Budapest, Hungary's capital, has historically been the country's main city for Art Nouveau and romance. Today, its legendary buildings, friendly people, fantastic food, and top-notch gastronomy make up one of the most exciting cities in the Hungary.
Budapest is well known for its iconic Royal Palace, a 13th-century building that was built for kings and queens. This breath-taking building holds within its walls Budapest's enchanting history and ancient culture. Another top attraction in the area is Budapest's incredible Parliament building. This structure, built in 1902, possesses some of the most amazing architecture in all of Hungary. Another must-see attraction is Andrássy Avenue, a boulevard that stretches for 2.5 km into Heroes Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Free Tours Budapest
Check out some of Budapest’s free walking tours for a chance to see the city without breaking the bank. If you are short on time, short on cash, or are just looking to stick to your budget, then these walking tours are the perfect choice for you.
This tour group offers four different tour walks for free, depending on what you'd like to see and do in the city. The original tour lasts for approximately 3 hours. This informative tour will teach you about Budapest's history, culture, and architecture in and fun and friendly environment. Get to know real Hungarians who love their city, visit the top sights and attractions throughout the city, and learn about the best places to eat!
This tour is led in both English and Spanish and has been running every day since 2007. Their mission is to show you the authentic Budapest and all the beauty it has to offer. Learn from a local's perspective all that you need to know including the culture, heritage, and history. Hit up the main sight and attractions and become a Hungary pro!
Familiarize yourself with Hungary's capital city in this fun and entertaining free walking tour. For 2.5 hours, visit the top attractions in Budapest and learn about each and every one of them from a very knowledgeable and professional tour guide. Stop by The Fishermen’s Bastion, Matthias Church, and Buda Castle.