Alternative sightseeing tours in Budapest -
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Walking tours

See Budapest differently with our alternative walking tours. Explore the vibrant and bohemian Jewish Quarter or go off-the-beaten track into the gritty heart of the VIII District. From the coolest spots to hidden gems, learn all about the art, culture and nightlife that makes these areas so special.

Visit some of Budapest’s legendary ruin pubs and learn about their unique history and cultural significance. Along the way, you’ll get to know the area’s ubiquitous street art and see the best local designer shops in a small group with a local guide.

Spend your Sunday morning seeing the other side of Budapest’s party district. We show you the neighbourhood’s coolest places, including retro stores where jazz plays softly in the background and a farmers’ market at the city’s most famous ruin pub.

Visit the non-touristy part of Budapest and its underground cultural spots, see the creative and quirky sides of the VIII District. 100% off the beaten track – be ahead of any guidebook and get out of your comfort zone.


“Fantastic tour of Budapest’s hidden gems. Tour Budapest like a local with Attila.”


April, 2017


“I felt the tour was much more a dialogue rather than just a blunt presentation.”


January, 2018


“It felt more like being introduced to a new neighbourhood by a good friend rather than a tour.”


August, 2016


Go beyond the sights in the guidebooks with our own handpicked local tips where you can experience that magical flow you’ll only find in Budapest.

If you are interested in the fascinating street art scene of Budapest, there’s a guideline that provides an insight and practical guide of street art and murals: a comprehensive online street art map, list of must see street art, photos and related articles.



“There are so many ruin pubs here and I like to share the local side to them. One of my favourite is Szimpla Kert. In the evenings, Szimpla is very touristy, but every Sunday morning they have a farmers’ market with only local produce, from marmalade to sausages – and locals go.”


“Fifteen years ago, Budapest’s now-pulsating seventh district — also known as Erzsébetváros — was a derelict neighborhood filled with abandoned buildings. Then, a sprawling old factory was converted into Szimpla Kert, a “ruin pub” with rooms sporting thrift-store furniture and a massive outdoor patio”


“As we walk towards Hungary’s most famous pub through a quiet street with boarded-up properties and graffiti covering the doorways, local guide Attila explains how Budapest’s district VII was an eerie place a decade ago. “Nobody would come here; it was a ghost town in the center of the city,” he says.”


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