Top 5 Hungarian Tours for 2018
If you’re thinking of booking a holiday to Hungary, there are plenty of things to see and do. Most tourists tend to head into the country’s capital of Budapest. With around 5.5 million visitors each year, the city has fast become one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe.
While you can make the most of the public transport in order to visit the main attractions, sometimes it’s nice to have a local guide at your side. So if you want to see the real Budapest, here are our top 5 Hungarian Tours for 2018.
Top 5 Hungarian Tours
This tour lasts between 3.5 and 4 hours and covers a lot of ground in the process. Starting at the Central Market Hall there’s a chance to learn more about the building and an introduction to Hungarian culture. There will be tasters of traditional Hungarian sausages and salami before heading off on a walking tour of Budapest.
Other highlights include fresh-water fish, a guided tour at an award winning chocolate factory and a trip to the Jewish Quarter. That’s not all though, as what food tour of Budapest would be complete without tasting an authentic bowl of goulash?
Giving you exactly as the title suggest – the best beers of Budapest. When you visit a new city its all to easy to slip into familiarity, you find a bar you like and stick to it. If you’re looking for a pub crawl but want to meet the locals, rather than get caught up in stag and hen parties, then join this tour.
Your local guide will know all the best bars in Budapest, so let them show you the way. You’ll experience an unique steam punk bar, a converted warehouse near the Danube River, a football pub from the communist era and a craft beer venue.
There won’t be any international brands mentioned on this shopping tour in Budapest, for it’s proud to support home grown talent. Everything available has been made locally, from independent clothes shops to arts and crafts. Meeting at the Central Market Hall, you should allow enough time to see the market in action before you start your Made in Budapest tour.
This historical tour in Hungary takes you to some iconic landmarks, including the Parliament Building and Castle Hill. The main stretch of the tour commences from the gates of the Castle District, there’s a trip around the Royal Palace too. Your own private guide will be able to tailor the route slightly depending on the needs of your group.
If you’re a wine lover then this tour will take you to the some of the best wine bars in Budapest. Hungarian Wine isn’t as well publicised as it’s Italian or French equivalents, but with a local guide by your side, you’ll soon be a connoisseur.