ImagineBudapest has been established to offer locals and visitors alike exciting, one-of-a-kind historical tours through Budapest’s less well-known parts and hidden treasures that you will not find in any guidebook. Our aim is to show you the city in its rich and colorful complexity by evoking the spirit of its past – within a contemporary scenery. Organized around special themes, our walks lead you beyond the façades and make you see what the battered walls and the fine ornaments, the holy places, or the secret gardens hiding within the concrete jungle can tell us about the life of a legendary city and its inhabitants.
Our philosophy is that you can only understand a place if you become part of it – if only for a few hours.
ImagineBudapest is also specialized in private, custom-made tours which are put together upon personal request. So, if you prefer to explore the city with your family, or a small group of friends, or simply as an independent traveler, all you have to do is let us know the places/things of particular interest for you, and we shall include those in our overall tour. In this way, a friendly guide can lead you through the city by combining your preferences with our unique locations and the more general “must-see” sights – but even those flavored with some exciting insider’s stories and details.
Sign up for one of our most popular private tours, and return home with some unique travel memories!
Fall season in Budapest – maybe the best time to explore the city!
In Hungary autumn weather is usually nice - sunny and warm at daytime -, noisy tourist’s buses are gone, but still, Budapest offers a plenty of amazing programmes for those, who really want to find the treasures of the capital.
|New Wine and Cheese Festival|
Date: Nov 30, 2013 - Dec 1, 2013
Venue: Vajdahunyad Castle
|Christmas Fair by the Basilica|
Date: Nov 30, 2013 - Jan 1, 2014
Venue: Szent István tér
|WAMP Christmas Design and Gastro Fair|
Date: Dec 8, 2013
Venue: Millenáris, Building B
|Budapest Christmas Market|
Date: Nov 15, 2013 - Dec 31, 2013
Venue: Vörösmarty tér