Hidden gems of Budapest
See your guide: Adam M.Hidden gem is a tricky thing. By definition it means something which is extremely outstanding and not many people may know about.
In terms of Budapest it can mean streets and squares where buses and standard cruise tours aren't allowed to enter. It can mean also those neighbourhoods that are off the beaten track but still worth to pay a visit to.
During this tour I can show you lesser known market halls, university campuses, unique vantage points, and a lot more!
We can also discover those beaten track sites that cruise companies (like Viking, Tauch, Scenic, etc. ) don't cover during their city tours.
Depending on what your focus points are the tour can be customised!
Here are some ideas we can do during this tour:
off the beaten track neighbourhood located between the St. Stephen's Basilica and the House of Parliament, where you can treat your eyes with art nouveau buildings and you can even treat yourself with a slice of cake at a local pastry shop
hidden streets and passageways of downtown
palace quarter where not just the first House of Commons has been located but several other aristocratic families lived
we can walk the streets of the historical Jewish quarter passing by the Orthodox Synagogue and the Great Synagogue as well
As the options are endless, I kindly ask you to tell me about your interest in order to customise an itinerary according to that.
|Included:||Private guiding service in English is included such as pick up at your accommodation|
|Not included:||meals and refreshments plus a day ticket for public transportation|