Private Budapest Art Nouveau Tour by Car

Private & Custom Tours in Budapest

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Discover the artistic history of Budapest with this 5-hour private tour focused on art nouveau, also known as secession. Allow your art historian guide to transport you between the most important sites in the Hungarian capital while introducing you to the major figures and lifestyles of the era. This private tours offers personal attention and includes a pickup and drop-off from your hotel.
After making your booking, contact the tour operator to arrange a departure time that best suits your schedule. At the designated time your private tour guide picks you up in their car from your centrally located Budapest accommodations — or any other central Budapest location that you may prefer.Board the comfortable vehicle and get ready to learn all about the art nouveau movement in Hungary and its representatives. Throughout the tour your knowledgeable art historian guide tells you all about such figures as Odon Lechner, otherwise known a the "Hungarian Gaudí." Your guide takes you to see some of the best examples of Hungarian secession art; to the Museum of Applied Arts, the Institute of Geology, the Hungarian Royal Postal Savings Bank, the Thonet House, the Torok Bankhouse, the Gresham Palace, the Hotel Gellért, and the Elephanthouse of the Zoo. Your final stop is at the Museum of the Hungarian Secession to view an excellent exhibition about the architecture, interior design, and lifestyle of the era.Your tour concludes with a convenient drop-off back at your hotel — or other preferred destination — five hours after you set out.

What’s included

  • Private tour guide
  • Transport from your Budapest hotel and back
  • Transfers in the city

What’s not included

  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)

Highlights

  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • Great overview and orientation of the city
  • Private guide for a more personalized experience
  • Led by an art historian
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