Do this because
Discover Buda, the castle district of Budapest
Visit Castle Hill on a group tour
Experience panoramic views from Fisherman's Bastion
Enjoy an evening cruise on the Danube river
See the city illuminated by the night lights
What to expect
Explore the district of Buda Castle on a group walking tour. Visit the historical castle and palace complex of the Hungarian kings in Budapest with a professional guide and learn how it was rebuilt, extended, changed, burned down and rebuilt.
See the famous panoramic views of the Danube, Margaret Island, Pest and the Gellért Hill from Fisherman's Bastion. Admire the abundantly decorated roof of Matthias Church and the Neo-Baroque masterpiece Matthias Fountain, often referred to as the ’Trevi Fountain of Budapest’. Discover the official residence of the President of Hungary at Sandor Palace that was originally built in 1806.
In the evening, take a scenic boat tour along the Danube and view the city illuminated by the night lights. Cruise under the Chain Bridge and past the Hungarian Parliament while sipping on a drink. Hear about the landmarks from the onboard commentary (available in 30 languages), and enjoy the onboard WiFi and your choice of a glass of Champagne, wine, beer, soda, or mineral water.
2-hour guided walking tour in the Buda castle district
1-hour Evening River cruise on the Danube
Audio guide on board the cruise
One glass of Champagne, wine, beer, soda or mineral water
Budapest, Clark Ádám tér, 1013 Hungary
Meet your guide next to Funicular ticket shop at the Clark Adam square Buda side. Please show the same voucher for the walking tour and the cruise.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the activity begins.
Important to know
- Note there is a break time between Buda Castle district tour and Cruise
- Time selected during checkout is for your Buda Castle district tour
- Evening cruise departs at 9.00pm
- You will need to make your way to the cruise port on your own - located at Pest side Dock Nr 7
- The cruise starts and ends at the same pier
- Unfortunately, this tour is not wheelchair accessible