Explore both sides of Budapest while riding Segway!
Just in time for what we expect to be another fun-filled summer in Budapest, we’ve just upgraded our popular 3-hour Private Superior Segway Tour to take in even more of this wonderful city. So, let us tell you where you’ll be heading if you sign up.
Starting at our office just behind the thoroughly spectacular Opera House, we’ll spend 20 minutes getting comfortable on the Segways, before heading out down Andrassy Avenue – one of the most luxurious streets in Budapest – and home to some of its fanciest fashion stores.
Before getting too far, we’ll take a detour off to see St Stephen’s Basilica, one of the biggest and most beautiful buildings in the city. After a quick chat about its history, we’ll move off once again, weaving our way around the nearby streets until we reach Parliament, where your tour guide will give you a more detailed introduction to the city’s history.
Next, the tour will head over the Buda side of the city, using the stunning Margit Bridge to get there and stopping briefly to take in the panoramic view of the both banks of the river that the bridge affords you.
Once safely over, we’ll start our ride along the entire bank of the Danube, which is home to some of the city’s oldest and most interesting sights. Along the way, we’ll see Batthyány Square, a hub of activity on this side of the river, and with the best views of Parliament which sits just over the river.
Next up is Adam Clark Square, which sits at the head of the famous Chain Bridge guarded by stone lions. It’s also here that we’ll make our way up the hill to Budapest’s enchanting Castle District which is steeped in history and home to Matthias Church, Fishermen’s Bastion, Dísz Square – all which your tour guide will talk about as you ride.
After ample time exploring this area, we’ll make our way back down the hill and across Elizabeth Bridge for the final part of the tour. As we wind our way back to the tour office through yet more charming streets and avenues, we’ll check out the Pest Promenade, brimming with tourists and locals enjoying cafes or just a sit on the many benches and green patches along the way.
We’ll end our jaunt by taking in Vigadó Square before ending in Vörösmarty Square – an imposing square, packed with tourists, stores and eateries – quite the sight to see. From here it’s a short hop back to the Opera House where we’ll conclude the tour.
Sound like fun – book your place here.