City Sightseeing Budapest - Hop on Hop off
Let City Sightseeing show you the very best in Buda and Pest! You can discover this magnificent city at your own pace and hop on and off at conveniently located stops at your leisure.
Discover the famous Parliament building, the third largest in the world, Buda Castle, formally the residence of the Hungarian royalty, and the Chain Bridge, the oldest and most famous bridge along the Danube River! Enjoy the best view of the city from the Citadel: It was historically constructed as a fortress, but today it is a major attraction for tourists. Don’t forget to pay the stunning Jewish Synagogue a visit as it is the largest Jewish house of worship in the world outside New York City!
For lovers of art and history the most important museums in the city are the Museum of Fine Arts, the Holocaust Memorial Centre, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery.
N.B. Where fees apply for admission into the above tourist attractions, these must be paid for locally.
You also get a Discount Booklet including savings and FREE Tours. The booklet will be provided to you on the bus.
(all booklet inclusions are subject to change without notice)
Enjoy these amazing inclusions;
- FREE Walking Tour
- FREE Bike Tour
- FREE Goulash
- FREE Beer
- Discounted entrance tickets to various museums
Why not upgrade your ticket to see this wonderful city by boat?
The 48hr Bus & Boat ticket also includes a NIGHT TOUR!
To view route map, please click here.
Please note: Routes/Maps/Inclusions are subject to change without notice. Any changes are beyond our control and no refunds will be offered. For the most up to date Route/Map please always enquire when in resort. Children under 6 years old go free of charge.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Due to renovations in the city the bus will no longer stop at the following tour stops until further notice: Stop 4 – Varoshaza Square, Stop 7 – Karoly Boulevard 23, Stop 18 – Castle District/ Var and Stop 23 – Kalvin Square. Please enquire locally for the most up to date information.
Due to unforseen circumstances the Boat Tour is currently operating a different route and will no longer stop at Margaret Island until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.