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Divided by the River Danube, Budapest in Hungary is one of the top tourist destinations in Europe and is home to some great examples of classical architecture. It’s made up of two distinct areas, the hilly Buda district and the flat Pest area, each with its own amazing sights and attractions.
However, with a city this dense, planning your own transportation around town can be quite complicated and tiresome.
Budapest Hop-on Hop-off buses are a very convenient and hassle-free way to get to explore the city’s highlights. You can choose which spots you want to visit and can plan your schedule as you wish. It’s as simple as it sounds; you can hop on a bus, travel to all important landmarks in the city, and then hop right off, with no strings attached.
Read on to know all about the hop-on hop-off services in Budapest.
Hop-on hop-off tours are the easiest and most convenient way to experience the sights of Budapest.
Flexible Cancelation Policy: You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Discounted Ticket: Infants aged 5 and under do not require tickets. Children aged 6-17 enjoy reduced prices on their tickets.
Flexible Cancelation Policy: Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 24 hours in advance.
Discounted Ticket: Children aged 5-15 enjoy reduced prices on their tickets.
St. Stephen’s Basilica is the third largest church in Hungary. Originally completed in 1905, it is built in the neoclassical style and is named in honor of Stephen, the first King of Hungary whose right hand is housed in the reliquary.
Buda Castle is a palace complex atop Castle Hill that was originally completed in 1265. But, the palace you see today was built between 1749 and 1769. It houses the Hungarian National Gallery and The Budapest History Museum.
The Széchenyi Spa is Europe's largest spa complex and one of Budapest's most popular bathhouses. The bath complex boasts 15 indoor thermal pools and 3 vast outdoor pools. Széchenyi Spa’s water has medicinal and healing properties.
The Szechenyi Chain Bridge spans the Danube River and connects the areas of Buda and Pest. Opened in 1849, it was the first permanent bridge across the Danube in Hungary and is built using wrought iron and stone.
Gellért Baths are one of the city's largest and most well-known thermal spas. Built in the Art Noveau style, with stained-glass windows and brilliant porcelain tiles covering the walls, bathing here feels like a regal ritual.
Founded in 1802, the Hungarian National Museum is the national museum for the history, art, and archaeology of Hungary. There are seven permanent displays here, including renowned Byzantine art from the 11th century.
Situated along the Danube River, the Hungarian Parliament building is one of the finest examples of Gothic and Renaissance Revival architecture in Hungary. You can explore the 691 rooms, 10 courtyards, staircases, and statues.
The Halászbástya or Fisherman's Bastion near Buda Castle. It offers a panorama of Budapest from its Neo-Romanesque lookout terraces. The original walls were built in the 1700s, and the current structure in the 1890s.
Spread across 18 hectares, the Budapest Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world, having opened in 1866. There are more than 1072 species of plants and animals, ranging from butterflies to carnivores plants, Komodo dragons, and wombats.
Also called the Great Synagogue or Tabakgasse Synagogue, this is the largest synagogue in Europe. Built between 1854 and 1859 in the Moorish Revival style, it also houses the Heroes' Temple, the Memorial, and the Jewish Museum.
Heroes' Square (or Hősök tere) is one of the major squares in Budapest, end of Andrássy Avenue next to City Park. Its iconic Millennium Monument has statues featuring the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars and other important Hungarian national leaders.
Matthias Church, or the Church of the Assumption of the Buda Castle, was originally built in 1015, though the current building was constructed in the 14th century in the late Gothic style. Two Kings of Hungary were crowned in this Roman Catholic church.
A. Yes, Budapest does have a hop on hop off bus tour offered by two operators - Big Bus, and City Sightseeing.
A. You can purchase Budapest Hop on hop off bus tour tickets online.
A. Yes, you can buy Budapest hop-on hop-off tickets online here.
A. There are various hop-on hop-off bus tours, and their tickets which begin from €38.70.
A. Hop-on hop-off buses are tourist buses that allow you to board and leave whenever you like and sightsee at your own convenience
A. Budapest hop-on hop-off bus tours run at a frequency of 30 to 40 minutes.
A. Yes, you will get access to audio guides available in up to 23 languages, to help you learn more about the city.
A. Yes, the hop-on hop-off tours in Budapest are accessibility-friendly for wheelchair users.