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Place in a mini-group
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Mini-group / Private tour
Extra time for a training
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to visit on the most beautiful sights of the Hungarian capital, formed in 1873 by the merger of three cities, in just one day. On this tour, you will be able to see with your own eyes two different parts of the same city, representing old and new Budapest. Taking a Segway ride along the young streets of the downtown, you will see how architects neatly weaved 19th century buildings into the image of an actively growing modern capital, while maintaining the harmony of different architectural styles. Cross the bridge over the Danube to find yourself in a completely different area of the city that preserved every single building, fully retaining the atmosphere of the old times. You will explore the delightful Buda Castle and Fisherman’s Bastion, recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. You will easily climb to the top of the highest mountain in Budapest to see the Citadel, the best panorama of the city from a bird’s eye view and the famous giant Liberty Statue. In 3 hours you can embrace all this and much more, thanks to the fast and comfortable ride on Segway.
Our Segway journey begins in the center of Pest, where we visit St. Stephen’s Basilica and Liberty Square, plunge into the history of Hungary, and get to see the Hungarian Parliament Building on the bank of the Danube. Continuing along the embankment, you will see Chain Bridge – the first bridge in Budapest – and cross it to the side of the old town of Buda. Here you will ride up Castle Hill to see the main architectural treasures of the country: the Fisherman’s Bastion, St. Matthias Church and Buda Castle. At the bottom of the hill, you will find the statue of Queen Elisabeth in a beautiful little park. Then you’ll climb to the highest point in Budapest, Gellert Hill, stopping on your way in the wonderful Garden of Philosophy, which will take a special place in your heart. At the top of the mountain you will see the Citadel and a breathtaking viewpoint of the whole Budapest. On the way back, you will pass by the Gellert Baths and the Gellert Hill Cave, which served as a chapel in the middle of the 20th century, and ride along the promenade with a pleasant breeze.
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