Private Budapest City Tour

(6 customer reviews)

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Our 4 hours city sightseeing tour gives you an opportunity to see the most popular parts of the Hungarian Capital!


Departures: Every day

Duration: 4 hours

Adults 1-2 persons: 220€

Adults 3-4 persons: 270€

Adults 5-7 persons: 330€
Adults 8-16 persons: 45€/person

This tour can be booked min.48 hours before the tour date.
Services included in the price:

Multilingual guide service
Bus service
Pick up from your hotel
Tour ends at your hotel

6 reviews for Private Budapest City Tour

  1. Petrow Michael

    We really enjoyed it,however the weather was not the best. Budapest is more than wonderful! We will come back as soon as we can!

  2. Arthur Mcfarter

    I knew that lots of part of Budapest are the part of the World Heritage, and now then I’ve seen them, I absolutely agree with UNESCO! Marvelous buildings and professional guide – I don’t need more to a perfect summer program.

  3. Diana

    You are the best in organizing sightseeing tours! It was a well-organized, varied list of stops, and the infos weren’t too much or too less.

  4. John

    In my opinion, it is the most beautiful city in the region. It is modern but it has so many nice historical buildings and squares – these two aspects make it very special! I’m happy to visit the most common sights with us, you’re great!

  5. Mary

    Fortunately, we had a great time; it was not too hot, but the weather was ideal for a trip. I love history so visiting a city like Budapest was a great pleasure.

  6. Edward

    I’ve learnt many cool things. For example, I’ve never thought that a market hall can be a tourst sight, but this one truly can – it is wonderful! And I’ve also collected lots of tips for my next journey(s), too.

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Private Budapest city tour

Let's start with us to discover the Hungarian Capital, Budapest as we also know " East of Paris". Budapest has many nice places which provide wonderful and unforgettable experiences for you! Join with your family or your group, book your ticket today!



First, we start from the Chain Bridge and we pass the Parliament building. Through the Margaret Bridge, we arrive at the most famous center of the Buda side called, the Castle District. During a nice walk, we show you the most popular sights as the Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion. Next, we drive you to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) and show you the most breathtaking view of Budapest. We then take you over the Elisabeth Bridge to the Pest side and show you the famous Central Market Hall and the largest Synagogue of Europe, after which we drive to the City ParkHere you can find the Szechenyi spa- Europe’s largest thermal spa, the Budapest Zoo, and the Amusement Park. Here we stop at the Heroes’ square, to see the statues of the Hungarian kings. We then take the Andrássy Avenue to downtown Pest, pass by the Opera House and the St Stephen’s Basilica. The Tour ends in the city center.

More about Budapest City Tours

The Hungarian capital city is a common tourist destination and several parts of it are parts of the World Heritage.  Whether you visit Budapest first time or you would like to adore the most wonderful sights again, our Budapest City Tours won’t upset you.

Would you like to book a cruise while you can enjoy the view of the River Danube and the imposing buildings on the riverside at the same time? Do you prefer a bus trip instead of it? Or would you discover the streets of Budapest on foot? Whatever kind of tour you are interested in, we have an ideal offer for you! Invite your foreign friends because we provide guiding on six languages (apart from Hungarian): English, German, French, Italian, Russian, and Spanish.

Budapest River Cruise

Bus trips & Cruises

Our hop-on-hop-off trip adds a little British relish to the sightseeing tour. Our open double-decker buses have an individual design and offer an excellent view, but you can hop off whenever you want at the 43 stops. So you can adore the sights more closely or make some memorable photos. The trip includes pretty famous places such as the Heroes’ square, the Castle of Buda, the Opera House, or the Andrássy street. Our two lines start twice every hour from different sites. Naturally, the offer contains professional guidance which can be required in seven languages. We organize cruises in a similar way; the river-trip contains 3 stops.

city tour by cruise budapest

Chain Bridge in Budapest

Trip at night

Do you think that you have already seen everything in the Hungarian capital city? Do you know each of the buildings, museums, and parks so well that you could easily lead a trip? Well done! And have you ever been on a night trip? If you haven’t, here’s a great chance! During our „Hungarian dinner and folk show” program, you can enjoy a traditional dinner, a folk show, and folk music at the same time. The next item of the night is the Citadel, from where you can adore the best view of Budapest. The capital city with its night lights is a must-have experience.

Walking Tours

Budapest City Tours on foot

Discovering all the values of Budapest in a few hours is a real ’mission impossible’. However, if you book our Budapest City Tours, you’ll know at least the top sights. Lets’s see some of the most famous items: the House of the Hungarian Parliament, the Buda Castle, the Gellért Hill, the Central Market, the Synagogue, the City Park, the St Stephen’s Basilica, or the Heroes’s Square. We truly hope that our dear guests take a fancy to discover some sights more soundly.

parliament tour ticket in budapest

Walking Tours

Parliament tour

Most sights would deserve an own trip themselves - and this statement is extremely true to the House of the Parliament. The wonderful building which was designed by Imre Steindl alloys the characters of several styles (Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque). During the tour, we can visit the chamber, the imposing staircase, and naturally, we won’t miss the Holy Crown and the other pieces of crown jewelry in the Dome Hall. Despite the legends, this crown was never on the head of the first Hungarian king, but it is still one of the oldest crowns of Europe. It’s from the 12th century. The ornamentation of the building represents the flora and fauna of the Carpathian Basin and only Hungarian materials were used during the work. Only the eight marble columns are exceptions, which can be found next to the main stair and which are sent from Sweden. The decoration of the whole building contains 40 kg of gold.
An extra tour belongs to the one-hour-long trip into the Parliament. We’ll visit the Castle, the Mathias Church, or the Fishermen’s Bastion in the Castle District; then further sights, such as the Heroes’ Square or the Opera House will be discovered.