Tours and things to do in Budapest
Join me and my colleagues on a city tour through Budapest, see the most beautiful and most important sights, and listen to interesting stories.
Book an individual tour in Budapest! You decide what we do, the means of transport and where we meet. Duration: up to four hours.
Join me on a city tour through Budapest, see the most beautiful and most important sights, and listen to interesting stories.
A high-class private city tour by car (for 1-3 people) - in four hours, we will see the most important sights of the city.
Explore Budapest at leisure with a 48-hour ticket for two sightseeing routes on the hop-on hop-off bus.
The Budapest Card allows you to travel free on public transport, get free entrance at numerous museums and profit from many more special offers.
Book your transfer online in advance. Depending on the availability and your destination, you can choose between different transfer options.
Book an individual tour in Budapest! You decide what we do, the means of transport and where we meet. Duration: up to nine hours.
Enjoy a half-day guided tour through the interior and gardens of this intricate Palace which was the former home of Sissi
By booking your tickets in advance, you will avoid the often long-time waiting in the queue in front of the bath. Fast & easy entrance through our Welcome desk!
Explore Budapest with your personal City Ticket that offers free public transport and many benefits for when you visit the important sights.
Be warmly welcomed in a family run restaurant in Budapest. Discover traditional music and dances as well as the delicious cuisine of Hungary.
Discover Budapest and all its beautiful highlights! Join the individual City Sightseeing Tour and see the important points- by bus and by boat.
The classic city tour is our most popular tour and takes you past all the main sights in Budapest - enjoy Buda and Pest on a Retro Italian style 50cc scooter!
This tour was created for those, who would like to get an overview of the past and present of Hungarian Jewry’s.