City tour in Budapest

We start the tour from the Chain Bridge, pass by the Parliament and take the Margaret Bridge to drive over to the Buda side. We stop in the Castle District and during a short walk we show you the main attractions of the area. We walk to Matthias Church and to the Fishermen’s Bastion, where you can enjoy the beautiful panorama.

Next, we drive to the Gellért Hill (Citadel) and show you the most spectacular view of Budapest. We then take you over the Elisabeth Bridge to Pest and show you the famous Central Market Hall and the largest Synagogue in Europe, after which we drive to the City Park. We pass by Europe’s largest thermal spa, the Budapest Zoo and the Amusement Park, then stop at the Heroes’ Square (with statues of the most famous Hungarian kings and dukes).

We then take the Andrássy Avenue to downtown Pest, pass by the Opera House and the St. Stephen’s Basilica. During the tour we offer a brief overview of the last 1000 years of Hungarian history. The Tour ends in the city-centre.

City tour in Vienna

Vienna, the Capital of Austria, is situated only 240 kilometres from Budapest, at a 2-2,5 hour drive on the motorway. Due to the recent changes within the EU, there is currently no border between Hungary and Austria.

On this tour we drive along the famous Ringstrasse (Vienna's main boulevard) to give you a first impression of the most important sights of Vienna and show you the City Park, the State Opera House, the Museum of Fine Art and Natural History, the Parliament, the Burgtheatre, the City Hall and the Votive Church.

Then we take a short walk to the most beautiful parts of the city centre: MuseumquarterHofburg (winter residence of the Habsburgs), Kärtner Strasse (shopping street), the Stephan's Cathedral etc.

After we provide you time for shopping in the elegant pedestrian area of Vienna or there is an opportunity to visit Schönbrunn Palace or other museums. You can also explore Prater, a well-known amusement park.

On the way home, we stop at Hundertwasser House and journey into the land of creative architecture.