Learn why Budapest is often called the "Paris of the East!" Go on an evening stroll for the best photo opportunities when you pass famous sights and the best stories and myths surrounding Hungarian origins and culture.
"Paris of the East" is one of the most famous sentences used when describing Budapest at night. The magnificent buildings and sights all glowing and illuminated at night gives this city a totally different feeling than what you'll experience during the day. This night stroll is designed to take you along a path where you'll get to see the best parts of the city by night for some of the most terrific photo opportunities.
You'll not only learn about these grandiose sights but hear the stories and history surrounding them and the Hungarians with all their crazy history. You'll learn about where the Hungarians really came from, the development of their language, culture and state over more than 1000 years and hear a couple of myths and legends from the ancient past to up until very recently in their history.
Everything will be explained during this relaxed and pleasant stroll in the illuminated city. At the end of the tour, cap off the evening with a one-hour boat cruise ticket on the Danube with a free drink of choice from the drink list!
- Hungarian legends about the best illuminated sights
- Learn about Hungarian origins, myths and legends from the dark past to the present day
- All the best photo stops for that perfect picture
- 1-hour boat cruise with drinks on the Danube
- Private English-speaking guide
- Free drink of choice
- Boat cruise ticket
- Stops for photos and questions
- Pick-up option
- Public transport tickets
- Entrance to sights and museums
- Meals and drinks unless specified
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs
- Children below 8 years old are free of charge.
- Tour goes in all weather conditions. We will not be responsible for unforeseen delays or accidents.
- Depending on the time and season, the boat trip may be taken in the beginning, middle or end of the tour.
- The walking tours are small and generally do not have more than 15 participants, making them interactive and personal and giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide.