Programs / Tours

Reserve your sightseeing city tour at the hotel`s reception!

Our guests can choose from the most popular Budapest sightseeing tours by bus and boat and other programs, such as rural tours.

Guests can be sure to obtain the best service programs in Budapest since only reliable and experienced service providers are working within the tourism industry.

Bus tours in Budapest

There is a wide selection of Budapest sightseeing tours by bus: 2, 3, and 4-hour city tour, one day and two-day hop-on-hop-off pass, Jewish Heritage tour of Budapest, interior visit of the Parliament, folklore evening program, and guided tours for small and big groups with a live guide or with automated headphone system in 30 languages to choose from.

Boat tours

A visit to Budapest is not complete until you have a boat tour on the Danube, or a romantic cruise with dinner, in which the most important sights of Budapest can be perfectly seen and admired and in the evenings the sites are perfectly lit up enhancing the experience even further.

Guided tours

Budapest is a uniquely beautiful European capital, in which visitors can choose from the various guided sightseeing tour options, both by bus and Danube sightseeing boats. A typical Budapest city tour with a guide and bus is normally 2, 3, or 4 hours in duration. Just keep in mind that when choosing your sightseeing programs that a 2-hour tour will probably not have time to stop at all the major sights, so if you would really like to admire all the sights of Budapest, a 3 or 4-hour program is worth booking. And for the travellers that are interested in every detail and like to walk, a walking tour is the ideal solution to get familiar with the tourist sight of Budapest, where bus tours can`t even enter, as some as the historical sites are protected this way.

Trips in Hungary

Budapest lies in a beautiful natural environment, offering a variety of half-day trips with a guide and bus to sights just outside of Budapest`s city limits.

The most popular destination is Szentendre, the Baroque town of arts, but the royal castle of Gödöllő, where Habsburg Queen Elizabeth (Sissy) once lived, is also a very popular touristic destination.

There are also many other popular tourist destinations outside of Budapest, which provide all-day bus trips with guides and with a delicious Hungarian dinner.

The picturesque landscapes of the Danube Bend, Lake Balaton, Herend Porcelain factory, and the Hortobágy Puszta are extremely popular.