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Budapest Highlights Bike Tour

  • See Budapest’s top attractions on a 2-hour bike tour led by a professional guide
  • Travel past sights like the Hungarian Parliament Building, Heroes’ Square and the Jewish Quarter
  • Learn about the city’s rich history from a guide
Budapest Highlights Bike Tour
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Budapest Highlights Bike Tour
Explore Budapest’s top attractions by bike on this 2-hour guided tour. Cycle past the Jewish Quarter, the sites of City Park, the iconic statues in Heroes’ Square, the UNESCO-listed Andrassy Avenue and more. As you go, your guide will provide historical background, anecdotes and fun facts about the surrounding architecture while you travel on the safe bike paths lining the city. Your tour route will remain on smaller roads to ensure a relaxing sightseeing experience.
What to Expect
Tour Highlights

Szabadsag Tér (Liberty Square)
Revolutions, riots, a Soviet memorial, Ronald Reagan’s statue, and the irony of it all.

Hungarian Parliament and Buda!
We’ll find out why the 3rd biggest Parliament of the world is in Hungary, discover Kossuth square and get closer to the Danube. Enjoy an amazing view of Buda.

Andrassy Street
On the boulevard of Budapest, we’ll see the “Iron curtain”, the House of Terror (harmless during the day..), a piece of the Berlin wall, the Opera house, Liszt Ferenc square and for women ONLY we’ll stop in front of the Gucci or Luis Vuitton store for a second

Nagymezö Utca (The Broadway of Budapest)
We’ll have a look at the Operetta theatre, the Laptop statue, Walk of fame and the House of Photography and talk about (club) culture.

Hôsök Tere: (Heroes Square)
Impressive, historic square where big communist parades and gatherings took place in the past. We’ll hear about archangel Gabriel’s legend, see the most important figures of Hungarian history as well as two art museums and more.

Városliget (City Park)
We’ll stop by Vajdahunyad Castle, Dracula, Anonymus, the Tree of Freedom, George Washington, the first thermal bath of Pest (Széchenyi) and the zoo.

Jewish Quarter and Basilica
We’ll discover the 7th district with the biggest Synagogue of Europe, the Tree of Life, the most popular street of Pest, ruin pubs and gastro bars. Stories about the heaviest bell of the city, a mummified hand, the number 96 and more.
Reviews (462)
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Excellent Tour of Budapest!

Veronica is AWESOME! She gave us what turned out to be a semi-private bike tour around Pest, the mostly flat part of Budapest. We had such a great time with her and learned so much--she's a wealth of knowledge about Budapest's history and also the...More

Thank LoriRNYC
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Cycling tour

Our tour guide did a wonderful job showing us the city. We were lucky to have a small group and everyone got along well. We would highly recommend this tour - especially as a first time visitor to Budapest!

1  Thank Ursula H
Reviewed 4 September 2018
Amazing experience

I went to the tour with my boyfriend and we had so much fun! Got to see all the must-see places and Veronika was a super informative tour guide. Highly recommended!

Thank Ramóna R
Reviewed 4 September 2018
Quality of service

I enjoyed how this tour helped summarize landmark histories of over thousands of years in just a couple of hours. Very experienced and efficient team. Highly recommended.

Thank Adeyemi A
Reviewed 3 September 2018
Cycling tour

Highly recommend the guided tour. Company able to handle a large group such as our was (25 persons). Excellent guides and program. Lots of interesteing things to se and listen to.

Thank Erik H
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12 September 2018|
Response from cheerio521 |
Sorry guys-thought I was emailing the company...
Michael K
5 June 2018|
Response from Heidi L | Reviewed this property |
Hi Michael, I think they have bicycles for kids. If your youngest girl is used to cycling, then she can do this. If she never cycles at home, it will be to difficult. Have fun! Heidi
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