Budapest is famous for its architecture, atmosphere and unforgettable beauty. Despite it's 9th largest European city, it has a lot places for retreat - parks, river bank, promenades, silent streets.Languages:
Walk along Buda from Freedom Bridge over Gellert Hill to Buda Castle, Fisherman's Bastion, to Adam Clark Square and Széchenyi Chain Bridge
הטיול מתחיל ליד בית הכנסת הגדול ברחוב דוהני (רחוב הטבק), עובר ליד ביתו של בנימין זאב הרצל, קרב אחים ליד בית הכנסת, הערבה הבוכיה, בית מדרש של הקהילה הניאולוגית, ״לשכת הגיוס״ איזור ״פאב הריסות״. סיור ממשיך לבית הכנסת האורתודוקסי, החצר של גודזו ומסתיים ליד בית הכנסת רומבך.
This route is a quest. Each correct answer to the question opens the way to the next stop. Every stop is a question. You can use any advice to find the right answer to the question. Each answer is a number. To play quickly and confidently, download the route to your favorites in the application. This way you will not be dependent on your internet connection. Ask each team member to download this route to their phone. Therefore, you will not depend on the battery charge and will be able to support each other. Just in case, write down the correct answers to previous questions. If something goes wrong - you can quickly restore everything. Good luck and see you at the restaurant!
A short walk in the evening winter Budapest. We pass Karoli Boulevard, a monument to Empress Elizabeth, Freedom Square, monuments and a secret bunker of the Cold War, parliament square and the history of Hungarian independence. The winter is cool on the Danube but the stunning parliament building admires by its beauty and grandeur. We stopped for a minute of silence at the Danube embankment next to the chilling soul monument to the victims of the Holocaust. To the end of the walking have visited a cozy Christmas city center with its Christmas markets and have ended the tour with mystical Anchor House and the luminous synagogue.
This way is the easiest, the safe, the cheapest, and fastest way to get from Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport to Hotel Memories Budapest - Rumbach Space Events & Conferences. The 100E express bus runs from the airport to the central metro station Deák Ferenc tér, making two intermediate stops on its way at the metro stations Kálvin tér and Astoria M. Hotel Memories is in the ten-minute walk from Astoria station. The bus leaves every ten minutes from the main exit from the airport and runs to the city center. The journey takes about half an hour. 100E departs from the airport to the center from 05:00 AM to 01:20 AM; From the city to the airport: from 03:40 AM to 00:40 AM. Important! At Astoria bus stop, the 100E bus TO THE AIRPORT stops only between 3:42 AM and 4:42 AM. Where to buy 100E bus tickets? At the airport at the front desk of the transport company in terminal 2B. In the purple ticket machine at a bus stop. The ticket machines are located between terminals 2A and 2B. Four more devices were installed almost at the entrance to terminal 2B in the bus by the driver. If you buy tickets in machines, both cards and forints are accepted. The 100E driver sells tickets both for forints and for euros (at the rate of 1 euro - 300 forints, the official rate is 330 forints). A special ticket for a 100E bus costs 900 forints (about € 2.7). No other ticket grants access to the 100E bus. Here you can take a detailed step-by-step route. Download the route to your device, and the application will guide you along the route step by step from start to finish with no need for the internet connection. An arrow indicates your position on the map, and its tip should be directed along the line from stop to stop. When you turn, the indicator turns with you, and you can quickly determine your direction. You can listen to descriptions of stops by pressing the play button. Not yet available for Hebrew on Android devices. Photos at the stops of the route will help you navigate the terrain. Have a nice trip!
A one-hour leisurely walk to the restaurant will set aside the main streets and sights of Budapest. She will discover hidden places that only locals know — the house where Max Nordau lived. In his office, Theodor Herzel first spoke about the Jewish state. The cozy courtyards of the Jewish quarter, which are full of pubs, bars, and restaurants. The proud and majestic Andrassy Avenue, which is called the Champs Elysees in Budapest. The famous opera house with its cunning acoustics. And finally, the house in which the Jewish boy lived, who came up with a ballpoint pen and an automatic transmission. All this during a one-hour walk in the fresh air, which will help you get rid of two hundred calories before a hearty dinner.
A short walk along the most famous route in the city.
Sometimes in the evening, it may seem that Budapest is pretty dull. But only if you do not know where to spend time. Budapest's pubs and bars are famous throughout Europe.
St. Stephen’s Basilica, Budapest Parliament, Holocaust Victim Monument - Shoes on the waterfront, Szczecin Chain Bridge, Buda Castle, Castle Quarter, Fisherman's Bastion, funicular, and zero kilometers, as well as breakfast lunch and all sorts of goodies in different places. It was an excellent adventure!
Budapest's Great Central Market and Pest Embankment near Liberty Bridge
From Margaret Island we go to the Fisherman's Bastion of Budapest. Here we take a walk and enjoy the views and fabulous architecture. From there, by car to the palace and the fortress, then after a short walk, go down to the Svoboda bridge - one of the most beautiful bridges in the city and end the walk on the most famous market in Budapest. Translated with Google Translate
A great day walking tour in Budapest, combining the vast historical side of the city, as well as a dive into the modern and alternative side. The tour starts at the famous Jewish Quarter of Budapest. Although it held, and to this day, holds a tragic story of the city's past, the quarter has re-emerged into the city's scene as a place for youth, parties and amazing street food. During the walk we will see the landmarks of the Jewish history of Hungary, learn about the tragedies and heroism heroic stories that happened during WW2, all along catching glimpses of current street art and ruin-bars, a truly unique experience that can be had only in this part of the city. To further feel the different sides Budapest has to offer, we will walk on the Andrassy Blvd, which some may say is the Champs Elysees of Budapest. The walk will take u straight to the Hero's Square, from where we will dive into a beautiful park, holding inside different gems, such as the zoo, the Botanical Garden and Vajdahunyad Castle. To finishoff a wonderful day, we will sit down for some cake and coffee at the amazingly beautiful and world famous New York Cafe.
This track is a walking the route with an audio guide to Budapest. A full-day trip is a great way to get to know the city and its history. The excursion begins at the Opera building, then through the park goes to the Parliament building. From the parliament building, which is highly recommended to visit, the embankment route passes to the memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Then we cross the Danube along one of the most recognizable bridges in Europe and the most famous bridge in Budapest - the Széchenyi Bridge. In the part of the city that used to be called Buda, we will climb the hill of the royal castle and find ourselves in the most beautiful places. There are the Fisherman's Bastion, the ancient streets, and towers and at the end of the exploration of this part of the city, we will descend into an underground labyrinth with rock paintings. At the end of the beautiful day, we will visit the museum of the Jewish mystic illusionist Houdini, the most famous funicular in Europe and the zero kilometer of the Hungarian Republic.