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GayGuide.Net Tours. Let us take you around!
It would be a pleasure for us if you took one or more of our private tours. We will be happy to answer your questions about (gay) life in Hungary. All the tours inside Budapest are walking tours. [All tours outside Budapest are car driven tours (In case of group reservations of more than 3 persons by van).] Our tour guide is Csaba. He`s very qualified, speaks fluent English, and is gay of course. For questions please contact us: budapesttoursgayguide.net.
If you want to reserve a tour please choose from the tours listed below and then please fill the reservation form at the buttom of this page. Your reservation will be confirmed by email. Please make the reservation at your earliest convinence. Not in every case we are able to do tours if we get requests less than 72 hours before the tour.


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  • Comment by Alan (October 2013): Csaba is knowledgeable about both the gay scene and the history and architecture of Budapest. I've encouraged him to add a 'ruin pub' stop to the tour but otherwise we were completely satisfied.
  • Comment by Evan (June 2013): Thank you so much for a wonderful tour and all the history you taught me about Budapest. It was truly a great overview of the city, I hope to go back one day!
  • Comment by Tom Jones (May 2013): In May, 3 friends & I booked a combination 'Budapest by Night’ & ‘Gay Bar and Clubbing Tour’ with Csaba. We walked through the Jewish section where Csaba provided insights into Hungarian history & the changing environment of downtown Budapest. We had some great Hungarian wine at an interesting ruins bar called AnKER'T & had delicious snacks at Café Eklektika before stopping at a couple of friendly bars. It was an extremely entertaining & informative evening. Csaba was a wonderful guide.
  • Comment by TC (April 2013): I took the guided bar crawl tour, and while I was the only person, I loved learning more about Hungary, and its history and people, and seeing the different Gay Bars in Budapest. Csaba was a wonderful guide, and this being my first trip out of the Americas, I felt like I was with a close friend or family member.
  • Comment by Sean and Doug (April 2013): We just wanted to say thank you for the wonderful tour of Budapest. You provided a tour that exceeded our expectations. You presented a city rich with history, culture and past turmoil. You made us feel welcome and freely answered every question we had about politics, the people of Hungary, and the future of your evolving country. You have spoiled us. We will never go on another group tour again. If you ever come to Seattle we would love to show you a glimpse into our world.
  • Comment by Paulo (January 2013): I was in Budapest to celebrate my 43 years last Friday and my present was a tour with the wonderful guide Csaba, he made my birthday unforgettable... He knows all of Budapest history and much more. I had a great time with him, with many places to see and discover everything about the wonderful Budapest. If you thinking to travel to Budapest, don't hesitate. Book a tour with Csaba and have a great time in Budapest. Thanks Csaba, you are The Guide... I will be back soon...
  • Comment by Don & Doug (August 2012): Thank you so very much for making our time in Budapest so informative and enjoyable. We had a short time here and you managed to fill it for us very satisfactorily. Had we not met you I think we would have felt lost. Our time with you was the most enjoyable part of our visit.
  • Comment by Jay (July 2012): Csaba provided a wonderful, first-class introduction to Budapest on my first day in the city. He met me promptly at my hotel and took me for an architectural and historical tour of the city. I immediately felt as if we were old friends. I found him well-informed on virtually all aspects of Budapest--history, politics, the arts, and especially its eclectic architecture. Full of energy and good humor, he is happy to share his knowledge, and he knows all sorts of interesting, off-the-beaten-path sights. I especially appreciated his detailed suggestions of things I could see on my own in the week ahead. It was fun to spend time with Csaba. I felt I learned a lot, and in only a few hours he made me feel at home in this fascinating city.
  • Comment by Bill (June 2012): A friend of mine and I took the Gay Bar and Clubbing Tour on May 17, 2012. Csaba had another commitment, and he had arranged for a colleague, Attila, to replace him. Attila was a licensed guide who showed us not only the gay nightlife, but many of the interesting sites that Budapest is known for. He was knowledgeable, charming and very willing to accommodate us. We could not have asked for a better guide or a more enjoyable evening. We recommend him highly.
  • Comment by Chris (April 2012): I went on a tour with Csaba in August, 2010. We were thrilled with the tour and with Csaba! It really felt like we were with an old friend. He is very knowledgable about your beautiful city. I have a friend that will be traveling to Budapest in August 2012, and I will refer her to your site. She will ask for Csaba. It was very special for my Partner and I as we both have roots in Budapest. I will be back someday and I hope I can stay longer this time. Csaba is a great asset to your company!
  • Comment by Ken from New York (July 2011): Wanted to thank you for the informative and insightful tour of your beautiful city. I found my way around quite well the remainder of my stay, and was thrilled that the temperature cooled down a bit. If you are back in New York again, contact me if you want. I'll buy you a lemonade, without too much ice. Best wishes.
  • Comment by Steven from Atlanta (September 2010): Our group of 4 had two great days with Csaba as our guide. One day roaming the city seeing all the sites, and another day in the Danube Bend seeing the countryside. Csaba was a wonderful guide with a lot of insight and knowledge. He made our trip so much more meaningful and special by having a personal experience as well as a great tour guide. We would totally recommend.
  • Comment by Alex from Italy (August 2010): I was in Budapest in August and had a guided tour of the city with a very nice and qualified guide, Mr Csaba who could also speak very good English. I really enjoyed this tour of the city as I stayed in Budapest only a short time and in one day I could see the best venues and get directly to the attractions I was interested in. Thanks you very much!
  • Comment by Chris from Pennsylvania (August 2010): I just returned back to my hotel from a tour given by Csaba. I'm sure you already know this, but I felt it necessary to tell you anyway. Csaba is a wonderful tour guide. He is very knowledgable, and friendly. I could not imagine a better tour! I am so happy we decided to book a tour with you that I am going to book another tour in Prague. I only wish I could have Csaba again. It was an absolute pleasure for both me and my Partner. I felt like we were with a great friend who happened to know a lot about the city. Again, he is wonderful. Thank You so much for making our stay in your beautiful city so memorable! Please let me know where I can write a review so other people can request Csaba.
  • Comment by Bob and Charlie from New Jersey (November 2009): We would like to thank you so much for the time you spent with us. We had such a great time and you gave us such history and perspective- something we would never have received from a guide book.
  • Comment by Harald from Switzerland (November 2009): Thanks for giving me the possibility to do this great tour. My guide made a fantastic job and explained in a very exciting way the Hungarian history and architecture, we could admire the various monuments and great buildings. I was amazed how knowledgeable my guide was. This tour is highly recommended to people who are interested in Budapest, its formation and history.
  • Comment by Ronald from Mexico (September 2009): What a wonderful job our guide did. He was an excellent guide and really knew so much. We had a really fun time with him.
 
