Budapest Night Tour

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Basic info:

Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Meeting point: 20:00 at Szt. István tér, Basilica
Distance: approx. 10 km
Price: EUR 25,00 / Huf 8000 / 20 GBP (ask for group discount)

Easy Booking: By email without downpayment or credit card.

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Tours only take place upon request and are only guaranteed if you book by email.

What are we going to see?

Hop on a bike and let the good wind blow through your hair while we discover Budapest when the city is aglow from lit up bridges and monuments! On this leisurely ride we’ll pedal down the river bank to make sure that you catch a glimpse of both Buda and Pest reflecting against the stillness of the Danube. We’ll cross Margaret and Liberty bridge, soak up the atmosphere and see the Buda Castle and the Parliament when it’s most enchanting: after dark. Of course we’ll also show you where Budapesters go out to have a good time ;) Don’t worry, instead of overloading you with mind-numbing dates we prefer sharing all the basic info, fun facts and insider stories with you. At Budabike, safety comes first, that is why we cycle on bike lanes whenever possible and avoid roads with heavy traffic. Get up close and personal with Budapest – by bike!

Tour Highlights

Szabadsag Tér (Liberty Square)
Revolutions, riots, a Soviet memorial, Ronald Reagan’s statue, and the irony of it all.

Hungarian Parliament
We’ll find out why the 3rd biggest Parliament of the world is in Hungary and stop for the best view possible

The Chain Bridge
the first permanent link between Buda and Pest and its proud lions

The Liberty Bridge
The shortest bridge of Budapest with the Turul birds on top. One of the most romantic places in Budapest at night.

Egyetem Square
A lesser known part of town with a baroque church and the new main street of the city

The Danube Bank on both sides
… illuminated with the sparkling city lights!

The Jewish quarter
We’ll discover the 7th district with the most popular streets of Pest, full or ruin pubs, art bars and club culture.

Stories about the heaviest bell of the city, a mummified hand, the number 96 and more

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