Duration: approx. 4 hours
Meeting point: 11:00 at Szt. István tér, Basilica
Distance: approx. 10 km
Price: EUR 69,00 / 65 GBP / 80 USD (includes personal guide, bikes, bites & drinks provided by the guide)
Size of the group: 2-6 pax, Age limit:16
Tours only take place EXCLUSIVELY upon request and guaranteed if CONFIRMED via e-mail!!!
Bike&Bite – The new culinary tour in Budapest!
We proudly announce our NEW Budapest gastro bike tour, the very first of its kind in Hungary!
On this unique Budapest food tour, we will combine sightseeing with a fascinating journey into the matchless Hungarian cuisine under the guidance of a certified culinary expert – graduated in catering and hotel management! We guarantee you to give you the yummy highlight of your Budapest trip!
The food is not just “included”, but plays a main role during the tour:
- we will begin with an easy-paced ride along the most important sights of Pest (approx. 1 hour)
- we will try several local treats (Hungaricum) while visiting the Great Market Hall (small tastings)
- we will have an abundant late lunch at a place where no tourist has ever set foot, representing some typical Hungarian meals
- and at last but not least we can’t miss a sweet treat (dessert) as a perfect ending.
We won’t let you leave with an empty stomach after all the exercise we have done in the beginning!
Great value for your money and perfect size of the group (min. 2, max 6 pax). It is highly recommended to do this tour on the first day of your stay in Budapest as we cover a lot of ground and the information heard on the tour helps you a lot to orientate among sights and among food and drinks on restaurants menus. Please note that the number of the participants is limited, the sooner you book, the higher chance you have to be the part of this unique experience!
If you have any special dietary requirements please notify us via e-mail in advance!
This Budapest culinary tour is also available as a WALKING TOUR!
Availability: upon request from Tuesday to Friday till the end on November except on public holidays. Monday and Saturdays only as walking tours in the morning!