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The Danube River and the Parliament Budapest Hungary private city tour
The Danube River and the Parliament

The Pearl of the Danube

Welcome to Budapest, Pearl of the Danube! Widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities on earth, this central European capital is home to 80 geothermal springs, the world’s largest thermal water cave system, enchanting parks, romantic streets, dozens of World Heritage sites, and hundreds of internationally renowned museums, cafés, shops, and clubs. The city’s fascinating, eclectic, millennia-old history excites and stimulates at every turn, and its pulsating 21st century dynamism breathes a thrilling energy into even the narrowest of charming side streets. Come discover this captivating capital, and let us show you what makes Budapest the Danube’s true “pearl.” 

Budapest Tour Options

  • Budapest City Highlights
  • Jewish Budapest and City Highlights
  • Architecture 
  • Buda Art Tour
  • Downtown Design Walk, the Jewish Quarter, and Andrassy Avenue
  • Famous Cafe Houses of the Golden Age
  • Galleries and Antiques: Margaret Bridge to Chain Bridge
  • Modern Design: Galleries, Stores, and Collections
  • Roman Heritage 
  • Turkish Heritage
  • Day Trip to Artist Village Szentendre
  • Day Trip to the Towns on the Danube

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Special Tours

Galleries and Antiques: Margaret Bridge to Chain Bridge

The Bauhaus and Art Nouveau-style Újlipótváros is a distinctive area within the city center. Its breathtking resident buildings; St. Stephen's Park; views of Margaret Island and Buda Hills; and  cafes and pastry shops all make for must-sees. Further south, find several galleries in the Falk Miksa Street neighborhood and dozens of antique shops as well.


Buda Art Tour

Explore the Castle District with its contemporary design stores and Hungarian National Gallery, and visit the Turkish baths Rudas and Király. You Will also see Roman ruins in Óbuda and visit the Kiscelli Museum, a former monastery with a permanent exhibition on the history of Budapest.