We invite you to know the capital of Hungary, much more that an European capital: its history, customs and heritage make it an idyllic place.
What is a Free Tour?
It is about a walking visit with a qualified guides for free. Once the tour is finished, you can put a price according to your level of satisfaction.
Things to do Budapest Free Walking Tour
Our Budapest Free Walking Tour will show you the main landmarks and every attraction that this city offers to the visitors, an incomparable rich cultural heritage and stunning views. Our English speaking guides will unfold everything about the turbulent past and the exciting present of Budapest.
We will take you around the most emblematic places, such as the Parliament, the famous Chain Bridge, also we can walk through the Liberty Square.Between majestic buildings and art nouveau style, we will find one of the few remaining monuments of the city to the Soviets.
We will also tell you the best anecdotes on our Budapest Free Walking Tour, as you can contemplate the impressionist style of this colourful and contrasting city. Definitely, this is a fundamental journey back in time to get an idea of how Budapest is.
Book this Budapest Free Walking Tour to have a great time with us while we explore the jewel of the Danubius.
Highlights to see in Budapest Free Walking Tour
St. Stephen's Basilica
Deák Ferenc Square
Nazi Invasion Monument
1956 Revolution Square
The Great Synagogue
And much more!
Guide in Spanish and English
2 hours 30 minutes
A partir de 16 años: free
Niños (0-15): free
Availability and starting time
When to book?
You can reserve up to before the activity
If you will not be able to attend the tour, please cancel the reservation, so that the guide does not wait.
Limited availability. Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability. Choose date and fill in the required fields. Secure and protected payment. You will immediately receive your booking confirmation.
Is the interior of the monuments visited?
Exterior and interior of most named sites
Is the tour adapted for people with reduced mobility?