy a shorter, condensed tour of the beautiful city of Budapest, in this case this tour is the right choice. It offers a view of the city’s most popular and important sights by walking. It’s one of the most fun and easiest tours, perfect for those who like spending time in the open air and those who are not afraid of using the public transport.

The tour consists of two parts, the sighs of Buda and of Pest.

On Buda side, the hilly side you can see the Castle Hill, which is part of the World Heritage Site. It is easily visible from everywhere in Budapest. With its beautiful buildings and cobble-stone streets it can enchant everybody. The Castle as it is called by the locals fills daily with not just the tourists but the citizens of Budapest, as well visiting the famous Matthias Church, the Fishermen' Bastion and the Royal Palace or just walking, here enjoying its special atmosphere.

On Pest side as we continue our tour by bus crossing the famous Chain bridge you can see from here first of all the river Danube, the Parlament building, some other bridges, the Gellért Hill and of course the Pest embankment with the most popular hotels as the For Season. Just in some minutes we are already in the city centre from where by another bus we run along the famous Andrássy Avenue which is called as „the Hungarian Shanzelize”. After a while we arrive to the famous Heroes Square, which is the most representative square of the city with its statues and with the two notable museums sorrounding it, namely the Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery. And finally from here it’s easy to walk to the City Park, where the biggest bath, the Széchenyi bath can be found and if by chance you would like to experience the miracles of the thermal water, the different saunas, steam rooms, water massage and bubble bath, in this case you can recover the strength of this tour, here .
So, it is just a recommended route, everything depends on you and the starting point of the tour depends on the situation of your hotel where you stay of course.
Included: the price of the guide
Not included: entrance tickets, public transport tickets, meals