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Can't find the tour that you was looking for here? Got your own idea for a tour that you have in mind? You have a special interest? Let us know. We may be able to do that tour for you.
Grand Budapest Sightseeing Tour
Historic downtown of Pest, Millennium Underground, Heroes' Square, State Opera, St. Steven Basilica, Liberty Square, Building of Parliament, Chain Bridge, Castle District.

The Pearl of the Danube, the Paris of the East, the Gate of the Balkans, an Outshiner of Imperial Splendor - all the names that were / are used for Budapest, the Capital of Hungary. Although the city has more than 2,000 years of history, it is still quite a young capital as Buda, Obuda and Pest were unified only in 1873, during the Golden Period of our country.
A lot happened even before and after that. Romans, Invasion of the Mongols, 150 years of Turkish Rule, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, a large and rich Jewish Community, 2 World Wars, loss of huge lands and minorities and over 40 years of Socialism.
These all had their effects, the changes leaving their fingerprints on the layout of the city, style of the buildings, attitudes of the people, creating a colorful, splendid, vibrant city of the 21st century.

This tour is the 'get-it-all tour' recommended for first time visitors or for those short of time.

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
4 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 88 EUR, 2 persons 99 EUR, 3 persons 109 EUR, 4 persons 119 EUR, 5 persons 129 EUR, 6 persons 139 EUR, 7 persons 149 EUR, 8 persons 159 EUR, 9 persons 169 EUR, 10 persons 179 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Gay Bar and Clubbing Tour
Going out is a must, isn't it?! Especially if one is away on holidays! Get ready, up-to-date and look around in the nightlife of Budapest with our help! This tour offers a great introduction to Budapest's gay scene and is our gay night life orientation tour.

Let us take good care of you and enjoy going out under our guidance. Our guide will meet you at your hotel or accommodation. We will start with a dinner at a traditional or another restaurant (The guide will give you suggestions for nice restaurants, e.g. Cafe Eklektika) or just with drinks. Then he will guide you through the center of Budapest, a walk with a bit of sightseeing. As the night is getting older bar and club hopping will follow, with stops gay bars and clubs. Where to go depends on which places you would like to see. The guide will tell you what the options are and he knows where to go at what time. Fridays and Saturday nights are certainly more interesting than other days of the week. And while enjoying your time listen to stories, chat, drink and party the night away!

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
5 hours

Suggested time to meet:
Party Animals - Friday or Saturday 8 pm
Easy Chill-Out - Any day 8 pm

Rate:
For 1 person 99 EUR, 2 persons 109 EUR, 3 persons 119 EUR, 4 persons 129 EUR, 5 persons 139 EUR, 6 persons 149 EUR, 7 persons 159 EUR, 8 persons 169 EUR, 9 persons 179 EUR, 10 persons 189 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Downtown and Andrassy Avenue
A stroll around the history of Pest downtown, Andrassy Avenue, Heroes Square.

