Downtown Pest: The New Imperial Capital 1867-1914 Tour with a friendly historian
Availability: Everyday except Thursday
Mobile voucher accepted
Safety measures applied
Do this because
- Take in the monumental Parliament at Kossuth Square, the most expensive structure ever built in Hungary at its inauguration and symbol of Budapest’s rise.
- Visit the Holocaust Memorial (Shoes on the Danube Bank), and reflect on the essential role of the Jewish community who numbered one-fourth of Budapest’s citizens before WWII.
- Explore Liberty Square, perhaps Pest’s most beautiful public space, home to the monumental Stock Exchange Palace and other opulent buildings.
- Continue to St. Stephen’s Basilica, passing renowned art nouveau facades.
- Marvel at the second largest synagogue in the world, the ornate Dohány Street Synagogue.
- Travel along Andrássy út (or Andrassy Avenue), a noble esplanade stopping at the Opera House, leading to our conclusion at Heroes’ Square, where Hungarians celebrated the 1,000-year anniversary of their kingdom in 1896.
What to expect
- 3-hour guided walk
- Historian tour guide
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 24 hours before the experience begins.
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