Hop on Hop off Budapest: Experience the delightful sights of Budapest with our City Circle Tour on one of our open-air bus. You can hop on and hop off the bus at 14 different points of interest around the city, at your leisure - 7 days a week. You can select your own personal tour, hop off the bus and spend as much time as you wish at one of the many interesting highlights in the city. Then, hop-on the bus again to go to your next chosen destination. And there are plenty to choose from: Budapest Parliament, the Museum of Ethnography, Heroes’ Square, the Museum of Fine Arts, Vajdahunyad Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Baths, the Royal Castle, Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion, the Hungarian National Gallery, the Citadel, etc.
Six of our buses are open-air, ideal for viewing the city in good weather, the other 6 being panoramic buses, which are ‘see-through’ from the floor to the roof, thus ensuring excellent visibility for all passengers. The bus is especially suitable for those wanting to take photos or record videos. If you prefer to stay on the bus for the full tour, the journey time is 2 hours. Prices and departure times are shown in our timetable above. As all departures are on time, please be there a few minutes prior to departure. Tours depart in any weather condition. A running commentary is provided in 16 different languages.
Drop Off points: 1. - József Nádor tér - The tour starts in downtown Budapest, near to the major hotels on the river Danube. 2. - Dohány Synagogue - Visit the second largest Synagogue in the world, in the heart of the Jewish District of Budapest. 3. - Madách tér - Opposite from Városház tér and Deák tér, on Károly Boulevard. 4. - Erzsébet tér - Directly opposite Le Meridien and Kempinski hotels 5. - Andrássy út - In Andrássy út, the ideal stop off point to visit St. Stephen’s Basilica. 6. - The Oktogon/ Liszt Ferenc tér - Alight here to visit the Terror House Museum on Andrássy út or while away a pleasant couple of hours in the heart of Budapest’s café society 7. - Heroes’ Square / City Park - Hungary’s biggest square, complete with statues representing the famous kings of Hungary. There are also two fine museums. In the same vicinity you can find the Budapest Zoo, the historic Széchenyi Thermal Baths, Gundel restaurant, Vajdahunyad Castle and much more… 8. - Keleti Railway Station / Hungária Hotel - Keleti railway station is a major rail centre for those arriving by train. It is a decaying edifice to an era that has passed but still fascinating in its atmosphere. It is a major hub of the city attracting all walks of life. 9. - The Astoria - A busy intersection in downtown Pest, handy for the National Museum and the Jewish Synagogue. 10. - Chain Bridge / Funicular - The famous chain bridge built by Grof. Szechényi and completed in 1849 was the first to connect both sides of the river. It is spectacularly viewed from the Funicular - a ‘must-do’ ride up to the Castle and historic Budapest. 11. - Castle Hill /Dísz tér - Stop at Castle Hill and be within walking distance from the Fishermen’s Bastion, Matthias Church, Buda Castle and relive the history of old Budapest. 12. - The Citadel - The highest vantage point in downtown Budapest, giving you spectacular and breathtaking views over the city and the River Danube. 13. - Váci utca / Március 15. tér - Alight in downtown Pest at the start of the main and most important pedestrianised shopping street in the city. It also only takes a few minutes to get to the biggest fresh food and vegetable market hall in Budapest. This is a sight worth seeing! 14. - Budapest Parliament - This impressive neo-gothic building dominates the river landscape when arriving by boat or aeroplane in Budapest. It is the administrative and political heart of Hungary - something that will not fail to impress you! PLEASE, CHECK ALSO OUR OTHER PROGRAMMES: