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Unbeatable Free walking tours of Budapest. Fun and friendly local guides share their encyclopedic knowledge of Budapest and Hungary's histories, showing you Budapest's main sites, stories & legends and revealing the city's quirky oddities with...more
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I took a free walking tour of Budapest with Regi, who’s a young 24 year old born and raised in Budapest. She knew everything about the city from history to urban legends to amazing local tips. She also guided me on how to get to...More
We went on the 3 hour Budapest tour and our guide (Gabor) was amazing! He was very witty and shared a lot of interesting information. The tour was a good distance and enough stops as well. Now only to go back and see the inside...More
The tour is a good option to get a first feel of the city, the culture, people, history, sights etc. Our guide was jovial, entertaining and engaged our group quite well. The pace of the tour was manageable with our 3 year old.
We had Szabi for our guide. He was very enthusiastic and cheerful. He seemed to really know a lot about history and architecture which made the tour really engaging and interesting. He used pictures to show us the interiors of famous places or exteriors of...More
Nori was a fantastic guide. Very confident and informative.
The tour lasts roughly 2.5 hrs. Starts from St Stephen’s Basilica and finishes at the Fisherman’s Bastion.
Covers a lot of the city, some nice stops with scenic views.
Very informative and as much as you...More
Regi was a first class guide who gave us lots of information about the history of the Jewish population of Budapest - with a fair bit of Hungarian history thrown in, as we walked around the Jewish part of the city.