Explore the busy and lively center of the city on the east bank of the river Danube. Get educated about the history of the places you will go on this 3-hour small-group tour.
Meet your historian guide in front of the Parliament at Kossuth square. Learn about the other buildings and monuments on and around the square, then visit the most impressive Holocaust Monument erected on a bank of the Danube right behind the Parliament to memorialize the thousands of Jewish citizens of Budapest killed on that very spot in the last months of the Second World War. Next stop, Freedom Square which was originally built as the financial center of the city and according to many it is the most beautiful square in town. Continue to St Stephen's Basilica. Pass by several beautiful art nouveau buildings for which Budapest is famous for. Walk along the Andrassy Boulevard, an esplanade designed for nobility. The tour concludes at Heroes Square.
Ideal for first-time visitors. It offers a great introduction to the city especially with the commentary by a historian. Recommended to travelers who prefer small-group tours.