Exploring Budapest with a Hop On Hop Off tour is a convenient experience, but choosing from several tours can be a bit confusing at first sight. We have packages catering to all needs, however, the best-of-the best is definitely our “green tour”. Check out why!
The green tour, also known as hop on hop off “full extra” tour, is the king of all tours. For a mere €26 you will be treated to tasty local delicacies once you get off the bus! The price includes an authentic Hungarian Goulash soup, two glasses of soothing beer and a heartwarming shot of Hungarian spirit. The price also includes two tickets to a boat ride on Budapest’s beating artery, the Danube, while once the night falls, you can witness the thousand lights of the city on the enchanting night tour!
Granted, a single tour of sights will not give you an in-depth experience of every sight of Budapest - but with a city this size, that would be simple craziness anyways! The green tour was designed to give the best of the essential sights of Budapest, providing an even overview of the most popular sights of the city. Your hop on hop off tour will coast by the most iconic sights of the city, including the Buda Castle, the enchanting Astoria square and the immense Heroes’ square. Take a sip of coffee at the magnificent New York Palace, soak in the atmosphere of the Széchenyi Thermal Spa, or just enjoy the stunning views of the Danube promenade - a UNESCO World Heritage Sight for a reason!
The green tour is the most extensive tour of hop on hop off Budapest, but there are plenty more to choose from. Check out our complete selection of available tours here, and book your Budapest sightseeing tour now!back
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