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blue rose - Budapest, Wesselényi u. 9, 1077

Trattoria Pomo D'Oro - Budapest, Arany János u. 9, 1051

Pasta Bella - Budapest, Dohány u. 1b, 1074 


Remembering budapest without quarantine

Remembering our trip before the quarantine, which went to Budapest, we have remembered the guides so wonderful and friendly that they made our visit so dynamic and participatory ... Lucia on the free tour and Natalia on the Danube. Lucia already told us that Natalia had a lot of energy and she was not wrong at all. Both exude joy and passion for their work, in addition to historical rigor, which means that you do not lose your attention for a single second. We would repeat without a doubt !!!


We are a group of friends who love to travel and whenever we have the chance we do it. We usually use the services of free tours, because on our weekend lightning trips it is the best option to learn as much as possible about history of the place. On this occasion we had as a guide Pilar, a very nice girl who made us a very enjoyable and educational tour. Despite the stormy of the history of the city, we had a clear explanation of it, to while entertaining and sprinkled with Pilar's grace. Totally recommended.


Without a doubt the best tours for Spaniards that can be done in Budapest. We have done three. The first was the free tour, which we did wonderfully guided by Rosa, who gave us the main landmarks of the Pest area to which we have later returned to recreate ourselves remembering Rosa's stupendous explanations.
The second we did in the Jewish quarter guided by Almudena who, although the subject was somewhat sad, knew how to make us entertaining with great professionalism. Finally, we toured the Buda castle with Pilar (from Linares), a great professional and a better person who not only brilliantly explained all the ins and outs of the Buda area, but even offered us his phone number in case full coronavirus crisis, we may need it. Juan Antonio and Sofía from Seville and Huelva are very grateful to you.