budapest bike k

Wheels and Meals

€27.00

Explore to the most attractive sights of Budapest by bike, including Andrássy Avenue, Heroes’ square, Széchenyi Thermal bath, St.Stephen’s Basilica, Chain Bridge, Castle district and more, with about 15 scenic stops.

You’ll be treated to real Hungarian goulash at one of the stops, a lovely garden restaurant (incl. in the price). Tour lasts 4,5 hour.

You will pay a 10% deposit now to book the program and the 90% remaining balance on the spot.

Date & Time: 15. March – 15. October: every day at 10.30.

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Visit UNESCO World heritage sights with professional guides. Learn about Budapest and the people living here. Understand the origins of Hungarians and their lifestyle.

History, entertaining stories, excellent photo opportunities, local food and fun.

Great way to orientate yourself in Budapest and to get the best suggestions of what to do for the rest of your stay.

Refreshment breaks on the way at scenic places.

Best Goulash in town – during the bike tour we take you to an open-air restaurant in a park, surrounded by beautiful nature for a Hungarian specialty meal – Goulash (included in the tour price).

Budapest is becoming a more and more bike friendly city every year. We only ride in car free areas, bike lanes, parks. It is absolutely a safe ride.

  • Date & Time: 10:30 am (15. March – 15. October: every day in any weather condition. From 15th of October we run scheduled tours on Friday-Saturday.)
  • Duration: 4,5 hours
  • Price: adult 7 000 HUF (23 EUR). Reservation: with 10% deposit, rest is paid on the spot.

 

Route: Deák Feeren Sqr (meeting point) – Andrássy Avenue – Opera House – Heroes’ Sqr. – City Park/Vajdahunyad Castle – House of Terror (Amdrássy Av.) – St. Stephen’s Basilica – Chain Bridge – Buda Castle (several stops to take photos and refreshments during the tour)

 

Meeting place: Deák Square in front of the Lutheran Church (please be there 10-15 minutes before the tour starts).  Address: 1052 Budapest, Deák Ferenc tér 4.