Join us for a private walking tour of the Buda Castle district. You’ll get to explore one of the city’s oldest and most charming neighborhoods and learn all about the Castle’s interesting history and intriguing secrets from one of our certified guides.
Highlights and Themes
- Your group only with a private certified guide
- Explore the Buda Castle district and its many interesting sights
- Learn about the area’s history of occupations, sieges and victories!
- Learn about modern era Buda Castle.
- Hear some fun facts and stories
- Visit the Fisherman’s Bastion and go inside Matyas Church
- Stop for a cake and coffee at a local cafe
Dates & Times
9:30 – Monday to Friday
15:00 – daily except Saturday
It is possible to start the tour at different times as well, please contact reservation staff: firstname.lastname@example.org
At your accommodation.
If your accommodation is not centrally located, meet your guide at Buda Castle District 1014 Szentharomsag ter (Square), Holy Trinity statue in the middle of the square. https://goo.gl/maps/1XUHDDa1F5N2
Conclusion point: Castle District, close to public transport
Full Tour Description
Duration: 2.5 hours
Enjoy a historical overview of the Buda Castle district, while strolling through its cobblestone streets and squares. Your guide will be on hand to tell you about the Castle district’s history, how it survived the ages, and how it helped its inhabitants defend and live through centuries of invasions and occupations.
Along the way, you’ll see grand palaces and spectacular buildings and get a real feel for the area’s development from its Medieval roots to the present day. To help you understand what you’re seeing, you guide will tell you a little about how the Castle Hill was originally built and designed, how the whole area used to look, and how it has been used over the centuries.
During this tour, you’ll see the major areas of the Royal Palace, Presidential Palace, Disz Square, Holy Trinity Square, Hess Andras Square and the Fisherman’s Bastion. We’ll also show you around inside Matthias Church and tell you its stories and legends. Finally, we’ll take a break for coffee and cake at a cozy café in the Castle District.
We reserve the right to alter and change the tour program without prior notice due to construction, city closures for events, festivals and so on throughout the year.
Please wear modest clothing (covering shoulders and thighs) when visiting our church. Male visitors are requested to enter with bare head – unless this is against the rules of their religion.
Private certified guide, hotel pick up and transfer to Castle district using public transport, entry fees to Matthias Church, coffee and cake.
Entry fees to sights and museums except where noted, food and beverages except where noted, transport from the conclusion point to the hotel, gratuity/tip.
The default language of our tours is English, but this tour is also available in German and French for an additional fee of 30 EUR / tour (not per person). You can add this option during the booking process. Please note, that we cannot guarantee a non-English guide if you book the tour within 72 hours. To make sure if your language is available, please contact us at email@example.com. If you book and the language option is not possible, we will refund you the 30 EUR.
Groups over 15 people please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org