See a different side of Budapest with a Budapest Combo that includes a 2-hour Segway tour, a night walk and river cruise. On a state-of-the-art Segway, you’ll pass top attractions like St. Stephen’s Basilica and Andrassy Avenue. Then, on a 3-hour evening tour, see the best of Budapest by foot and by boat. Stroll through the city streets on a walking tour with your guide before boarding a 1-hour cruise along the Danube River. You’ll pass landmarks like the Chain Bridge and see the Buda Castle aglow at night.
Segway Sightseeing Tour (2 hours) Greet your guide in central Budapest takes you past Széchenyi Istvan Square and the Chain Bridge, a beautiful structure that suspends across the Danube to connect Buda and Pest. You’ll also travel around central Budapest and witness striking city architecture along the way. The extended 3-hour option provides extra time to discover the Buda Castle District across the river. Back in Pest you’ll see the bustling Andrassy Avenue, lined with shops and restaurants, as well as the Hungarian State Opera House and the towering edifice of St. Stephen’s Basilica.The shops and attractions continue along your route through Vaci Street and Vorosmarty Square. Your tour will conclude with visits to the Danube Promenade to overlook the river, Liberty Square, the Chain Bridge and more.Budapest Night Walk and Danube River Cruise (3 hours)Explore the streets first with your local guide, who will pass on stories of illustrious Hungarians and the surrounding architecture. You’ll hear about where the first Hungarians came from, and the facts behind the famous Attila the Hun. As you walk through the city and admire the buildings illuminated with light, you’ll have the chance to ask questions and take photos of the glowing Buda Castle District and the Danube Promenade. Then give your legs a rest and climb aboard an evening cruise on the Danube. Enjoy a free welcome drink and the chance to see the top attractions from the water. Glide past the impressive Parliament building, under the Chain Bridge and much more. Commentary will also be provided if you’re interested in learning more about the scenery you pass along the way.