Budapest is mostly famous for its historical sites like the Chain Bridge which has become the symbol of the city. It is also known for its hospitality, spas, the known party district in district 7 where the ruin bars, pubs, and luxury places are located. The place where culture and classes coexist and unite, and not to mention that it is also very cheap. Also, nothing beats a place with great environment and fantastic atmosphere, and Budapest has it.
Take the strongest first step with Original Budapest Tours to experience the vibrant culture and variety of fun within Budapest.
Meet some of our tour guides:
or Indi, as her friends like to call her, loves to travel, whether it is in Europe or as far as the temples of South-India. But Budapest always remains home base, where she enjoys walking in the Buda hills, going out in the crowded bars of the 5th and 7th districts, or soaking in the Széchenyi thermal baths when all the partying’s done. She loves showing people the coolest spots in her favorite city, be it to her friends from abroad, or to people joining one of the Original Budapest Tours. Come join her on a fun and info-packed walk through some of the best places in town and see why Hungary, and Budapest, is so close to the locals’ hearts.
Szia, I’m Lena, I am a very lucky person because I love my job, and if I have free time I travel and discover new places. Being raised in Budapest allowed me to get a deep knowledge of the Hungarian culture and atmosphere. I am a professional tour guide, who is really passionate, about Budapest and her job. My mission is to make this tour enjoyable, and give you the proper experience through the historical buildings, monuments and unique layout. My quality guidance will give you the right vibes and feelings of this stunning city. Budapest has a unique location, making the two entities, Buda and Pest, to be the Queen of the Danube. Let’s go for a beautiful walk!
I am a happy , enthusiastic. amusing person. Lively and hyperactive. Graduated in Art History , I have always loved to see the world with my own eyes, but also communicate my knowledge and experience to others . What I enjoy the most is working ï plein air¨ and in directly with people. Enjoy and laugh with them.
My name is Piro, and I am a real Budapestian. For my whole life I lived in the city center. Since my childhood the beautiful Danube Bank with the gorgeous Parliment is my favourite spot in the city, and how many birthdays I have celebrated in the Budapest Ruin Pubs!!! I am very happy to show you my home-town, tell you my personal stories, and of course the crazy-odd-sad history of the Hungarians, and of Budapest.
Hey everyone, I’m Bianca, one of the guides for the Alternative Tour! I really love doing this tour, because I like to walk and talk and tell all about what I know about this part of Budapest! Giving suggestions of restaurants, street food places, ruin bars and more interesting features of this city!
She fell in love with the city after coming here for her masters study and decided to share her experiences by being a tour guide. Her passions lie in being with friends, going out dancing, exploring new places and cooking.
Laura is a Colombian journalist traveling around Europe, interested in History and Traditional gastronomy. Currently eating, drinking and studying in Budapest. “If you come to Budapest, I’ll be happy to show you around and share with you interesting information about the most important and beautiful places in town!”
A Budapest native… leaving town, returning again and again, loving it, hating it. Before and parallel to being a tour guide I define myself as a passenger, a passionate traveler of the world. Beyond that a player, an actor, and above all an observer of life. Guiding people through a city they don`t know means to me awakening their curiosity for an adventure
Sarah is from the States but has been enjoying Budapest as a student for the past three years. She enjoys shots of palinka and long walks along the Danube river, as well as meeting new people and showing them the magical city of Budapest!
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