The city that used to be Pest had been surrounded by a city wall - following the old Roman-period pattern - until up to the end of the 18th century. So for many centuries the wall had protected the citizens behind it, and also made them think and plan how to develop their ways of live. Pest was always the scene of business and of commercial and cultural life and the many different ideas and functions created a complex structure of modern and older, sometimes ancient buildings, streets.
During the Golden Period of Hungary (second part of cent. 19th) huge scale urban development projects were carried out, one of the grandest of which was Andrassy Avenue, changing its name through the times and eras passing by (Sugarut, Andrassy ut, Sztalin avenue, Nepkoztarsasag utja and Andrassy ut again), listing major buildings and monuments as the State Opera, Puppet Theater and many palaces of the Rich and Powerful. As the crown or the main jewel of the area Heroes' square was designed with the National Monument and Museum of Fine Arts.

Want to be detailed on grand designs and urban planning? We will not leave You disappointed!

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Historic Walk of Buda
Castle District, Royal Palace, Fishermen's Bastion, Matthias Church, Chain Bridge, Tunnel.

Historic Buda - nowadays Castle District - most of the time functioned as the capital of Hungary and its long history starting from the first fortifications of the 13th century produced many interesting sights. The Royal Palace, now home of several exhibitions, Fishermen's Bastion, the most exciting viewpoint, the early medieval Church of Our Lady changed into a mosque by the Turks and finally rebuilt to be Matyas templom.
There is an extensive cave and corridor system under the baroque houses, and we even have the Tunnel to "shelter" the first permanent bridge of the Danube, the Chain Bridge.

If You ever dreamt of following the footprints of Royalty, great Kings, Queens, Emperors and Empresses, just to mention Sissy…, than we will escort you and make your dreams come true…

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Buda vs. Pest
Discover the similarities and differences of these once separate historic cities.

Throughout the centuries both Buda and Pest emerged to be important cities as separate entities and also as part of the capital after their unification in 1873. These parallel procedures of course had many similarities but also many differences and there even had been periods when they belonged to different powers.
Buda as the capital, hosting Royalty, administration and decision makers, Pest as a flourishing city of traders, merchants, place of business and commercial activity. Yet nowadays the Castle seems like a nice provincial town, Pest has all that a modern capital must have. Discover why?!

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Budapest by Night
Enjoy the beautifully illuminated sights of Budapest, Castle District, Danube Corso, Bridges of the Danube, Andrassy Avenue, State Opera, Heroes' Square.

Enjoy the thousands of twilights, while wondering through the city with all the beautiful monuments and buildings illuminated! The saying goes that everything looks better in the dark with smart makeup of illumination… Well, this is twice as true for Budapest!

This tour can be combined with visiting bars or clubbing, yet learning the touristic side of it as well.

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
4 hours

Suggested time to meet:
7 pm

Rate:
For 1 person 88 EUR, 2 persons 99 EUR, 3 persons 109 EUR, 4 persons 119 EUR, 5 persons 129 EUR, 6 persons 139 EUR, 7 persons 149 EUR, 8 persons 159 EUR, 9 persons 169 EUR, 10 persons 179 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Jewish District
A walk through the old part of Pest and the Historic Jewish District, follow in the footsteps of what was once the largest Jewish community of Central Europe, City gates, Synagogue Triangle, Jewish Memorials, Main Ghetto.

Jews are said to have arrived to the Carpathian basin with the conquering Hungarian tribes. Nevertheless from the 13th century the community served as an important factor in the development of the country and its cities. Their status had always been special but even more so after the Compromise in 1867. The turn of century gave home to the biggest Jewish community of Central Europe, giving many scientists, lawyers, artists, performers, innovators to Hungary and to the world, producing the spectacular Synagogue Triangle and the historic Jewish District. Sadly the Holocaust took hundreds of thousands of victims, changing the history forever. Currently the community of some 90,000 together with the city takes good care of the outstanding historic Jewish downtown, where many shops, workshops, bars and restaurants are coming back.

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Architecture Pestside
Learn about the centuries of different styles that formed Budapest into the city that it is nowadays.

The windmills of history over thousands of years and all the occupying powers, empires, regimes created a strange and interesting mixture of architecture. Though the majority of the city still reflects the eclectic Art Nuevo of its Golden Age, with careful eyes and the expertise of our guide there is a lot more to discover. Roman ruins, early medieval churches and palaces integrated into nowadays buildings, several modern structures, a whole variety of styles and functions, urban planning ideas, plans and mistakes.

