The perfect way to explore the Pearl of the Danube is on a free tour of Budapest, and we offer the best free walking tours of Budapest every day, rain or shine.

This is a place of many incredible stories and historical outcomes since the Magyars arrived over a thousand years ago. Join our Budapest free tour to discover remarkable history, rich heritage, beautiful streets, exciting atmosphere, and panoramic views with passionate, proud local guides who share their knowledge, expertise and passion for tips only. Our guides and our tours are all of exceptionally high quality and put you in control – so join us for a fun and insightful free tour experience.

From the must-see sights, sites and attractions in Budapest, such as the Chain Bridge, Danube Promenade, and Fisherman’s Bastion, to the fascinating tales, legends and history - this free tour of Budapest gives you real insight to the capital and country as well as personal local insider hints, tips and recommendations for the best things to do to in Budapest. Don’t miss it! Check out our other Budapest free tour options too to really make the most of your time here.

  • Danube Promenade
  • Buda Castle
  • Matthias Church
  • The little princess
  • Chain Bridge
  • Fishermen's Bastion
  • Origin of the Magyars
  • Opera House
  • St. Stephen's Basilica
  • Famous Hungarians
  • Rubik's cube
Starts at
Every day English flag10:30 AM & 2:30 PM Spanish flag10:30 AM
Meeting Point
In front of St. Stephen's Basilica

By Metro:

The closest metro station to St. Stephen's Basilica is Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út Metro station (yellow line). This would leave you at Andrássy Avenue which is one of the main streets of Budapest, from there you can easily see the back of the Basilica (It is the highest building in town, can't miss it babe!) So just walk there and you'll find us in front of the Basilica. Look for the guides with light-blue umbrellas, t-shirts and name tags.

On foot:

Budapest is a very walkable city, and St. Stephen's Basilica is the biggest church in Budapest and, along with the Parliament building, is one of the highest buildings in the city so it is difficult to miss it. Just make sure you take our flyer or map from your hostel, or use our handy ‘view on map’ tab above.

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