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Buda Castle Segway Tour plus Cruise Combo
"Interactive and personal Segway Tours are organized in small groups giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide and the city. The tour starts with a 5-10 -minutes orientation session (not included in quoted tour time). You will have time to practice on the Segways so that everyone feels comfo while sitting in a cosy comfortable environment on board. The cruise offers buffet lunch or dinner from delicious Hungarian traditional cuisine and international specialties. One welcome drink and an optional alcoholic or non-alcoholic refreshment will be complimentary to the program along with a bottle of mineral water.If you choose Wine & Cruise option you can taste 7 different first-class Hungarian wine including the most famous Tokaji.Segway Tour stops:Matthias Church – Trinity Statue - Fisherman’s Bastion
From EUR59.00
 
Budapest Segway Sightseeing Tour
"Choose from a 2-hour Segway tour to get to grips with the basics or upgrade to a 3-hour tour and see all the best that Budapest has to offer!The standard 2-hour tour gives you a fantastic opportunity to try out a Segway and also give you the chance to explore inner Pest and gain fabulous views of the stunning you will get a quick look at the Chain Bridge Roosevelt Square and more before heading back to the departure pointThe longer 3-hour tour gives you more time to discover inner Pest and fabulous views of the stunning Buda Castle District. You will glide from the office in the city center to si the Hungarian State Opera House and the Grand Boulevard of Andrassy framed by its tree-lined avenues. Next we'll cruise through Vorosmarty Square and the Vaci Walking District. Finally visit Vigado and Danube Promenades the Chain Bridge Liberty square and more!On the evening Segway tour we will ride to St Stephens Basilica
From EUR65.00
 
Budapest: 2-Hour City Tour with Hotel Pick-up
"On this 2-hour panoramic Budapest City Tour you’ll pass by the Parliament and cross the Danube River to Margaret Island via the Margaret Bridge.The air-conditioned bus will take you up Gellért Hill where you’ll make a photo stop at the Citadel and take in views over all of Budapest. Next you’ll cross the Elizabeth Bridge back into Pest and drive to Heroes’ Square along Andrássy Avenue.You’ll pass by the Opera and St. Stephen’s Basilica before reaching the Hotel Inter-Continental where the tour ends.The buses are air-conditioned and the commentary by the live guide is gu and in some cases is bilingual.""""Discover Budapest and take in its top attractions on a panoramic City Tour by air-conditioned bus. See the top sites of the Hungarian capital in just 2 hours enjoying a photo stop at the Citadel for views overlooking the city."
From EUR18.00

Vorosmarty Square Tips (28)

Our Lions on Vorosmarty ter

OK, the ones on Trafalgar Square might be a "bit" bigger, but this ones are also functioning as gargoyles, giving a good opportunity for the kids to play! :)And it's also easier to get on their backs...
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MedioLatino
Mar 21, 2005

The Heart of Budapest ( 2 images )

Vorosmarty Square is one of the busier places in Pest, just off the river and surrounded by luxury hotels. On one side is the famous Gerbeaud House and opposite is the beginning of Vaci Utca, the main...
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nicolaitan
Nov 26, 2006

Mihaly Vorosmarty Square

Located in this square is a monument dedicated to Mihaly Vorosmarty. The carrera marble statue of the late poet was created by Ede Telcs and was constructed to symbolize the Hungarian nation united in...
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Gypsystravels
Feb 28, 2008

X-Mas Market on Vörösmarty tér

This is a very nice christmas market with a very high percentage of crafted products being offered. I was at the Bonn christmas market yesterday which is twice as large and thrice as tacky. You can...
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RhineRoll
Dec 12, 2004

Can't Miss Square in Pest

You will certainly come upon Vörösmarty tér during a stroll around Pest and the shopping areas on Vaci ut. In the center of the square is a statue to the Hungarian national poet of the same name. Most...
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dcwizard
Mar 10, 2004

good place to relax

If you're tired from all the walking (because you'll do a lot of that here!) or waiting for your boat tour but without wanting to wander off, this square is a good place to do so. Buy an ice cream,...
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marielexoteria
Oct 19, 2007

Vorosmarty Square

Named after a favorite patriotic Hungarian poet, Mihály Vörösmarty Square is centrally located and easy to reach from most areas of Budapest, making it an ideal location for shopping or just...
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miman
Mar 21, 2007

Vorosmarti Square

Vorosmarti square is very lively in a day time and nigh too, there stands Mihali Vorosmarty's white marble statue and the nice park nearby. The square is full of shops, small market is there too....
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Raimix
Mar 04, 2011

Vörösmarty Square

This square has been one of the central spots in downtown Budapest since the early 19 th century. Originally called Promenade Square, it was renamed Theatre Square after the German Theatre which was...
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fabikt
Sep 20, 2004

Pest - Vorosmarty ter

Vorosmarty ter (square) is located in the central position of the Inner City. This rectangular square was shaped to be the continuation northwards of Vaci utca. In the central position of the sguare,...
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croisbeauty
Dec 09, 2004

The Vörösmarty statue

Right in the middle of the homonymuos square there is a very precious statue, representing an important hungarian poet of the XIX.century, Mihály Vörösmarty(1800-1855). Vörösmarty himself is sitting...
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1courage
Oct 05, 2007

Vorosmart sq

One of the squares most visited for me during my time there is a good link to move around the city and quite beautiful but its under construction right now...that march day there was some stalls with...
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DPando
Apr 07, 2006
 
 
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Hospital in the Rock

This unique museum shows you to the emergency hospital in the modified cave system under the Buda castle district. It was built between 1939-1944 and actually used during the siege of Budapest during...
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Margit Híd - Margaret Bridge

Designed by the famous French architect Ernest Gouin . It has an elegant, unobtrusive appearance, the Parisienne-stlye arch bridge forms an integral part of the surrounding landscape of Budapest. The...
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St Stephen Statue - St Istvan

I love equestrian statues and here in Budapest I found many beauties! One I found that really impressed me, was located between Matthias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion. Standing atop a massive...
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Holocaust Memorial - Shoes on the Danube

This display honors the memory of Hungarian Jews killed during the Arrow Cross terror in Budapest during 1944-45. It consists of 60 pairs of cast iron shoes. During the terror, the victims were to...
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Palace of Arts

Not to be confused with the old Palace of Arts on Heroes Square, this is part of the Millennium City park along with the National Theater. It does have an arts museum inside, the Ludwig Contemporary...
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Children's Railway

The Pioneer railway runs through the Buda Hills. Once or twice a day, usually on weekends, they use vintage steam trains with matching cabins. The ride is about an hour long, a little tough on the...
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