For those obsessed with architecture and urban lifestyle.

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Turn of the Century Cafes
Experience the atmosphere of the turn of centuries 19th and 20th, visit the grand cafes where the key figures of history, literature and art gathered. NewYork Palace, Grasham Palace, Muvesz Cafe, Central Cafe.

Once upon a time Hungary was one of the richest countries of Europe, with a vibrant cafe house life of artists, politicians, writers, poets, etc… These were the places where great ideas were born, theories were discussed, and decisions were made. Great things need great background, no doubt. Various ideas need various backgrounds. Buildings for the upper class of rich and powerful, Japanese styled old cafe currently functioning as bookstore, another breathtaking venue next to a bookstore and another with an entire interior as listed monument.

For coffee and cake lovers, and more…

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Post War Architecture
Discover the ideas and problems of the period after World War II, how reconstruction meets development, new plans meet monument conservation and urban planning; learn about the communist era and its architecture.

WWII destroyed half of the city. The leader of the country decided that 10 years after the end of the war there would be no ruins left, so a huge scale of rebuilding and reconstruction project was carried out. Well, clearly not everything was the smartest idea but some worked out pretty fine. The socialist era was also the period of grand sculptures, demonstrating power and / or tyranny. After the change of regime most of these huge symbols were collected in the Statue Park, outskirts of the city, where there is a very smart exhibition explaining life and way of thinking during the socialist-communist period.

This tour introduces the ideology and history of socialist times - and what is still left of it.

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
4 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 88 EUR, 2 persons 99 EUR, 3 persons 109 EUR, 4 persons 119 EUR, 5 persons 129 EUR, 6 persons 139 EUR, 7 persons 149 EUR, 8 persons 159 EUR, 9 persons 169 EUR, 10 persons 179 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Roman Heritage
Discover how the two thousand year old Roman heritage survives and still influences this vibrant modern city, Roman Castrum, Old city plans and gates, Amphitheatre, Ancient Roman Villas and Baths.

For hundreds of years the Northern border of the Holy Roman Empire was the river Danube. There were several watchtowers and fortresses guarding the border and especially the crossing on the river.
The territory of Pest back than was called Contra-Aquincum, the walls of the old fortress were where there is the small boulevard nowadays. On the Buda side, where there is currently a highly populated area with blocks of flats was the old Roman settlement, Aquincum.
How do we know all about this? Reconstructions after WWII revealed many findings, and the urban planners decided to integrate the past in the present and the future: Roman stronghold on the old main square of Pest, current ground plan revealing the ancient structure, two amphitheaters, a cottage, even a whole settlement in between modern buildings, old water channels running parallel highways.

A tour taking You back two thousand years that proves the Romans are still having their effect on our lives…

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Bauhaus and Budapest
This exceptional and interesting modern architectural style of course also left its fingerprints on Budapest. Visit the villas, streets, churches built in Bauhaus style.

During the great recession of 1929-32 a whole street of Bauhaus houses were built - Hungarian architects, designers, contractors. Churches and villas were also created in this fascinating and exciting style that made a huge step towards modernization and modern living. This tour will take you to some of the remote areas of the city, something one might not even discover as a regular tourist.

For fanatics, lovers of modern architecture and experience…

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
Turkish Heritage
There are a few but rather interesting remnants of the 150 years of Turkish occupation of Budapest, Tomb of Gil Baba, Turkish Baths (Kiraly, Racz, Rudas), churches modified into mosques.

No doubt, the Turks came to stay. And they did so for a hundred and fifty years. Yet currently there is hardly anything recognizable from their reign besides some magnificent spas. Well, there is a lot more, even if hidden, integrated into other buildings, churches, prayer rooms, and decoration.

A few centuries later, during the times of Romanticism people seemed to have the good memories and feelings, so a new wave of Turkish styled Art Nuovo buildings, spas and bathhouses were created all over Budapest.

Well, Budapest and its Spas… what more can we need?

The Meeting Spot:
Pick up at your hotel or accommodation.

Duration:
3 hours

Suggested time to meet:
10am/2pm

Rate:
For 1 person 77 EUR, 2 persons 88 EUR, 3 persons 99 EUR, 4 persons 109 EUR, 5 persons 119 EUR, 6 persons 129 EUR, 7 persons 139 EUR, 8 persons 149 EUR, 9 persons 159 EUR, 10 persons 169 EUR

Other Costs:
The price of the tours does _not_ include public transport tickets (check out bkv.hu for fares, passes), entrance fees for museums and venues and does not include consumption in cafes, bars, clubs, restaurants.

Reservations:
Please fill the online form below. Your reservation will be confirmed by email.
Reservations required.
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