Name Duration Schedule Summer Schedule Winter Pick up is included
Budapest Sightseeing tour 3 hours Daily at 10:00 & 14:30 Daily at 10:00 & 14:30 Yes
Budapest Sightseeing tour 4 hours Daily at 10:00 & 14:30 (in English)

Daily at 10:00 (in German)

Tours in French, Italian, Spanish upen request

Daily at 10:00 & 14:30 (in English)

Daily at 10:00 (in German)

Tours in French, Italian, Spanish upen request

Yes
Budapest Sightseeing tour with Parliament visit 4 hours From Tuesday till Sunday at 10:00 From Tuesday till Sunday at 10:00 Yes
Budapest by night 4 hours Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat at 19:00 Only in Nov, Dec, March on Fri, Sat at 19:00 Yes + Free drop off at your hotel
City tour by bike 3 hours Daily at 11:00 NO TOUR No
Hop On Hop Off
Szentendre tour 4 hours Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun at 14:00 Wed, Fri, Sun at 10:00 Yes
Gödöllő tour 3 hours Mon, Wed, Sat at 10:00 Thu, Sat at 10:00

No tour between 11/Jan-8/Febr.

Yes
Gödöllő tour & Horse show 4 hours Tue, Fri, Sun at 09:00 NO TOUR Yes
Danube Bend tour 8-9 hours Mon, Thu, Sat at 09:00 Thu, Sat at 09:00 Yes
Puszta tour 8 hours Mon, Thu, Sat at 09:00 NO TOUR Yes
Lake Balaton & Herend tour 9-10 hours Fri at 09:00 NO TOUR Yes

*Transfer from the hotel to the starting place of the tour is included. Pick up is 30 minutes before the tour starting time. Return transfer is not included, except at “Budapest by night” tour

Summer: 01.04.2016 – 31.10.2016

Winter: 01.11.2015 – 31.03.2016 & 01.11.2016 – 31.03.2017

Tours go in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, except the Hop On Hop Off tour (please, see the tour description).

Budapest sightseeing tour (3 hours)

We start the tour from the Chain Bridge, pass by the Parliament and take the Margaret Bridge to drive over to the Buda side. We stop in the Castle District and during a short walk we show you the main attractions of the area. We walk to the Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion (from where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama).
Next, we drive to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) and show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. Afterwards, we take you over the Elisabeth Bridge to Pest and show you the famous Central Market Hall and the largest Synagogue of Europe, afterwards we drive to the City Park. We pass by the famous Széchenyi Thermal Bath, the Budapest Zoo, then stop at the Heroes’ Square (with statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes).

We take the Andrássy Avenue back to Downtown Pest, while passing by the Opera House and St Stephen’s Basilica. During the tour we offer a brief overview of the last 1000 years of Hungarian history.

The tour ends in the city centre.

Entrance fees are not included.

Budapest sightseeing tour (4 hours)

We start the tour from the Chain Bridge, pass by the Elisabeth Bridge and the Downtown Parish Church, then take the Small Boulevard to show you the famous Central Market Hall, the National Museum and the largest Synagogue of Europe from outside.

We then take the Andrássy Avenue, pass by the St Stephen’s Basilica as well as the Opera House and stop at Heroes’ Square to show you the statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes while giving you a brief overview of the last 1000 years of Hungarian history. Next, we discover the City Park on foot (Europe’s largest thermal spa, Budapest Zoo and Vajdahunyad Castle).

After this pleasant walk we drive over to the Buda side and stop in the Castle District. We walk to the Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion (from where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama) and other main attractions of the area.

Next, we drive to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) and show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. We then take you over the Elisabeth Bridge to Pest.
The tour ends in the city-centre. 

Entrance fees are not included.

