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Pub crawl is also known as "bar tour" or "bar-hopping." Our mission is to show you around in the real Budapest night life with unique pubs, drinks and atmosphere. If you want to get to know the world-famous ruin pubs of the city, you should consider...more
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Deak Ferenc Square 4 | FOGAS Ruin Bar, Budapest 1052, Hungary
Fun people to drink with, but the guide was absent all the time and even got the date on the voucher for the last drink wrong so we couldn't get the drink which was included in the fee. Worst hosting of a pub crawl I...More
Quite possibly the worst bar crawl me and my partner have ever been on. We have been on ones in Milan, Hamburg and London and let me tell you, this one was by far the worst.
We were so excited about a bar crawl and...More
I was alone in the pub crawl and yet it was the best pub crawl I have ever been!
I did pub crawls in London and Prague, but nothing compares to this one!
I thought I would struggle because I was alone, but no!
Thank Ettore P
Daniel S, Vezető at Pub Crawl Budapest, responded to this reviewResponded 5 April 2018
Thank you for your review, we are really happy you enjoyed our pubcrawl even you didn’t know anybody before.
It was a pleasure to meet you and we really hope you will join to our pubcrawl next time when you visit Budapest!
Please avoid this pub crawl if you can, the staff don't care about your safety, totally abused their authority by taking advantage of drunk people by being inappropriate, DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY AND TIME!
Waste of money as the leaders left the first bar without gathering everyone up and thus we were left alone despite waiting at the bar where they said to stay. No one could tell us where they were headed and due to vague instructions we...More
We had to pay 15 euro for 3 cheap shots in 3 different bars. They say 4 bars but the first and last is the same pub. And the starting point is the biggest most famous club of budapest so you would find it without...More
This is a great way to meet with people, especially if you are traveling alone or with a small group. You get one shot in each pub and there are 4 or 5 different pubs (I cannot remember the exact number, sorry) that you will...More
The two guides I met Bori and Vivien, who's actually a princess, were great, had real interesting conversations with them. And for three girls (the other guide I didn't meet but I know she did a good job) to babysit a bunch of drunk people...More
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