• We are definitely the longest running and best guides!
  • And also the cheapest for the quality you get!
  • And we are fun!
  • Private tours are available, local guides!
  • Only from locals!
  • Jewish quarter is definitely worth to check out with us!

Okay, so definitely we are the best rated tour guides in Budapest, nevertheless the most humble ones. We are humble, because as our guests are not frequently returning, but traveling around the world, we need to deliver the same quality every time! Every tourist that comes to our trips, need to feel comfortable, safe, entertained!

This is why we have the highest standards! Highest in the job, and highest in the party! Why would we just keep being ordinary? If our guest just got off from a hop-on hop-off bus that brought them back from a tourist attraction, tired, we will bring them to a place where we have a beer with them, and we speed up the party slowly. No rush! Our ruin bar tours go on for at least four hours, so everybody has a time to get used to the Hungarian nightlife that we present! We operate our tours seven days a week, I think the only day we skip is on Christmas Eve! Check out more on our homepage.

The biggest museum event in Hungary has just started and is picking up steam. From September 28th until November 9th, 79 museums in Budapest will be participating in an autumn festival that is centred around eight themes.

The museums involved in the festival will have regular exhibitions outside of the walls of the museum itself, bringing cultural artifacts to public spaces, kindergartens, schools and town halls.

This theme is about getting families to come and create works of art together with artists and museum workers. There will be a photo mosaic made of selfies from Szentendre, an enormous mural that will be drawn by everyone who shows up on October 10th at the Ludwig museum, and many workshops and activities for children and adults alike.

The museums also are making an effort to present cultural spaces as an appealing option for teenagers. There will be talks, sports activities, music and other events geared towards teens. The Mining museum of Salgótarján is giving away free disco tickets to teens who participate in the tours, and there will also be a film festival of movies made by teens enrolled in various art schools in Budapest.