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Budapest: 90-Minute Beer Bus Sightseeing Tour

1. Budapest: 90-Minute Beer Bus Sightseeing Tour

Get onboard the first fully electric and eco-friendly beer bus and discover Budapest in a truly unique way while enjoying Hungarian draft Beer onboard. Choose from 2 daily departure times and see panoramic views of the river Danube, the Buda Castle, and Heroes Square. Ride back and forth along Andrassy Avenue admiring the palaces and check out the city center with the Hungarian Parliament. Start and end the tour at Heroes Square in Budapest. The highlights of the tour include a 90-minute ride on a beer bus while passing the most iconic sights and landmarks of Budapest. Party with your friends as you indulge in Hungarian draft beer. Soak up the good vibes, listen to funky music, and marvel at the night lights.

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Private Art Nouveau Budapest Tour

2. Private Art Nouveau Budapest Tour

During the tour you will get to see the breathtaking pieces of architecture in a style that started to flourish towards the end of the 1900’s. In merely 20 years numerous masterpieces were constructed according to the various branches of the Secessionist Movement present in Europe. Viennese Secession, Jugendstil, French and Belgian Art Nouveau and finally for the first time, a real “National Style” was also born: the Hungarian Art Nouveau. Among these beautiful edifices you will get the chance to admire Gresham Palace, the Hungarian National Treasury, the Museum of Applied Arts, and much more than you could ever find in a guidebook. A coffee stop with marvelous Art Nouveau scenery is also included in the tour. To start the tour, meet your private guide at a previously arranged place (your hotel, apartment, or any other spot in the city). Since it is a customized tour, the route may vary according to the meeting point, although the best spot to start this tour is the Museum of Applied Arts, the masterpiece of Ödön Lechner who is often referred to as the Hungarian Gaudí. Following a pleasant walk take a short tram ride back to the city center where most of our famous Art Nouveau buildings can be found. After having observed several modern constructions of the style around Váci street, pop into the Gresham Palace to enjoy the luxurious atmosphere of the past and the present. Reaching Liberty Square, you can’t miss taking a coffee break in the House of Hungarian Art Nouveau that has a private collection of the time. Finally, explore the square as all of the buildings are from the same period. Last but not least admire the Hungarian State Treasury and its unforgettable rooftop that is invisible from street level nevertheless you will get close to it.

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Budapest Full-Day Private Guide Services

3. Budapest Full-Day Private Guide Services

Book a private guide in Budapest and see the sights you want to see. Suitable for everyone, from individual travellers to coach parties, tours can explore the classic sites of the city, or be themed around subjects from Hungarian history to culture, gastronomy, adventure, and even programs designed especially for ladies. A guide will assist you to get the most out of your day. For first-time visitors, a Budapest highlights tour can include all or some of the historic monuments of Liberty Square, the Citadella, Buda Castle, Heroes’ Square and Café Gerbaud. Alternatively, concentrate on a specific area, such as the 13th-century Castle District or the Great Market Hall. Theme your tour based on Hungarian cuisine, or life behind the Iron Curtain. Learn how to capture the monuments using your digital camera, or visit one of the city’s thermal spas. Guides speak English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Hungarian, and on request can also be arranged in Polish, Russian and Czech. They specializes in incentive tours for business and leisure travelers, and can put together a full-day itinerary based on culture, wine, soft adventure, and more.

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Budapest: Life Under Communism Private Tour

4. Budapest: Life Under Communism Private Tour

Take this tour and transport yourself back to the previous century for an amazing, interactive presentation of everyday life in the 1960s and through to the late 1980s. A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for history buffs, this educational tour will provide an overview of how the system worked and will give a first-hand picture of life back then contrasted with the changes of the past fifty years. Apart from entering this retro world, your skilled guides will highlight how decades of communism have impacted Hungary and the remnants of those bygone years that remain today. The program is conducted by Annamaria and Miklos and starts at Bambi Eszpresszó, a symbolic meeting place of the 1980s.

