We start our sightseeing bus tour at the Synagogue in Dohány Street, the biggest synagogue of the Hungarian Neolog Judaism. Next to the building, we can observe the beautiful Emanuel Tree, that commemorates the martyrs of the holocaust with their names inscribed on its leafs. After that we pass over the impressive Andrássy Street where we take a look on the spectacles on-site including the State Opera House. Two minutes from there we find the House of Terror museum that can also be inspected from the inside upon request. Moving over on Andrássy Street, we find ourselves on the monumental Heroe’s Square. The square is next to the City Park, where we can get off and examine the Vajdahunyad Castle as well as one of the most enticing spas of Hungary, the Széchenyi Medicinal Bath. After that, passing by the famous Nyugati Railway Terminal, we pass over the Margaret Bridge on our way to Buda on the other side of the Danube. Traveling southbound on Bem Wharf, we can observe the Parliament Building, the most beautiful and third largest such building in Europe. Our next stop is the Citadella at the top of Gellért Hill. The amazing view from here made UNESCO’s List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Once we had spent some time with taking in the sight, we make our way over to the Castle District, where we guide you through the most beautiful spectacles like the ornate Neo-Gothic Matthias Church, the Fisherman’s Bastion and the Castle. Here we can observe another lovely view before finishing our tour with a nice lunch or dinner enjoying the same view of the city and the Danube.
The route and the duration of the tour can be adjusted upon request.