Not much of explanations, mostly pre recorded. Waste of good one hour. Route not too exciting either. Choose other ways to explore the city
Meet your guide at a central location in Budapest and hop on board your coach. Listen as your guide provides historical context for the many landmarks you pass during the landed portion of your trip, including the Parliament of Budapest and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Look out for landmarks, such as St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Great Synagogue, the Hungarian Opera House and Heroes’ Square.
Next, your journey takes an aquatic dip, as your amphibious coach takes the Danube and continues the tour afloat. Hear the history of the iconic Chain Bridge as you pass under it, and admire the Buda Castle from your riverside vantage point. At the end of the tour, be dropped off at the original departure point, and continue your adventure in Budapest with new insight from this memorable tour.
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With only a few hours to see as much as possible of Budapest the bus/boat was an ideal choice. The first part, on the road, passed some interesting buildings including the second largest synagogue in the world, but the traffic was very busy and so...More
When in Budapest, you must do sightseeing on the Riverride Bus as it's an incredibly fun experience of seeing the city from land and water. The bus was completely booked and so many tourists were literally disappointed on finding that there wasn't space to accommodate...More
Dear Prerna M, thank you for choosing RiverRide Sightseeing in Budapest on Land and Water program and special thanks for your comments and compliments about the tour. With kind regards, the RiverRide Team
This was a great way to see Budapest by land and river. The bus runs four times a day and you can get tickets at your hotel or even by the bus stop in the city centre. We saw the Academy of Sciences, St Stephen's...More
We went on this on our visit to Budapest. I thought it wa very good but the rest of the family were less impressed. Good to see the buildings etc from the river and travel down the river in a coach. We did the bit...More