Budapest Sightseeing – Tours, Attractions & Guides
Welcome to BudapestSightseeing.net, your website around tours, attractions and tourguides in Budapest. I believe that city sightseeing tours are more enjoyable when you have somebody around you that guides you, knows facts and the history about the sights you see and travel safe and comfortable through a city. The same is the case in Budapest as the sights are spread all over the city and it is exhausting to get from one point to another with public transport. So I started this website to inform about the sights and available Budapest Sightseeing Tours.
Find here all necessary Sightseeing information about Budapest, what you need to see and do and where to book tours and get tickets for sights, cultural events and beyond.
Recently added Budapest Attractions
The Hungarian Parliament Building (Országház, which translates to House of the Country) is one of the most amazing buildings in Budapest. Taken out of a fairy tale the Parliament in Budapest is best viewed in all its dazzle from the Buda side. It is one of the biggest Parliaments,with the oldest legislative buildings in Europe. It lies in Lajos Kossuth
The Hungarian State Opera House, or often called Budapest Opera, is located in the city center of Budapest right on Andrássy Út. It was constructed by the Hungarian architect Miklós Ybl and costructed between 1875 and 1884, the grand opening was on September 27th 1884. Since 1886 the Opera hosts the famous society event Budapest Opera Ball. Between 1980 and
The White-stoned, Fishermen’s Bastion (Halaszbastya) appears like a castle out of a magical fairytale, where you can take the best photos in Budapest-for free. It is actually a decorative viewing terrace, with many stairs and walking paths, in neo-Gothic and Romanesque style. It is the tourists’ favorite spot in the Castle district, offering a grand panorama of almost the entire
The St. Stephen Basilica in Budapest is surely one of the most impressive sights you’ll encounter. The St. Stephen’s Basilica is Hungary’s largest church and with stunning architecture and design it is one of Hungary’s favorite tourists attractions.The Basilica overlooks the grand Szent István tér (St. Stephen’s Square), a great place to enjoy coffee at outdoor cafes during the day
The Heroes’ Square in Budapest is one of the most famous and most frequently visited sights in Budapest. You will not find any guide or book without the Heroes’ Square in it. That is why many pictures of tourists are taken with the Heroes’ Square in the background to show that “I have been here”. It is located at the
Recently added Budapest Tours
Castle Tour – A two-hour city tour in Buda We start the tour at the Chain Bridge, pass by the Parliament, cross the Danube on Margaret Bridge and drive over to Buda. We stop in the Castle District and during a short walk we show you the main attractions of the area (Fishermen`s Bastion, Matthias Church). Next, we drive to
Budapest panorama was added to the World Cultural Heritage List by UNESCO. According to their justification, the banks of the Danube at Budapest also illustrate the various periods of the capital’s history, and furthermore the city has one of the world’s outstandingly beautiful urban cityscape. The World Heritage site inscribed in 1987 stretched from the Chain Bridge (Clark Ádám Square)
For those travelers who enjoy a shorter, condensed tour of the beautiful city of Budapest, then the Half Day Budapest Sightseeing Tour is the right choice. It offers a view of the city’s most popular and important sights during a comfortable bus ride. It’s one of the most fun and easiest tours, perfect for all first time visitors, for a
The Budapest Sightseeing Tour with a Parliament House visit combines two very popular tours, a detailed tour of Budapest top sights and a fascinating guided tour of the Hungary’s largest building, the Parliament. The Neo-Gothic Parliament took several years to construct, with 40 million bricks, half a million precious stones and 40 kg of gold. The tour will give a
The Danube Bend Day trip offers a cruise along the Danube while stopping at the gorgeous old towns of Hungary. This is a popular full day tour that gives the visitors an opportunity to discover Hungary outside of Budapest. While cruising the Danube the boat stops at Visegrad, Esztergom and Szentendre, offering guided tours of their top attractions. The tour