The Historical tour will let you discover the ancient past of Budapest. The famous Castle with its narrow streets, hidden secrets and pure
history awaits you. Take a stop at the Fishermen’s Bastion and enjoy the breathtaking view of our downtown. Your next stop will be the
well known Great Market Hall or Central Market Hall built in 1897. This is the largest and oldest indoor market in the city. Best quality
produce, traditional hungarian bites and drinks. Carry on to the Heros Square, noted for its iconic statue complex featuring the Seven
Chieftains of the Magyars and other important national leaders, as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The bastion, a neo-Gothic masquerade that looks medieval and offers some of the best views in Budapest, was built as a viewing platform in 1905 by Frigyes Schulek, the architect behind Matthias Church. Its name was taken from the medieval guild of fishermen responsible for defending this stretch of the castle wall. The seven gleaming white turrets represent the Magyar tribes that entered the Carpathian Basin in the late 9th century.
Known for having the best view of Budapest and one of the best spas anywhere, Gellért Hill (Gellérthegy) is an often the over-looked gem of Budapest. The cave of the hill were inhabited before the city was even officially settled. Thermal spring waters later attracted more visitors and the hill created a natural point of defense. Today the numerous unique sights make Gellert Hill a great way to spend part of a day
The imposing Buda Castle overlooks the city from its elevated position atop Várhegy (Castle Hill), rising forty-eight meters above the Danube. The castle has had a tumultuous history that reflects the ups and downs of Hungary’s fortunes.Today the castle, often referred to as the Royal Palace (Budavári palota), is home to a number of cultural institutions, including two museums: the National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum