Looking for a tour by the riverside of this beautiful city?
See the highlights of Budapest, cool down with our riverside tour or enjoy Budapest by night. We love Budapest and like to share our love with you by showing you our favorite places and share the best tips to make your stay perfect!
About the Budapest Riverside & Island Tour
The best place to witness the true beauty of Budapest is from the Danube riverside in Buda and Pest. In combination with a ride around the green Margaret Island with its swimming-pools and parks the Riverside & Island Tour is an excellent way to escape the hot city center and get some fresh air on a summer-day.
The tour starts at our shop behind the Fovam Ter, in Veres Palne U. 44. It is easy to reach by Tram 2 or green metro M4 (station Fovam Ter) or blue metro M3 (station Kalvin Ter).
- Starting time: Every day of the week at 14.00 am
- Duration: 3 hours
- Price: 22 Euro pp
- Info: Minimum number of guests is 2
Central Market Hall
Breakfast, lunch, dinner or just hungry? Check out the biggest market hall in the city and fill your stomach and less your thirst!
To many the most beautiful bathhouse in Budapest. Enjoy its mineral hot spring in Art Nouveau style like no other in Budapest. And learn which cruel things happened on the Gellert Hill next to it.
Stroll around the monumental park from the river to the Royal Palace or just relax and enjoy the view of the secret gardens.
Margaret Island fountain
Enjoy the light-, water- and music-show of the big fountain and mingle among the locals having a drink.
Although Hungary is not the biggest nation in the world it has one of the biggest parliaments that you can find on this planet. And at night it is possibly even more beautiful than during the day.
What do Ronald Reagan, the last standing Soviet monument and the American Embassy have in common? They all live on the same square!
St. Stephen’s Basilica
Possibly the most beautiful basilica in Eastern Europe and for sure one of the most impressive buildings in Budapest. Construction started in 1851 but was only completed in 1905, due to the collapse of the main dome during the construction. The dome collapsed again during the Second World War but rest assure: it is safe to visit now!