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View the sights of Budapest easily with a hop-on hop-off bus pass
Explore your own way: Hop on and off at the stops on two routes as you wish
See the top attractions in comfort and learn about them via the onboard audio
Upgrade to a 48- or 72-hour pass with a cruise and night tour
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Tour options (6)
24 Hour Hop On Hop Off Ticket
Explore Budapest with a 24-hour hop on hop off bus ticket.
72hr Bus, Boat & Night Tour
With this option, enjoy exploring Budapest with a 72-hour hop on hop off ticket, plus access to the boat tour and night tour.
48hr Bus, Boat & Night Tour
With this option, enjoy exploring Budapest with a 48-hour hop on hop off ticket, plus access to the boat tour and night tour.
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Budapest’s sights are fairly widely dispersed, so seeing them on foot can be time-consuming. This hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing bus lets you cover them in comfort, with audio commentary to provide background. Hop on or off at any of the stops on two routes when you wish to create your own personal itinerary. Choose from a 24-hour or 48-hour pass, or upgrade to a 48- or 72-hour pass with an included cruise and night tour.
What to Expect
Book your desired option and travel independently to any of the stops along the two routes. Your ticket is valid for your selected duration from when you first board and buses arrive every 15 minutes or so. See the Itinerary for stops. Settle on the open upper deck or air-conditioned lower deck and don a headset to hear the multilingual audio commentary about the sights. Then, stay aboard to view the landmarks along the full loop, or hop on and off at any of the stops to explore further. Perhaps alight to peruse the food stalls at Budapest’s Great Market Hall or admire the Parliament's beautiful neo-Gothic architecture. Alternatively, step out to see Heroes Square, view the Szechenyi Baths, stroll on the Margaret Bridge, or delve into other sights. If you’ve upgraded, enjoy an included daytime or evening Danube River cruise, plus a panoramic city night tour.
Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Stops: Red Route:
• Szt. István Square (St Stephen’s Basilica) • Erzsébet Square • Széchenyi Baths • Synagogue • Astoria • Károly krt. 23. • Opera House • Liszt Ferenc Square (Music Academy) • Heroes' Square • Grand Hotel Hungária (Eastern Railway Station) • New York Palace • Astoria • Ferenciek Square and Váci Street • Sikló/Funicular and Chain Bridge • Vár (Castle District) • Citadella (Citadel) • Március 15. Square • Bálna shopping center • Fovám Square (Great Market Hall) • Kálvin Square (National Museum) • Hungarian Parliament BuildingPurple Route: • Erzsébet Square • Szechenyi Square • Petofi Square • Clark Ádám Square • Margaret Bridge • Nyugati Square (Western Railway Station) • Oktogon
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Unfortunately our 48 Hr ticket was valid over the worst 48 hrs of rain we've ever had on holiday. The buses were unusable except for some seats downstairs. However, it was great having the pass as we used the bus mainly to get around the...More
I see little point in taking these buses when it is wet unless you really are a die hard. Sitting downstairs you will see nothing much and the windows would steam up.
Luckily our two day ticket provided a dry sunny but cool day and...More
There seem to be 3 hop on hop off tour companies. Two of them have apparently merged. Somebody is loosing out on this deal because we had tickets looked at and were told wrong company and refused entry on two occasions. Be ready to point...More
We bought a 2 day pass to help us get around Budapest. The principle is great and we have done this in other cities and enjoyed them thoroughly. However this bus in Budapest was different. First of all they only ran until 5pm on Friday...More