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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: 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
 
Exclusive Full Day Budapest Sightseeing By Car
"After pick up our memorable day begins by visiting the Citadel. After a pleasant walk we will discover all the most important spots and hidden secrets of the Buda Castle and the Castle Hill. This is followed by a walk on Margaret Island. After this fresh air activity there will be another highlight a ""sweet dream massage for couples"" which begins with a 20 minutes candlelit sense bath with a glass of tea or champagne and followed by a 60 minutes aromatherapy massage in one of the best salon in Budapest. The day end"""Enjoy this unique luxury package and make much of your day. Private sightseeing private car photographer
From EUR440.00

Vorosmarty Square Tips (28)

End of the road

Vörösmarty tér is both an important square - in the sense that it is home to a number of important offices for airlines and the like - and an important subway stop, as the last one along the M1 line....
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mikey_e
Jan 18, 2009

The main square of the City (Till when?)

This is one of the few squares that were closed for the cars even during the communist regime. The only big change in this place in the past 60 years was the:A. destruction of the ruins of the Haas...
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1courage
May 03, 2008

Vorosmarty Square

Vorosmarty is one of the most beautiful squares of Budapest. A Mihaly Vorosmarty statue dominates the center. The square is surrounded by a couple shopping centers, where you can buy designer...
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hungariangirl896
Aug 26, 2012

The British Embassy

The bit you go into to register a complaint - exolain how you lost your passport looks like a job centre. The rest of the embassy is spectacular ,as it was a Jewish bank before the war and the...
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biggeorge
Feb 23, 2004

Statue - Mihály Vörösmarty

Mihály Vörösmarty (1 December 1800 – 19 November 1855) was an important Hungarian poet and dramatist who was best known for his patriotic lyrics, which is the reason that his statue stands here in the...
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grayfo
Feb 07, 2014

Vörösmarty Square

Named after a favourite 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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gigina
Feb 22, 2009

Vorosmarty Square (Vorosmarty ter)

Named after the revered Hungarian poet and writer, Mihaly Vorosmarty, the square is centrally located just behind the major hotels on the Pest Embankment. Ede Telc's marble statue of Vorosmarty, which...
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Heniko
Apr 16, 2006

Vörösmarty tér - Vörösmarty Square

Vörösmarty square is a public square and one of the most popular places in the downtown section of Budapest; it is a hub of activity, with luxury stores, antique shops and a famous pastry shop. The...
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grayfo
Jan 24, 2014

Fountain - Oroszlános kút

A popular meeting place in Vörösmarty Square; especially Tour Guides is the Lion Fountain (Oroszlános kút), also very popular with children who love to climb on the lion statues whilst their parents...
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grayfo
Feb 07, 2014

Leave Vorosmarty ter

Leave Vorosmarty ter (from in front of Gerbeaud's) and walk towards the Danube. I want you to find the little garden between the Vigado ter boat station and the Vigado itself--the concert hall of the...
tiganeasca
Nov 13, 2003

Vorosmarty ter

Keep walking north on Vaci utca and you will come to Vorosmarty ter. Here you will find a few more stores and the famous Cafe Gerbeaud.The picture is of a monument to Hungarian poet and patriot Mihaly...
grkboiler
Nov 09, 2004

Vorosmarti Ter (Square)

This is my favorite spot in Budapest. This charming elegant square is one of the best in Europe i belive. Its a perfect place for a romantic dinner or something... This picturesque classic square...
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edvin_br
Jul 06, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Vorosmarty Square

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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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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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