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Big Bus Budapest Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Highlights
  • See Budapest’s sights at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off tour 
  • Create your own sightseeing plan with stops near landmarks 
  • Single bus route simpler than making bus, metro, and tram connections 
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Big Bus Budapest Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
From US$24.90
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1 Day Classic Ticket
Budapest ticket valid for 24 hours from time of first use. 1 Day classic ticket only includes day ticket and walking tours.
From US$24.87
2 Day Premium Ticket
Budapest ticket valid for 48 hours from time of first use. 2 Day Premium ticket includes 2 day hop on hop off bus ticket, 2 walking tours and a river cruise.
From US$33.57
3 Day Deluxe Ticket
Budapest ticket valid for 72 hours from time of first use. 3 Day Deluxe ticket includes a 3 day hop on hop off bus ticket, 2 walking tours, a river cruise, castle shuttle and a 1-hour night bus tour.
From US$46.00
Overview
If your time in Budapest is short, or you just want a simple way to get between sights, this hop-on hop-off bus tour makes a great option. Don’t worry about figuring out the city’s multiple bus, metro, and tram systems—instead, simply hop on and off at multiple stops to view the landmarks. Choose a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour ticket, and upgrade for an added river cruise and night tour.
What to Expect
Board a bus at any of the designated stops to start seeing the sights of Budapest. Your ticket is valid for 72, 48, or 24 hours, depending on the option you booked.

Settle onto the comfortable double-decker bus and enjoy panoramic views along the city-center route, listening to the informative audio commentary along the way.

Stay aboard for the full 1.5-hour loop to see everything in one go, or hop on and off at the many well-placed stops as you please. Stops include Heroes’ Square and the Parliament building, plus St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Chain Bridge, Castle Hill in Buda, and more.

All tickets include walking tours in Buda or Pest. The 48-hour Premium ticket also includes a Danube cruise, and the 3-day Deluxe ticket includes a castle shuttle and panoramic night tour.
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1 - 5 of 58 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
A good way to take in the sights if short of time

Pickup point very easy to get to by metro. Well staffed. Excellent for Buda Castle and the surrounding area

Thank AviationAnorak
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Steve Hampson Blackpool

There needs to be an upgrade on these buses as some of them the headphones would work in the slot. Not enough information given out about the walks but the cruise was good. Hop on as expected but like others the commentary needs some work.

Thank hamp1972
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
Good for transportation use

We used the Big Bus in Vienna and had a great experience with it. With that experience in mind we used the service in Budapest and were a bit disappointed. Drivers and ground staff are not well trained to provide good service. Audio description is...More

2  Thank halipour
Reviewed 3 days ago
Great way to see everything, sooooo friendly

Hey. Me and my partner did Budapest "Big Bus" style a couple of years ago, such an easy way to see everything. We are planning to come back this summer and have a mad plan to hop off at as many stops as possible ('cause...More

Thank Christopher M
Reviewed 4 days ago
Big fail

Today we bought 2-days tickets and were really disappointed with this company. First, content of audio guide - most of the time we listened music. Minimum information like "we going thru street /name/" and then music again. Useless. Second, today afternoon there were a huge...More

4  Thank Olga V
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aaathey
17 April 2018|
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Response from Nick D | Reviewed this property |
pretty sure we got on the bus by the Opera House just after 9am
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Steve H
4 April 2018|
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Response from Travel_hedonist_sg | Reviewed this property |
I seriously feel you'll be better off just using the public transport system, with Google maps as your navigation, especially if the purpose of using the hop on as a way to get around the city. The hop on frequency is quite... More
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