Discover Buda, the castle district of Budapest and a UNESCO World Heritage. Buda is a romantic part of the city; here you can see the original parts of the city, which have defied earthquakes, fires, sieges, and the war.
Visit Castle Hill with us! Admire the Sándor Palace, Matthias Church or the Fisherman's Bastion, and enjoy the incredible panoramic views they offer. Wander the small streets and contemplative squares of the district as you hear stories of the lives of Buda residents.
In the afternoon enjoy a relaxing daytime cruise (not private) on the Danube river with drinks. During the cruise, you have the possibility to have a great 1,5 hours long stop on the famous Margaret island.
Buda Castle is the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest. It was rebuilt, extended, changed, burned down and rebuilt again several times over and it got its current eclectic appearances only after World War II. Learn about its history from our professional guide.
The Halászbástya or Fisherman's Bastion is one of the best-known monuments in Budapest, located in the Buda Castle, in the 1st district of Budapest. The terrace provides one of the most famous panoramic views of the Danube, Margaret Island, Pest and the Gellért Hill.
The highlight of the tour is Matthias Church with its abundantly decorated roof and amazing interior. The church is a very finely executed Neogothic reconstruction fantasy from the end of the 19th century and it is a beautiful building. We enter the church to have an indoor tour guided by your professional private guide.
Matthias Fountain is a monumental fountain group in the western forecourt of Buda Castle, Budapest. Alajos Stróbl’s Neo-Baroque masterpiece is one of the most frequently photographed landmarks in the Hungarian capital. It is sometimes called the ’Trevi Fountain of Budapest’.
The Sandor Palace is the official residence of the President of Hungary, and the seat of the Office of the President. It has served as both since 2003. The original palace was build in Neoclassical style in 1806.
Admire the sights of Budapest from a scenic cruise (non-private) on the Danube River with a drink in your hand. Learn about the landmarks from the onboard commentary (available in 30 languages), and enjoy the onboard WiFi and your choice of a glass of Champagne, wine, beer, soda, or mineral water.
Cruise under the Chain Bridge past the Hungarian Parliament to Margaret Island, set in the middle of the Danube. If you wish, step ashore on the island when your boat docks, and enjoy 1.5 hours’ free time before catching the next cruise boat back to the starting pier.
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