Looking for a unique and exciting way to experience the iconic sights of Budapest? Look no further than our military 4x4 Budapest sightseeing tour! In just three hours, you'll get to explore some of the city's most famous landmarks, including the majestic Parliament building, the historic Heroes' Square, the stunning Buda Castle, and the impressive Citadel. And you'll do it all in style, aboard one of our rugged and reliable military 4x4 vehicles.
With our expert guides at the wheel, you'll be able to navigate the city's narrow streets and steep hills with ease, while taking in breathtaking views and learning about Budapest's rich history and culture. And with stops at each of our four designated landmarks, you'll have plenty of time to explore, snap photos, and soak up the sights and sounds of this vibrant city. So why wait? Book your military 4x4 Budapest sightseeing tour today and get ready for an adventure you'll never forget!
25 minutes photo and explanation stop with a complimentary Hungarian welcome drink.
Andrassy Avenue (Pass By)
Drive true in the heart of Budapest among the most expensive real estate and shops the Opera House and the House of Terror for 25 minutes.
Hungarian Parliament Building (Pass By)
A 25 minute photo stop by the Hungarian Parliament Building is a great way to take in the beauty of this iconic landmark. During your visit, make sure to see the Hungarian national flag, which flies high at the front of the building and represents the country's sovereignty and national pride. You may also have the chance to see the ceremonial guards, who protect the building, and the flag on their traditional uniforms. Take a stroll through Kossuth Square, named after Lajos Kossuth, a key figure in Hungary's fight for independence. Here, you can admire the stunning architecture of the Parliament Building, designed by Imre Steindl in the neo-Gothic style with spires, arches, and statues adorning the facade. Don't forget to take a photo in front of the building to capture the moment. The statues in the square are also worth seeing, including the statue of Kossuth himself, as well as other notable Hungarian figures.
Rumbach Street Synagogue (Pass By)
Rumbach Street is a historic and culturally-rich area located in the heart of Budapest. While driving by, you can see several interesting landmarks that highlight the city's diverse heritage. One of the most notable sights is the Rumbach Street Synagogue, a beautiful Moorish-style building designed by Otto Wagner. This iconic landmark boasts stunning architecture with intricate details and colorful tiles. Continuing down the Rumbach Street, you can also spot the Carl Lutz Memorial, a plaque honoring the Swiss diplomat who saved thousands of Jewish people during the Holocaust. Driving down the Rumbach Street is a great way to experience Budapest's diverse culture and history. The street itself has a charming pedestrian area with cobblestone paving, adding to the overall ambiance of the area. Whether you're interested in Jewish history or just looking for a scenic drive through Budapest, Rumbach Street is a must-see destination. 15 minutes.
A 25-minute photo stop at the Dohany Street Synagogue in Budapest is a must-see for visitors to the city. This stunning Moorish-style synagogue is the largest in Europe and boasts ornate architecture and intricate details. One of the most notable sights on the grounds is the Memorial Tree, a weeping willow tree dedicated to those who perished during the Holocaust. It is adorned with metal leaves, each bearing the name of a victim. Another highlight of the Dohany Street Synagogue is the House of Theodor Herzl, which was the birthplace of the founder of modern Zionism. Overall, a 15-minute photo stop at the Dohany Street Synagogue in Budapest provides a glimpse into the city's Jewish history and culture. With its stunning architecture, Holocaust Memorial Tree, House of Theodor Herzl, and other notable landmarks, this is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Budapest.
Visit the breathtaking view above Budapest. Exploration and explanation stop.
Visit the Coronation church of Hungary and the Fisherman's bastion. After a drive true in the castle area.
Ferris Wheel of Budapest (Pass By)
Elisabeth Square is a vibrant city center in Budapest, and a drive-by offers a glimpse into some of the city's most iconic landmarks. One of the most notable attractions in the square is the Budapest Eye, a towering Ferris wheel that offers stunning views of the city. The area is also home to several five-star hotels, making it a popular destination for luxury travelers. Fashion Street, located just off Elisabeth Square, is a shopper's paradise, with high-end boutiques and designer stores lining the street. The area is also home to several cafes and restaurants, offering plenty of opportunities to relax and take in the atmosphere. Nearby, Andrassy Avenue is one of the most famous streets in Budapest and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Finally, St. Stephen's Basilica is a must-see landmark located just a short distance from Elisabeth Square. This stunning cathedral boasts breathtaking architecture and houses the mummified hand of Hungary's first king, St. Stephen. 30 min.
Starting and finishing point is in the middle of the main pedestrian street of Budapest. Front of MKB Bank center. Váci Street in Budapest offers a glimpse into one of the city's most popular shopping districts. This pedestrian-only street is lined with boutiques, cafes, and restaurants, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. Along the way, visitors can admire the beautiful architecture, including several historic buildings such as the Párisi Udvar and the Ferenciek Church. A walk through Váci Street is the perfect way to soak up the vibrant atmosphere of Budapest and take in the sights and sounds of this bustling city. Easy to reach by walking from all central Hotels or with public transport via Deák Tér Metro or Ferenciek tere Metro stations even from the 2. line tram from íIrányi utca station.
• Not wheelchair accessible Service animals allowed
• Not recommended for travellers with back problems
• Not recommended for pregnant travellers
• Minimum age requirement for alcohol consumption is 18 years of age
• Tour duration is travel time included
• No entrance fees included to any of the visited Attractions.
• This is a private tour/activity.
• Only your group will participate
• Alcoholic Beverages
• Bottled water
• Heroes' Square
• Andrassy Avenue
• Hungarian Parliament Building
• Rumbach Street Synagogue
• Buda Castle
• Ferris Wheel of Budapest
• Vaci Street