Spend an evening with friends discovering why Budapest is often called “the Paris of the East”. On your very own private tour, we’ll take you for an evening stroll so you can see the sights, hear the stories and snap photos of some of the best views the city has to offer.
Highlights and Themes
- Your group only with a private certified guide
- Excellent views of Budapest’s best sights – all illuminated!
- Plenty of stops so you can get the best photos
- End the night with a 1 hour boat cruise and a free welcome drink
2,5 – 3 hours
Dates & Times
All Year Around – daily
January, February, November, December: 16:30
March & October: 19:00
April, May, June, July, August & September: 19:30
Private tours can start from your accommodation depending on where you’re staying in the city. If this is not possible, the tour will start at our office listed below.
Absolute Tour Center
1065 Budapest, Lazar street 16,
located right behind the Opera House.
Tour ends near Vigado ter Pier in the city center.
1-2 people: 140 €, 3 people: 170 €, 4 people: 200 €
over 5 people: 45 €/person
Child discount (3 - 12 yrs): 25 €
Full Tour Description
Duration: 2.5-3 hours (depends on season and the boat schedule)
“Paris of the East” is one of the most famous sentences used when describing Budapest at night. The magnificent buildings and sights all glowing and illuminated at night just give this city a feeling totally different to what you’ll experience during the day. Our Night Stroll is designed to take you along a path where you see the best parts of the city by night for some of the most terrific photo ops.
You’ll not only learn about these grandiose sights but hear the stories and the history surrounding them with legends from the ancient past to up until very recent history. Everything will be explained during our relaxed and pleasant stroll in the illuminated city.
At the end of the tour, we cap off the evening with a one hour boat cruise ticket on the Danube with a free drink of choice from the drink list!
Our walking tours are small personal groups and generally do not have more than 15 participants, making them interactive and personal and giving you plenty of chances to ask questions and get to know your guide and press them for local tips of where to go and what else to do.
Private English speaking guide, welcome drink of choice, boat cruise ticket, many stops for photos and questions.
Entry fees to sights and museums, food and beverages except where noted, transport to the meeting point or from the conclusion point, gratuity/tip.