Budapest sightseeing tour with Parliament visit (4 hours)

We start the tour from the Chain Bridge. First, we take the Margaret Bridge and drive over to Buda. We stop in the Castle District and during a short walk we show you the main attractions of the area. We walk to the Matthias Church and the Fishermen’s Bastion (from where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama). Next, we drive to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) to see the most spectacular view of Budapest. We then take you across the Elisabeth Bridge to Pest and show you the famous Central Market Hall, followed by the largest Synagogue of Europe and the City Park. We pass by Europe’s largest thermal spa and the Budapest Zoo, after which we stop at the Heroes’ Square (with statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes). Next we take the Andrássy Avenue to Downtown Pest passing by the Opera House and St Stephen’s Basilica. We then get off the bus again and take an interior visit of the impressive neo-gothic Houses of Parliament (guided tour). During the tour we offer a brief overview of the last 1000 years of Hungarian history.

The tour ends in the city centre.

Parliament entrance only with passport or ID card. Cancellation for Parliament visit: 10 EUR / person

Entrance fee to Parliament is included, but other entrance fees are not included in the price.

Budapest by night (4 hours)

We show you Budapest at night in a way you have never seen it before. More and more buildings fascinate the locals and visitors with their night time illumination. Driving along the embankment and passing by the Parliament, the Royal Palace and the illuminated bridges are real experiences. We even stop on the top of the Gellért Hill (Citadel) from where you can enjoy the wonderful panorama.
During this tour we invite you to a typical Hungarian restaurant to taste the Hungarian cuisine’s different flavours (traditional three-course menu accompanied with wine). You can even enjoy a colourful folklore show with dancers (dressed in folk costumes) and gipsy music.
The tour ends at your hotel.

Dinner (3-course menu) with wine and water is included.

Budapest sightseeing tour by bike (3 hours)

After a short stop at the Hungarian Houses of Parliament we ride across the Buda side to discover the Castle District, the oldest part of Budapest (Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion, Labyrinth of Buda Castle, Alexander Palace and Royal Palace). Next we go back to Pest and pass the Gresham Palace, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the St. Stephen’s Basilica. The route to the Heroes’ Square takes us along Andrassy Avenue, part of the World Heritage since 2002. Notable spots include the Opera House and the House of Terror, which commemorates the two main oppressive regimes in Hungary: Fascism and Communism. Finally we cycle around the City Park (Széchenyi Bath, Vajdahunyad Castle).
The tour ends in the city centre.

The tour goes only in English.

1 drink and use of city bike, helmet and safety vest are included, but no entrance fee is included.

Hop on hop off City Tour

This sightseeing tour of Budapest includes 3 bus lines (red, yellow, night tour), sightseeing cruise on the Danube tour and free walking tour.

The RED Line departs from József nádor tér, the YELLOW Line from Erzsébet tér, the BLUE Boat Line every hour from Vigadó tér, Dock 8A. You can hop on and hop off in 43 bus and 3 boat stops.

Select from a choice of the outlined languages on the Double-Decker buses:  English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Greek, Finnish, Swedish, Dutch, Russian, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Hebrew, Czech, Romanian, Polish, Chinese, Turkish, Croatian and Hungarian. (No live guiding)

Ticket is valid for 48 hours.

Szentendre tour (4 hours)

Szentendre is a small baroque settlement built on medieval ruins, located at the gate of the Danube Bend. The town is considered to be the Artists’ Village. (The bus ride to Szentendre takes approximately 30 minutes.) Due to the Mediterranean atmosphere and proximity to Budapest, it is a popular place among locals and visitors as well.
First we walk around the historical centre and take a look at the cobblestoned narrow streets, baroque houses and churches. We invite you for a “Lángos” (fried Hungarian flat bread). After the guided tour you can also visit some museums (for example the famous Margit Kovács Ceramic Museum or the Confectionery Museum with marzipan figures), or you can buy some typical Hungarian souvenirs.

In summer (May-September) we return to Budapest by boat.

The tour ends in the city centre (pier).

1 “Lángos” is included, but no entrance fee is included.

Gödöllő tour

Visit the beautiful Baroque Palace in Gödöllő. After only a 30-minute drive from Budapest we arrive to the former summer residence of Queen Elisabeth (Sissi) and Francis Joseph (Habsburg Emperor & Hungarian King 1867-1916). The interior visit of the Gödöllő Palace gives you a glimpse of times under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. You will become acquainted with the secrets of the private life, the hidden doors, rooms and lovers of the royal couple.

