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Do you want to see the beauties of Budapest from exciting new angles? We can help you! To get into the city from the airport, take the advantages of MiniBUD. Discover the beautiful Castle District with the e-buses of CitySightseeing Budapest, then soak up the atmosphere of the lively city streets aboard a Budapest Tuk Tuk!

MiniBUD is the official shuttle service partner of Liszt Ferenc Budapest Airport. It’s cheap – you can buy a ticket from as little as 6 euros – and versatile as you can use the service one-way only or two ways (from the airport to the city and back). You can even get a discount using the Budapest Card for 24, 48 or 72 hours, or when you are buying a ticket for the CitySightseeing buses, to be used within the next 24 or 48 hours. One of the advantages of having a MiniBUD pre-paid ticket is being able to use the “fast track” at the airport, so that you lose the least time possible there.

Hop into a soft-top Budapest Tuk Tuk with a driver-guide and explore Budapest by three wheels on this private tour. Most commonly found in Asia, tuk-tuks are perfect for navigating Budapest’s streets and discovering hidden places inaccessible to bigger vehicles. Breeze by the landmarks, stop for photos and absorb the atmosphere on a flexible itinerary – tailored to your interests and preferred pace. Downtown pickup and drop-off included, with a choice of multiple departure times.

CitySightseeing Budapest operates three lines of sightseeing buses offering the chance to see the best of Budapest. The red buses, however, won’t take you to the Buda Castle, the place you can enjoy the best panoramic view over the city from. But there‘s a solution as the Official Budapest Castle Bus service will take you there! Hop on one of the blue, open-sided low-liner buses in the official bus stop, and discover the beautiful Castle district with us!

The eco friendly buses start from Clark Ádám square at the Buda side of the Chain Bridge, to take you up the hill, into the Castle district. They will stop at the Dísz square, just a few minutes walk from the grand Palace, the next stop is right after the Matthias Church (and Fisherman’s Bastion), at Kapisztrán square (where you can visit the Museum of Military History or the Hungarian National Archives) and finally below the hill, at the Castle Garden. From here you may continue the discovery of Budapest by changing to the Red or Purple lines of CitySightseeing.


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