Ruin pubs began opening around Hungary a little over a decade ago and are typically set up in abandoned factory buildings, car garages, or even homes. On this tour, you will have an incredibly fun night while being introduced to the many pubs in the old Jewish district. During the four hours of bar hopping, you can expect to make new friends and interact with like-minded people who also are looking for a good time. Your group along with a local guide will venture to 4 or 5 vibrant nightlife scenes where you will be introduced to the local drinking culture. With the purchase of your ticket, you get a guide to show you around the city and three drinks to get your night started. At the end of the tour you will get a map to help you get home and to further assist you in exploring Budapest's nightlife.
This private, 5-hour tour takes you to all the hidden spots of Budapest filled with Jewish history and culture. You will have the opportunity to meet an active member of the local Jewish community and gain a comprehensive understanding of modern Jewish life in Budapest. During the tour, you will also visit the Neolog Synagogue and eat a 3-course Hungarian lunch in the home of a local Hungarian. There will be beginning to end transportation, allowing you to cover more ground and visit several sites and historic places.
If you find yourself hungry in Hungary, then you may consider taking this private tour with a local guide who can show you the best Hungarian cuisine. On this tour, you will taste award-winning chocolate, authentic Jewish dishes, vintage drinks, traditional Hungarian dishes, and handmade ice cream. The minimum number of participants needed for the tour is two and the maximum is 12. Though solo travelers may book a tour, they will be charged for the base rate for two travelers. This food tour will allow you to explore the city in a new way by dining where the locals dine and walking down the hidden streets to find hole-in-the-wall eateries with amazing food. Not only will you eat some of the best food you've ever tasted, but you will also discover hidden streets, bars, and restaurants, and even learn a little history along the way.
The best part about traveling on bike is that you can visit 10 sites and cover 8 km in just 2.5 hours. As the name of the tour suggests, this tour will take you to the most important sites in the Pest side of the city. Don't worry, you will still get a nice view of the Buda side from the river bank. During the tour, you will not just learn about dates and numbers related to the sites, but fun facts and personal stories. Two of the ten sites are UNESCO- World Heritage Sites and you will have the chance to visit the Operetta theatre, the Hungarian Parliment, Liberty Square, and Andrassy Street. At the Jewish Quarter and Basilica, you will see the largest synagogue in Europe and explore the most popular street of Pest filled with ruin pubs and gastro bars. You will also stop at the City Park where you will see the Tree of Freedom, the biggest thermal bath in Budapest, and Vajdahunyad Castle. These are just some of the places you'll discover during the tour and by the end, you will have a good basic knowledge of the city's top sites and some memorable stories to help you remember the history. Budapest is an incredible city filled with many historical sites and cultural spots you don't want to miss. Your tour guide will make sure you don't leave with questions unanswered and will give you an experience that will connect you to the city during your stay.
This private tour is for those people who want to have an intimate experience learning about the Jewish Hungarian culture and the rich Jewish heritage in Budapest. You will explore the highlights of the Jewish district and have all your questions answered by a professional local guide during the 4.5-hour tour. Your guide will make sure you visit the sites you are most interested in and skip the destinations you don't feel a need to learn more about. During the tour, you will see the Gozsdu passage, the Jewish quarter, all three synagogues in the city center, and several other places. The tour ends at the famous kosher confectionary where you are invited for cake or can choose to receive 10% off at a Jewish restaurant. If you are interested in learning about the Jewish history of Budapest with a knowledgable tour guide, this tour is perfect for you.