Discover the secrets of the Buda Castle with an aperitive on the terrace of the Fishermen's Bastion

Price: €65,00
Duration: 3 and a half hours
Minimum 20 people


The tour includes:

  • Guided visit of the Castle district, the oldest part of the city
  • Guided visit of the Royal Palace or Castle – an impressive, symmetrical neo-Baroque complex dominating Buda skyline. Today, the Palace houses the National Széchenyi Library and several museums, among them there are the Hungarian National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum.
  • Visit of the Church of the Assumption at the Buda Castle, more commonly known as Matthias Church. It was built in late Gothic style in the second half of the 14th century, with its colourful ceramic roof and white tower.
  • The Fishermen’s Bastion, one of the major tourist attractions thanks to the unique view from the Neo-Romanesque terraces.
  • Funicular ride, where you can enjoy the spectacular panorama of the Danube. The funicular cars – called “Margit” and “Gellért” – take visitors from Clark Ádám tér to the Castle and back in just a couple of minutes. The Buda Castle Funicular is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage sites.

At the end of the tour, guests will be offered a cocktail on the Terrace of the Fishermen’s Bastion.


Enjoy the Eastern side of Budapest

Price: €38,00
Duration: 3 and a half hours
Minimum 20 people


The tour includes:
• Guided visit of St. Stephen Basilica
• Visit of the Great Market Hall

This tour will take our guests to discover the Eastern side of the Hungarian capital. Pest is the plain, cultural, and commercial part of the city, which has a beautiful historical area too. Our guests will be able to visit the most interesting attractions in this area – from the Inner City to the Parliament – and experience the bustling life of the city.


Visit the Hungarian Parliament and Café Gerbeaud

Price: €90,00
Duration: 3 hours
Minimum 20 people


The tour includes:
• A 45-minute guided visit of the Parliament
• Coffee & Cake at the Café Gerbeaud

The Parliament of Budapest, which has become the symbol of the Capital, is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary. Located in Pest, the Eastern side, the project by the Hungarian architect Imre Steindl was designed in neo-Gothic style – with a symmetrical façade and a central dome – and was built between 1880 and 1902.
The alluvial soil of the Danube Eastern bank had to be reinforced by a two-meter-deep concrete foundation so that it could support the colossal building, which is 268 meters long and 123 meters at its greatest width. The Parliament has 10 courts, 27 gates, and 29 staircases.
The exterior of the building is adorned with lace-like Gothic pinnacles and 88 statues representing Hungarian rulers, princes, and military commanders. On the Danube, an unbroken line of arcades dominates the building, with neo-Gothic and neo-Renaissance motifs. In the central part of the building, in Kossuth Lajos tér, is the main entrance, flanked by bronze lions, behind which the ornamental staircase leads to the hall under the dome.

The legendary Café Gerbeaud, in the heart of Budapest, is one of the largest, oldest, and most famous coffee shop in Europe, which was opened in 1858. Gerbeaud’s specialties include famous cakes, such as Eszterházy and Dobos, as well as every sort of cream cakes, extravagant bakery products and delicious ice-creams.


Walk through the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest with Vet students

Price: € 15 
Duration: 60-80 minutes
Minimum 22 people
Maximum 35 people


The tour includes:

  • Transfer from Budapest Cogress Center to the University and viceversa
  • Guided tour at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest

According to the website We love Budapest, vet students have the most spectacular and cosiest university campus in Budapest. The idea of founding a veterinary school in Pest emerged more than 200 years ago, and in 1787 the University of Pest was among the first institutions to establish a veterinary science department within its Faculty of Medicine, which is now highly esteemed worldwide. The protected monument complex of pavilion buildings was originally designed by Imre Steindl, the innovative Magyar architect known for designing the Parliament House in Budapest.
The core buildings were erected in the last decades of the 19th century in neo-renaissance style. Elizabethtown, where the campus is located, at that time was a suburb, now it is a beautiful downtown park.
During the walk, Vet students will provide interesting information on the past and present of the Campus, such as on the sculptures of the great ancestors in the ‘Park of Fame’, on the sculpture of the founding father of veterinary education in Budapest, etc.
Also, you will be able to visit the ornate reading room of the Library and the veterinary historical museum.