Free Tour Budapest 🇭🇺
Metro Kossuth Lajos Tér
Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 10:30
Hear about Budapest’s past and imagine its future during the Free Tour of Budapest with a local guide that will tell you all about the history and help you unravel the fascinating identity of the Queen of the Danube as you pass by the majestic Budapest Parliament, walk past the Shoes on the Danube Bank, and see the largest church in the city: St. Stephen’s Basilica.
See the Best of Budapest and all the key landmarks such as Erzsébet Square and Liberty Square, and also learn about the best places to get some delicious local food.
Enjoy a fun and insightful free city tour of the Heart of Europe from a unique perspective. Your expert guide will keep you well-informed about the various places, events, and customs while in town!
Discover Budapest on a Free City Tour
World Free Tours wants to help travelers like you get the most out of Budapest. We believe that the Free Walking Tour of Budapest is a great option to experience the city not only because it is informative but also entertaining, and budget-friendly.
No need to pay any fees upfront. Instead, you can join the tour simply by making an online reservation, and if you enjoy the tour, you may tip the guide at the end.
You set the price!
Free Tour of Budapest
Explore the city of Budapest on foot with an expert tour guide. You’ll get to see all the best spots, from the Parliament Building to Liberty Square, the Great Synagogue, and Ferenc Deák Square.
Experience the Queen of the Danube your way and book the Free Walking Tour of Budapest!
Duration: 2.5 hours
Meeting Point: See Map
Covid-19 measures: Our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations.
What will I see during the tour?
– Budapest Parliament
– Danube River
– Liberty Square
– Monument to the victims of WWII
– St. Stephen’s Basilica
– Erzsébet Square
– Ferenc Deák Square
– The Great Synagogue
– and more!
How much should I tip?
If you enjoyed the experience, at the end of the tour you may tip your guide according to your budget and level of satisfaction.
How do I find the guide?
The guide will be waiting for you at the meeting point. Try to arrive 5-10 minutes before the starting time as it may not be possible to meet the guide after the tour has already started.
Interesting Facts about Budapest
Budapest is a city that was built by the Celts, occupied by the Romans, unified by the Magyar tribes, conquered by the Turkish, retaken by the Hungarians, and then united with the Austrians before finding their definitive independence in 1920 — no wonder it embodies such cultural diversity!
The word Hungarian is believed to derive from the Oghur, a branch of the Turkic language family, meaning “Ten Tribes“. The city itself is a display of three separate regions, unified: Buda, Pest, and Óbuda.
The Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle, and Andrássy Avenue were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987, and today, Budapest is one of the most alluring destinations for travelers that seek to experience a city that is a historical affirmation of movement, complexity, diversity, and unification.
Free Tours in Europe