On the Castle Hill we can see layers and layers of history from the time of the Hungarian Kingdom, the 150 years of Turkish occupation and from the Hapsburg-era. Buildings, stories and legends give us an insight to the time when the Royal Palace, the Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastillon were built.
The Inner City of Pest
The inner city of Pest offers a lot of sights packed into a small area: the beautiful House of Parliament, the Art Noveau palaces of the Szabadság square, the historic monuments, the market hall with haute cuisine, hidden little cafés, the magnificent Basilica - and much more!
The district known as Elizabethtown is a colourful mixture of synagogues, Secession, historic monuments, modern street art, cult-ruinbars and fascinating stories.
The Danube divides and connects Pest and Buda. It offers the most beautiful panorama with many sights along it's banks: from monuments and palaces to bridges, churches and thermal baths.
Along the Andrássy Avenue
If you would like to get to know the "Belle Epoque", the Monarchy during the turn of the centuries, you just have to walk along the Andrássy Avenue. Palaces of the bourgeoisie, the Opera, the theatre district, the Millennium Underground Railway, the Heroes' Square and the green City Park are all from this era.
We start by a highlight: all-around panoramic view from the Gellért Hill. After a downhill walk we see the wonderful Secessionist Gellért Bath, the Liberty Bridge, the famous Central Market and many hidden little sights of the South of the inner city.
Budapest by Night
Budapest id beautiful by day - but if you haven't seen it by night, you haven't really seen it yet. We show you all the sights that are even more amazing lit up after the sun went down.
Sightseeing by VW Bulli
A speedy, adventurous sightseeing by the cultic VW Bulli van that shows you everything that is a must-see in Budapest. What makes this classic sightseeing route special is, that our Bulli is the Samba-version with a sunroof window that opens!