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Budapest Local Pubs Tour
"We'll begin the tour by discussing the neighbourhood itself where before the WWII around 250.000 Jews lived worked and worshipped. This neighbourhood was left to decay after World War II so it was a perfect place to develop an underground bar scene with design studios and galleries. Following this we will discover the streets from galleries to ruin pubs that have been around for 15 years. These bars are built in the ruins (hence the name) of abandoned buildings stores or lots. We’ll introduce those few principles they all follow and give you tips This pub tour will take you to four ruin pubs in the historic Jewish Quarter giving you a variety of different atmospheres to enjoy. Locations can vary each night depending on opening hours and group sizes.After some introduction you will take a stroll through Gozsdu Passage. A nightlife buzz every evening. This area is full of locals and tourists alike. Coloured and white fairy lights everywhere added to the atmosphere.After y you will pass the ""Bermuda Triangle"" (there are 3 very ‘dangerous’ places to lose mind & sobriety) and continue your walk to further ruin pubs of the neighbourhood. Your tour guide will continue giving you history and information on the pu
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Budapest City Walking Tour
"Your private guide will lead you across the city of Budapest full of UNESCO World Heritage sites. Starting at the Opera House your walking tour begins with a short ride on the Millennium metro out to Heroes' Square and City Park. A walk through the park then takes you to the Vajdahunyad Castle complex built for the World Expo in 1896 in typical Hungarian designs. Next stop is the Szechenyi bath house before taking the Millennium metro back to the city center. Continuing on the walking tour stops at St. Stephen's Basilica before passing the areas of Deak and Elizabeth square. Afterwards take a break in a typical Hungarian cafe where you will enjoy a hot drink and two delicious strudel pastry (included). Next you'll follow tiny streets towards the city center
From EUR34.00
Budapest Night Walking Tour and River Cruise
"Budapest's UNESCO World heritage magnificent buildings and monuments are brilliantly illuminated at night making the city appear even more spectacular than by day. This night walking tour is designed to show you the best of Budapest by night and includes some amazing photo opportunities.While you stroll you'll learn about the sights you'll pass along with stories about Hungarians and their rich history. Who were the first vampires? Where did the Hungarians come from? Was Attila the Hun really a Hungarian? These and many other compelling questions will be answered as you walk through the illumin from Pest's Danube Promenade to the Buda Castle district. Enjoy a free welcome drink on board whilst cruising through Budapest. A commentary is included and there are yet more excellent photo opportunities.""""Take a stroll through Budapest
From EUR38.00

1000 Tea Tips (2)

1000Tea: Hidden, Quiet Tea House in a "hot" spot

This tea house is located in a small courtyard on the favorite street of shopaholics and not only. A hidden garden in the center of the city.

About 4 small tables are arrange din the first room while the second one is arranged in an Asia style with pillows on the floor.

The staff is very helpful and knowledgeable. They'll explain how to best enjoy the tea and are always willing to answer more questions.

Under the tables you'll find local and English news papers/magazines.

A pot (about 3 cups) is around 4 Euros.

Favorite Dish Tea in all shapes, sizes and origin

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1000 Tea

1000 tea is a great place for tea lovers. As you sit down you will get a thick menu with teas from all over the world, all of them explained in text. The tea is then served in different teapots and different cups depending on which tea you ordered. You can sit at a table or you can sit on a pillow by a low wooden table. In summertime you can also sit in the courtyard. It is a cosy place, which can’t really be seen in the picture as it is taken with flash. A pot of green tea was 530 ft.

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