After the guided tour through the Gödöllő you have the opportunity to have a coffee break and look around the souvenir shop.

The tour ends in the city centre.

Entrance fee to Gödöllő Royal Palace is included.

Gödöllő tour & horse show

Visit the beautiful Baroque Palace in Gödöllő. After only a 30-minute drive from Budapest we arrive to the former summer residence of Queen Elisabeth (Sissi) and Francis Joseph (Habsburg Emperor & Hungarian King 1867-1916). The interior visit of the Gödöllő Palace gives you a glimpse of times under the Austro-Hungarian Empire. You will become acquainted with the secrets of the private life, the hidden doors, rooms and lovers of the royal couple.

After the interior visit of the palace, we drive to a traditional Farm where you will be welcomed with Hungarian “pogácsa”   and the national welcome drink, “pálinka”. Horsemen will take you for a carriage ride and will invite you to a traditional Horse Show. The most unique part of the show is the so called “Puszta five formation” when a horseman is standing and balancing on two horses and conducting three more in front of him.

The tour ends in the city centre.

Entrance fee to Gödöllő Palace, horse show, welcome drink (Hungarian fruit brandy), “pogácsa” (salty scone) are included.

Danube Bend tour

Danube Bend – an excursion into Hungary’s history. This is an unforgettable tour along the “Blue Danube” with stops in Esztergom, Visegrád and Szentendre.

Esztergom: It used to be the capital city of Hungary and is still the seat  of the Hungarian Roman Catholic Church. We visit the largest cathedral of Hungary. Afterwards, we drive across the river to Slovakia and enjoy the view over the Basilica.

Visegrád: After the Mongol invasion a new fortification was constructed here in the mid-13th century. The top of the hill offers a fascinating panorama on the Danube valley. After enjoying the view there is an opportunity to have lunch (not included in the price).

Szentendre: It is a small baroque settlement built on medieval ruins, located at the gate of the Danube Bend. The town is considered to be the Artists’ Village. We walk around the historical centre and enjoy the cobblestoned narrow streets as well as the baroque houses. After the guided tour you can also visit some museums (for example the famous Margit Kovács Ceramic Museum or the Confectionery Museum with marzipan figures).

During summer (May-September) we return to Budapest by boat. The tour ends in the city centre (pier).

Entrance fees and lunch are not included.

Puszta tour

After one hour drive from Budapest we stop at Kecskemét. We walk around the beautiful Downtown (guided walk) and show you the most important tourist attractions, like the Art Nouveau City Hall, the Theatre, the former Synagogue and some churches.

From Kecskemét we drive to a traditional Hungarian farm where you can taste the famous Hungarian welcome drink, ‘barackpálinka’ (apricot brandy) and the ‘pogácsa’ (salty scone). There is an opportunity for taking a carriage ride as well. The program continues with a traditional horse show with several breath-taking stunts. Then you are invited for a three-course lunch including the famous Hungarian goulash soup, accompanied by Hungarian gipsy music.

Welcome drink (Hungarian brandy), salty scone, horse show, 3-course lunch, wine and water are included.

Lake Balaton & Herend tour

First we take you to Herend, to the world’s largest Porcelain Manufactory, founded in 1826. After watching a film about porcelain making technology follows a guided tour in the minifactory. This is where all that was seen and heard in the film come to life. Besides, there is a museum where a huge collection of Herend porcelain is exhibited. We invite you for a coffee and provide you free time for shopping.

Next we drive to Lake Balaton, which is the largest fresh-water lake of Central Europe. After showing you the Tihany Abbey (exterior visit) we provide you time to have lunch (not included in the price).

After we drive to Balatonfüred, which is the oldest spa resort in Hungary, where we walk along the famous promenade and feed the swans.

At the end, we return to Budapest, the tour ends in the city centre.

Entrance fee to Herend Porcelain Manufactory and Museum, video and guided tour in the Herend Porcelain Manufactury, 1 cup of coffee or tea are included. Lunch and other entrance fees are not included.

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