Walk Details

This walking tour covers both side of Danube river in Budapest. Major sights we are passing by: St.Stephen Basilica, Gresham Palace, Elisabeth square, Love lock tree, Danube Promenade, Inner city, Chain Bridge and the Castle District area (Royal Palace, Matthias Church, Fisherman Bastion). During this walking tour you see the main sights while we point out to you the easily overlooked but possibly more significant landmarks of Budapest. (Gellért hill with Liberty statue, Elisabeth bridge, Margaret Island, Margaret Bridge, Anker palace, Parliament, hills on Buda side, ).

We also add cultural & historical background and share our personal experiences to understand the every day life of the Hungarians. Tour is focusing: Budapest architecture and history, Contemporary Hungarian society Everyday life stories Orientation (baths, museums, how to save money in Budapest, etc)

Meeting Point: 1052. Vörösmarty tér – last stop of M1 metro line at the lion fountain

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Time of the Walk: 10:30AM, 2:30PM; 2.5-3 HOURS

Availability: Daily at 10:30AM & 2:30PM (EXCEPT Dec, 24,25,& JAN.01)

Languages spoken: English, Spanish, Hungarian, Russian, Bulgarian

Maximum People: 12

Approximate Cost: Tours have no fixed prices, based on contributions only. Supporting us is not compulsory and participants are free to give as much or as little as they feel the tour is worth, and is therefore available for everybody and anybody interested in Hungary. You could literally pay nothing and walk away at the end, and some people do this on nearly every tour, but most people find the tours to be extremely informative, entertaining and engaging, so they appreciate their tour guides (all tour guides work exclusively for gratuities) and with their contribution keep the project alive for the future. This is an independent project without financial support from any third parties (there is NO business or governmental involvement on any level). A suggested contribution is 5-10€/pp. The reason we suggest a number is for those who are unsure of what is helpful for us to keep running our tours free. 100% of our funding comes from your contribution. Again, nothing is compulsory, everything is welcome.

Note: Our Hippisaurus may not be professional tour guides. They are your friendly neighbors who love to show their town to guests out of their own will.

This friendly tour is led by our Hippisaurus Agnes Molnar who loves to share his passion and love for the city with travelers.

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    • Your booking is confirmed only after receiving confirmation email from Hippisaurus. Maximum person allowed is 6.