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4-hour Guided Grand Walking Tour of Budapest

Highlights
  • 4-hour guided Budapest walking tour
  • Learn about Budapest’s history and visit famous and lesser-known sights
  • See Heroes Square, Andrassy Avenue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, and other Pest highlights
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4-hour Guided Grand Walking Tour of Budapest
From USD 55.00
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  • Overview
  • What to Expect
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Small-Group Tour (2-8 pers.)Most Popular
Small-group Budapest Grand Walk (max. 8 participants)
USD 65.00
Private Tour
Have your private guide pick you up in your hotel (if it is centrally located) and take you on your very own sightseeing adventure in Budapest!
USD 120.00
Group Tour (min. 8 pers.)
Budapest Grand Walk for larger groups (from 8 participants) with a discounted price.
USD 55.00
Overview
Get under the skin of Budapest on a 4-hour small-group walking tour. Hear about Budapest’s history and culture, and admire highlights including Heroes Square, the Parliament, and St. Stephen’s Basilica, plus lesser-known sights. Explore the Jewish Quarter, see bridges connecting the Pest and Buda districts, view the Shoes on the Danube Memorial, and admire Pest’s grand boulevards. If you wish, opt for a larger group tour or upgrade to a private tour.
What to Expect
Book your desired tour option and meet your guide in the Pest district in the mid-afternoon.

Start with a glass of sparkling wine and then set off into Pest’s handsome streets by foot. Walking is the best way to uncover the highlights, history, and culture of Hungary’s capital and find hidden corners that many visitors miss. On route, hear about Hungary’s and Budapest’s turbulent past, and get inside scoops on daily life in today’s city from your guide.

Explore the Pest Palace district and pass the Hungarian National Radio Building, hearing about its part in Hungary’s 1956 revolution. Then, see noteworthy sights including the National Museum, Andrassy Avenue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, and Opera House.

Swing by the monuments at Heroes Square, ride Europe’s oldest metro line, and explore the former Jewish Quarter, viewing the Grand Synagogue, the biggest in Europe, and other spots that once formed the heart of the Jewish district.

Enjoy a coffee at a popular café and bisit the Danube’s banks to admire the sights. See the Shoes on the Danube Memorial and absorb the sweeping views of the Parliament, Chain Bridge, and Buda Castle across the water.

Your tour ends here when you guide departs.
Reviews (7)
1 - 5 of 6 reviews
Reviewed 18 June 2018
Great walking tour with a fantastic guide

Had a fabulous 4-hour walking tour of Pest with Anikó on our first day here. Being a Budapest native, she was obviously very knowledgeable and passionate about her city, and it certainly showed. She brought us through the streets of Pest and provided us with...More

Thank vade27
Reviewed 3 June 2018
interesting and tasty

I have found it very beneficial to do a well rated guided food tour when getting to a city, it helps with figuring out where to eat the rest of the time you are there. We did this tour in late February, so understandably not...More

1  Thank traveltoes
Reviewed 27 May 2018
A great way to discover Pest

Our guide took us to through the streets of Pest, providing great details about the history and the culture of the city - this was a great overview on our first day so that we could decide afterwards what we wanted to spend more time...More

Thank Melanie B
Reviewed 24 May 2018
The only tour of Budapest you will need

We had done a smaller tour with our river cruise line and were very unhappy. A friend had suggested we book this tour ahead of the cruise as they are often fully booked. Great suggestion! We met our Tour Guide George at The Tasting Table...More

1  Thank Mimi A
Reviewed 16 May 2018
Great overview of Pest

I found Taste Hungary from a recommendation in Rick Steve’s Budapest book regarding their food tour, however I was thrilled to find out that they offered general site seeing walking tours as well. The 4 hr Grand tour was the first of 3 tours I...More

1  Thank Amanda G
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