Shanghai - China
History behind Shanghai’s most famous cathedral and Jesuits community
Visiting Budapest and not taking the advantage of seeing most important landmarks of the city is a wasted journey!
A city with such an amazing history and culture deserves to be noticed and explored. So we invite you to join us on our amazing walking tour in Óbuda district, the oldest one of Budapest with well-preserved Roman ruins, remains from the Middle ages, charming Baroque squares and many museums.
Follow your personal guide from Batthyány tér to one of the most historic and appealing landmarks - Kiscelli Museum, and have an unforgettable day in beautiful Budapest!
Here are some landmarks you are going to see on the way:
Batthyány tér: Named after Lajos Batthyány, the first Prime Minister of Hungary, and a statue for him was erected in 2008.
Aquincum: It was an important Roman city that was unearthed at the end of the 19th century in Budapest.
Fő tér: This charming square is surrounded by several Baroque-style buildings, including the City Hall of Óbuda and some museums and restaurants
Flórian tér: Here you can get famous Krumplis Lángos, where we can buy pancakes, waffles and lángos spiced up with a variety of extras.
Roman amphitheatre: Built in the 2nd century for the Roman garrisons, this amphitheatre, about 800m south of Flórián tér, could accommodate 6000 spectators.
Kiscelli Museum: Presents the 18th-21st century history of Budapest
Note: This tour requires public transportation. Ticket prices are not included.