Budapest features a remarkably comprehensive and efficient public-transportation system, so to truly experience Hungary’s capital the way that locals do, there is no better way than getting around the city by tram, bus, metro, and even ferryboat. During our 2.5-hour tour, participants not only try five different means of transport but also get a guided tour of the city in a special way. It’s much more fun than being locked up on the sightseeing bus! We offer a real-life experience – get to know Budapest and its dwellers as they live their everyday life.
- A 2.5-hour Budapest tour where participants learn how to use the public-transportation system firsthand
- Visit major Budapest landmarks, including the Danube Promenade, Great Synagogue, and more
- A brief Danube River cruise by public ferryboat included in every tour
- Other means of travel include metro, tram, and bus
- Participants can learn about taking excursions to other Hungarian locations by riverboat and train
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
See Budapest’s landmarks like a local while saving money on taxis and tour buses with Fungarian’s Public Transport Tour of Budapest, providing visitors with a comprehensive introduction to Budapest’s extensive network of trams, buses, ferryboats, and more.
Learn everything you need to know about Budapest’s different types of public-transport tickets and passes before embarking on an urban excursion with a friendly guide, providing interesting details about the landmarks and monuments that groups pass along the way.
Every tour includes a ride on one of Budapest’s public ferryboats crossing the Danube, providing beautiful views over the Chain Bridge and Castle Hill. The tours include details about Budapest’s historic metro system, the first one established in continental Europe.
Guests are also encouraged to ask questions about touring other parts of the city not covered in this excursion, allowing them to make their own way around the city at the lowest cost possible after this tour.
Included: a notebook, a souvenir pen, a 24-hour pass for any means of transportation, a map showing the route we cover, a free drink, Booklet (a manual on Budapest public transport major lines including what you can see along the way)
Not included: any further drinks or food