Street art tour Budapest

    • Tour dates
      Every Friday from 11 am or contact us for a different date
    • Meeting point
    • Duration
      3 hours
    • Size of group
    • Price
      45 EUR per person
      Payable online with credit card or PayPal or in cash on the spot
    • What’s included?
      One beer/wine/coffee is included in the price
    • Benefit
      Our small-group tours are limited to 8 people only, so you’ll get plenty of chance to ask questions and get local tips from a knowledgeable guide

    Hightlights

    • Explore Budapest’s Jewish Quarter and the vibrant street art pieces and murals that brighten its walls
    • Dive into the city’s urban life and discover the meaning behind the district’s street art
    • Learn about Budapest’s diverse and ever-growing street art scene and about its unique place in the city’s contemporary culture
    • Budapest’s society and city life explained, with some ideas on what to visit next
    • Stops in some of the city’s coolest design shops and boutiques to pick up the perfect souvenirs from your trip
    • Continue the conversation about Budapest and its vibrant street art scene at a cozy local café while enjoying your complimentary cup of coffee

    What not to expect

    • A hurried walk around the city’s street art spots – we want you to understand what you’re looking at, not just take photos
    • Another boring history lesson plucked straight from a guide book

    Tour description

    Contemporary Budapest is a wonderful thing to behold, and nothing gives you a better insight into this side of the city than its street art – a scene that’s been boldly growing and constantly pushing creative boundaries over the last few years. On this tour, we’re going to give you an insider look at the history, the culture, and the creative context. Read more

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