Lutheran church, Deák térAnker PalaceOnyx RestaurantVörösmarty térVigadó Concert HallVigadó térSzéchenyi István SquareSzéchenyi Chain Bridge
A FREE GPS GUIDED AUDIO TOUR

Unveiling Budapest: A Journey Through Time

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An audio guided tour by Ryan Multilingual, The Tourist

Welcome to Budapest! On this GPS guided audio tour, we will visit 8 stops on a route of 2.06km. This tour focusses mainly on general tourism.

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Tour Sights 📸

Lutheran church, Deák tér
Sight A Lutheran Church, built in 1794-1808, features a unique architectural style with a neoclassical façade, a triple-arched portal, and a grandiose interior with ornate columns, reliefs, and a stunning organ.
Lutheran church, Deák tér
Anker Palace
Sight A historic building in eclectic style, Anker Palace was built in 1908-1910 by Ignác Alpár for the Anker Life and Pension Company, featuring Doric columns and statues of women on its facade and roof.
Anker Palace
Onyx Restaurant
Sight Onyx Restaurant is a two-Michelin-starred restaurant offering progressive Hungarian cuisine, blending art, science, and gastronomy, with a focus on Hungarian ingredients and innovative menu designs.
Onyx Restaurant
Vörösmarty tér
Sight A public square in the city centre, featuring a statue of poet Mihály Vörösmarty and a fenced park with a fountain flanked by stone lions, also a business area with offices and the British Embassy.
Vörösmarty tér
VigadĂł Concert Hall
Sight A cultural center, VigadĂł Concert Hall is Budapest's second largest concert hall, designed by Frigyes Feszl in 1859, and features a bold design along the Pest embankment, home to the Hungarian State Folk Ensemble and attracting international performers.
VigadĂł Concert Hall
Vigadó tér
Sight A square in the heart of Budapest, featuring the Pesti Vigadó concert hall and served by Vigadó tér tram station.
Vigadó tér
Széchenyi István Square
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Széchenyi István Square
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Sight A chain bridge that spans the River Danube between Buda and Pest, connecting the western and eastern sides of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Designed by English engineer William Tierney Clark and built by Scottish engineer Adam Clark, it was the first permanent bridge across the Danube in Hungary.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge

About this Tour â„ą

Stops
8
Walking time
25 min
Average Rating
-
Language
en-US
Distance
2.06km

Audio preview 🔊

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