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Budapest 3-Hour Private Walking Tour with Route Options

5. Budapest 3-Hour Private Walking Tour with Route Options

Explore Budapest on a guided walking tour with a choice of 4 routes. You can decide the best way to discover the gems of the Hungarian capital on a 3-hour guided walk. Pick one of the following options: A. Pest Downtown: This tour includes Parliament, St. Stephen’s Basilica (the second-largest cathedral in Hungary), Liberty Square, and the Central Market Hall (the largest covered market hall in Europe). B. Castle District: Visit the former Royal Palace (now the National Library and National Gallery), Alexander Palace (now the office of the President of the Republic), Castle Theater, the Fishermen's Bastion, and Matthias Church. C. Jewish Quarter: See Europe's largest synagogue, the Jewish Museum, Jewish Cemetery, Raoul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park, and more. D. City Shopping Tour: Look for treasures and special buys in the Central Market Hall, along Váci Street and Fashion Street, and at the city’s shopping malls. A professional guide will help you design a route to meet your interests. The use of public transport may also be recommended in certain instances.

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Budapest: 1956 Revolution Memorial Private Tour

6. Budapest: 1956 Revolution Memorial Private Tour

Discover one of the most significant periods in Hungarian history by learning about the Revolution of 1956. With your guide, explore sites of historical significance and learn about the communist era of Hungary. Historians still argue what to call the events that were triggered by a peaceful solidarity rally of Hungarian students with the Polish people on October 23rd, 1956. It has been described as a rebellion, revolt, uprising, popular uprising, revolution, counter-revolution, or War of Independence. Visit the site of Bloody Thursday in Kossuth Lajos Square, Budapest. Little is known about the exact numbers of revolutionaries who were killed, but it ranges between 22 and 1000 or so people. See the former party headquarters of the Hungarian communist government. Make a stop at the statue of Imre Nagy the Prime Minister of Hungary, and leader of the Revolution, who was executed for treason in 1958 by Soviet forces. Visit Bem Square where 200,000 Hungarian students protested against Soviet rule in 1956 followed by a coffee in the iconic Bambi café. Go to the statue of revolutionary Sándor Petöfi a focal point where political gatherings took place in 1956, and still do to this day. See the building of the Hungarian Radio, one of the epicentres of fighting in 1956 - it was from here revolutionaries begged for help from the world.

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Budapest 3-Hour Private Guided Walking Tour

7. Budapest 3-Hour Private Guided Walking Tour

This 3-hour private walking tour of Budapest can be tailored to suit your interests, with stops at various major sights of the city. Your guide can show you the Opera House, St. Stephen's Basilica, Liberty Square, and the Parliament. You might also like to include a few of the following: the Danube Promenade, the Chain Bridge, inner central Pest, Margaret Bridge and Margaret Island, the Buda Castle District (Royal Palace, Fisherman’s Bastion, Matthias Church), the Grand Market Hall, the National Museum, and the Great Synagogue. There will be a coffee break with a traditional Hungarian pastry along the way. Your experienced guide will bring this fascinating city to life for you with stories about the sites you visit.

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What people are saying about Szabadsag Square

Our guide Natasha, in addition to speaking excellent Italian, not only made us discover the city by accompanying us to the various typical places, enriching the visit with many historical details and anecdotes, but also made us discover typical places that we would never have seen in autonomy. He satisfied all our requests by adapting the tour to our wishes. Professional, kind, helpful and nice. I highly recommend it.

Miklos has an encyclopedic knowledge of the players and events of Hungarian communism. He's a teacher, complete with a handout at the end. This tour is more than a Cliffs Notes version and we learned a lot.

Great guide, competent, personable guide. The tour has been tailored to the interests of the group. There was time for honest dialogue. Great recommendation, gladly again.

My tour guide was absolutely amazing. friendly easy to converse with and knowledgeable, she made seeing and navigating through the city easy.

Really recommendable! The Guy who drove with us was very friendly! Thanks for this cool adventure!