There’s no better introduction to a place than hopping on a City Sightseeing Bus Tour! This bus tour allows you to hop on and off, at various stops around the area, so you gain as much as possible, from this inspiring location, during your stay.
Founded 2000 years ago, Budapest is an splendid city, filled with iconic landmarks including the Parliament building known to be the third largest in the world and the Buda Castle formerly the residence of the Hungarian Royalty. It is also home to the Chain Bridge, the oldest bridge to cross the Danube River. One of the largest attractions in Budapest is the Citadel, originally built for surveillance and don’t forget the Jewish Synagogue, the largest outside of Israel. Budapest has a host of wonderful art galleries and museums including the Museum of Fine Arts, the Holocaust Memorial Centre, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery. To experience the true Budapest, a river cruise down the Danube is a must do, you’ll get amazing views of the city. For a more relaxing experience, try the Szechenyi Baths, famous for being the largest thermal spa waters in Europe. This is just a handful of amazing things to see and do in this stunning city!
Don’t miss all the exciting things this city has to offer, with this amazing hop-on-hop-off bus tour!
No minimum height
No maximum height
No maximum weight
Outdoor - No
This experience is not suitable for spectators
Guide Dogs Only
No minimum age
Bus tour lasts 120 minutes
Bus departs every 30 minutes
Boat tour lasts 60 minutes - operating hours throughout the winter months are; 13:00, 14:30, 17:00 & 18:30. Please be aware that due to extremely cold weather and ice forming on the Danube, boats may not be operating on all days.
Departs from Vigado Square (Dock 10)
FREE Walking Tour
FREE 1 Hour bike tour on Margaret Island
FREE Goulash at Nika Restaurant
FREE Beer at FOGASHAZ (Ruin Bar)
FREE Beer at Bali Cafe
FREE Shot at Instant Bar (Ruin Bar)
FREE Souvenir at City Expert Budapest
St. Stephen Basilica,
Szent István tér,