Tour guiding

Dear Friends wishing to explore Budapest,            

Multifaceted Budapest, in the heart of Europe, occupies the prominent 37th place in the list of the Top 100 city destinations of the world.

The emblematic buildings, boulevards, places, statues and hidden alleys of the capital lying on the two sides of the majestically flowing Danube tell stories of past, present and future.

Let us offer you, your family and friends a simple yet versatile recipe for your exploration.


  • a beautiful outdoor location in Budapest,
  • an interesting small museum
  • refreshment consumed at a special place, and
  • an enthusiastic guide (imperative!).

Calculate with 2.5 hours for each of the five tours.

If you don't have so much time since you are originally on a business trip in Budapest or if you want to offer your business partners a pleasant experience, choose the 1.5-, 2- or 3-hour "Budapest on Business" sightseeing tours.

Let us recommend our alternative walks designed with our partner ImagineBudapest Co. to our French-speaking guests who would like to get an insight into the hidden treasures of Budapest by taking a glance behind the doors.

1. Thousand Years tour

Millennium memorial and Vajdahunyad Castle, Franz Liszt Memorial Museum, Paris Department Store … in Budapest

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2. Danube: This side and that side...

From Vörösmarty Square to the Castle District, the Hospital in the Rock and Café Miro

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3. Attracted by Squares

Kossuth Square and Szabadság Square, House of Hungarian Art Nouveau

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4. In the footsteps of Franz Joseph

Underground Railway Museum, St. Stephen’s Basilica and Gelarto Rosa

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5. Wandering about the Jewish Quarter

Kazinczy Street Orthodox Synagogue, Károlyi Gardens and Fröhlich Confectionery

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Rumour has it... - crime stories, gossip in Budapest

Dísz Square – Szalag Stairs – Szalag Street – Corvin Square – Entertainment Hall in Buda – Szilágyi Dezső Square

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Six towers - Look for the powers above

Bem Square – Fő Street – St. Florian Greek Catholic church – St. Francis’ Wounds Church – Batthyány Square – St Anna Church – Church of Szilágyi Dezső Square – Church Saint Elisabeth of the Capuchin Order – Corvin Square

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