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Take a Danube cruise for the best views of the city

There's more than one way to admire the beauty of the Danube River, the magnificent scenic divider, and connector of Buda and Pest.  Embark on a relaxing daytime sightseeing cruise that includes a stroll through Margaret Island, or add a romantic touch with an evening cruise that's accompanied by dinner and dancing beneath the stars.

Look up, look around, and experience the city with Zsófi Bittó, our favourite tour guide!

Private, tailored walking tours in Budapest

Downtown Budapest

The downtown is more than just offices and shops. If you walk around in the streets of the 5th district, you can understand how today’s Budapest evolved, who lived and lives here and what the best spot to overlook the city is…

Price from 115 EUR / 2 persons

Synagogues, passages&”flódni”

Today the former Jewish quarter has come to life again and has become one of the most vibrating and frequented places in the downtown. Enchanting passages, modern-restored-rundown buildings are side-by-side. Ruin-pubs, cafés, and designer shops pop up month after month, there is always something new to discover here!

Price from 115 EUR / 2 persons

Relax in a thermal bath

If you would like to enjoy the finest cakes that Budapest offers (it has finger foods, too!), or experience sunset with a glass of wine with friends or family, visit Czakó Garden!

Only two bus stops (1500 m) from Gerlóczy in Tabán's oldest house (on Buda side). 

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Budapest isn't called the 'City of Baths' for nothing. Hungary is a land of thermal springs, and Budapest remains the only capital city in the world that is rich in thermal waters with healing qualities. Take a dip in one of its many famous thermal baths and enjoy a unique spa experience!

We recommend Gellért Baths - Built between 1912 and 1918 in Art Nouveau style, it is one of the most beautiful and elegant baths in Budapest. Its columned, Roman-style swimming pool may look familiar as it is the most photographed spa of Hungary.