Sights and attractions: Do not skip it to not miss it! With us, you will have no regrets, only a wonderful time spent in the capital of Hungary.
A little heads-up, what is waiting for you
All of the following spots are registered in the UNESCO World Heritage List, such as the Andrássy Avenue, the Budapest Castle Quarter and the Banks of Danube. Both natural and architectural attractions are part of the awesome impression what Budapest gives you. If you need a local guide who knows all of these places very well, do not hesitate and contact us!
Visiting the Budapest sights with us is definitely the best way to know the city!
- you don’t share the vehicle with total strangers
- you don’t have to sit through multilingual explanations as you have your own Budapest tour guide
- you and your interest are in the spotlight, wherever you want to be, we drive you there
Classic and special tours
Make your choice from our classic tours of Budapest or go for the special tours to enjoy your stay even more with special activities.
Our website is capable of starting to guide you already online and to help you make the choices. Upgrade the tours with the premium services and extras! After the Budapest Classics we also provide Special Tours to have a look at the Budapest sights and have an unforgettable stay with us!
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The top sights of the city
We've collected the best of the best! For more information, check the links below. Descriptions, pictures and maps are also provided.
This grandiose building which was designed by Imre Steindl is one of the largest attractions of the city. In the Parliament are the diet and the crown jewels being held.
Designed in Neo-Romanesque style, the Fisherman's Bastion is one of the most beautiful among other Budapest sights.
Saint Stephen Basilica
The Saint Stephen Basilica is the biggest catholic church in Budapest, the location of the Holy Right of King St. Steven, the most important relic of the Hungarian Catholic Church. From the panorama terrace, you can have a great view of the city.
The Heroes' Square – designed by Miklós Ybl – can be found at the end of the Andrássy Avenue. On the square stands the millenium memorial, which symbolises the 1000th anniversary of the arrival of the hungarians in the Carpathian Basin.
Central (or big) Market Hall
Being a very popular destination for tourists, the Central (or big) market hall holds a well deserved palce amongst the best sights.
With its wonderful surroundings, the Andrassy Avenue is definitely worth to have a look! It connects the downtown with the Heroes' Square.
Sitting on the top of the Gellért Hill and enjoying the view from the the Citadel you will understand why this place became the part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
Enjoy your stay in Hungary
Gabor Tomecsko – your tour operator