Explore the Castle District of Budapest on a 3-hour historical walking tour of the UNESCO Word Heritage Site of Buda Castle. Stroll along cobblestone streets with a private guide, and enjoy sublime views of the Danube, and Pest’s monumental buildings.
What to Expect
Perched on the left bank of the Danube River, the Castle District of Budapest is the hilly, older section of the city, full of stunning architecture from the medieval to the baroque.
On this 3-hour walking tour around Buda Castle (Royal Palace), you will journey back to the 13th century, and explore the golden period of the 15th century. The Ottoman invasion, the Habsburg period, and the battles of 1944-1945 all had a significant effect on the architectural feature of the district.
From the walls - the most strategic position in the city - you can gaze out at one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world. Admire the most popular attractions, such as Matthias Church on Holy Trinity Square and the Fishermen's Bastion.
The tour can be extended on request, with a visit to Watertown, the narrow area of twisting streets between the Danube and Castle Hill.
- Buda Castle walking tour
- English-speaking private guide
What's Not Included
- Public transportation costs
- Entrance fees
- Food and drink
- Tips (optional)