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Budapest Dinner, Drink Tasting and City Walk

  • Benefit from the small-group size for maximized interaction with your guide
  • Sample a range of traditional food and drinks
  • Immerse yourself in vibrant neighborhoods, including Belváros and the Jewish Quarter
Budapest Dinner, Drink Tasting and City Walk
From $99.00
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Small Group Tour (2-8 pers.)Most Popular
Small group Dinner Walk (max. 8 people).
From $110.00
Private Tour
Have your private guide pick you up in your hotel (if it is centrally located) and take you on your very own culinary adventure in Budapest!
From $190.00
Group Tour (min. 8 pers.)
Budapest Dinner Walk for larger groups (from 8 people up) with discounted price
From $99.00
Avoid tourist traps and discover Budapest’s culinary scene like a local. Sample authentic Gulyás soup, Lángos, cured meats, and cheeses, and enjoy tastes of Pálinka, Fröccs and Hungarian wine as you tour out-of-the-way spots in Belváros, the Jewish Quarter, and more. Enjoy the undivided attention of your small-group guide to gain insight into the city’s gastronomical background, and useful tips for the rest of your visit from your small-group guide.
What to Expect

Meet your guide and small group at a central Pest location. Walk together through the city’s vibrant neighborhoods, including Belváros, the Jewish Quarter, and Andrássy Avenue. Stop off at a number of eateries along to way to sample delicacies such as Gulyás soup, Lángos, cured and cooked meats, and local cheeses, as well as a range of pastries and sweets.

Gain insight in Budapest’s nightlife, with visits to an authentic butchers shop, restaurant, ruin bar, and wine bar. Chat with your food-specialized guide about the history of Hungarian cuisine and the way the culture has changed over the last decade, as you sip on wine, Pálinka, and Fröccs.

With a satisfied stomach, new insight and plenty of tips for the rest of your visit, conclude your tour at a central point in Pest.

Reviews (13)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed August 31, 2018 via mobile
Highly recommended!

Superb evening and please do not have a heavy meal in the day as there will be a ton of food throughout the tour! One of our best dinner at their selected restaurant with their must try in house lemonade! Highly recommended and our guide...More

Thank sandytoast
Reviewed August 15, 2018
Good intro to Budapest

Ailsa was a very knowledgeable and personable guide. We enjoyed her company and the tour experiencing traditional food and beverages. We would recommend her and the experience. Thank you Ailsa

Date of experience: August 2018
1  Thank Sandra R
Reviewed August 3, 2018
fabulous and delicious tour

Angela was an excellent guide, very knowledgeable and very friendly. The food was absolutely delicious. it was a wonderful introduction into the food of Hungary and gave us loads of great places to visit during the rest of our visit. thankyou!

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank gwen h
Reviewed July 1, 2018
Great introduction to Budapest

Our dinner tour with Leila was on our first night in Budapest, and it was so nice not to have to find a place to eat on our own. Leila was a lovely guide, and she shared so much about her city with us as...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank dame8
Reviewed May 30, 2018
A highlight of our trip!

We absolutely loved our dinner and drinking city tour with Andrew. It was ever better than the food tour we had in Prague (which was great, too, BTW). Everything was delicious and at some stops we got to choose from a well-curated list of dishes...More

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Snowycat3
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