Szentendre Bike and Boat tour
Are you up for a ride? Come and join us for a bike tour out of Budapest, to the lovely historical town of Szentendre! During our Szentendre bike and boat tour you will see it all; starting from the majestic sights of Budapest, travelling through picturesque countryside landscapes, exploring the quaint art town of Szentendre and finishing up with a relaxing cruise on the Danube!
We set off from our centrally located office in Budapest with a small group of maximum 15 people and first cycle by some of the grandiose landmarks of the city. Your tour guide will show you the best photo ops and you will have plenty of chances to ask your questions during the tour. On the way out of the city we ride through the lush green of Margaret island, have a look at the old centre of Óbuda and hit the road towards Szentendre. We follow the flow of the Danube, but don’t worry, it is quite a flat and easy ride with beautiful countryside landscapes. On the way we have a drink and a rest along the beach to recharge a little bit. When we arrive to the medieval town of Szentendre, our professional guide will take you around and show you the key sights of this charming artistic town. You will stroll around the cobbled streets and your guide will help you to get your bearings. After learning about the history and the secrets of this lovely place, you will have the chance to try a real Hungarian delicacy: lángos! And then it is time for self-exploring! Make sure you have a look at at least one of the art galleries and grab some tokens of Hungary from one of the little artistic shops.
When you have seen it all, we take the boat back to Budapest. (Please note that for unforeseen reasons boats might not be operating. In this case train tickets are provided.) Sit back and enjoy the amazing view from the river!
Szentendre Bike and Boat tour Info
Meeting point: Absolute Tours Center (1065 Budapest, Lázár str. 16., just behind the Opera House)
Conclusion point: Absolute Tours Center (same as meeting point)
When it goes: 8 May – 27 September, 10.30 – Thursday, Sunday
Duration: approx. 8 hrs