1. Rumbach Sebestyén Street
START: RUMBACH SEBESTYÉN STREET
END: ERZSEBETH BRIDGE
Our tour starts from Rumbach Sebestyén Street No. 8, where after a short acquaintance we introduce the mini hotrods, we give information about their operation to everybody, with the help of the tour guide we discuss the route lying ahead of us, the information about the traffic, and the basic rules. Here you can freely test the operation of the mini cars, you can put your questions without hesitation, and if everybody is prepared, the tour can start!
2. Elisabeth Bridge
The first more significant station of our sightseeing will be the Elisabeth Bridge. Although we do not stop here, however enjoying the incomparable experience of traversing the Danube we can admire the grandiosity of the old river. During this special tour in the distance we can adore the neighbouring Chain Bridge, the monumental Buda Castle near to it, the St Gellért Statue, as well as the next station of our tour, the Citadella rising above the capital.
The path to the Citadella situated on the top of Gellért Hill is a fascinating experience with the mini hotrods in itself, but arriving to the top we would like to emphasize all these with a 15- minute stop. The tour-participants can admire here the fort, which is part of the World Heritage, the Liberty Statue of Budapest, furthermore the unique panorama to the Hungarian capital, meant without exaggeration.
4. Chain Bridge
START: CHAIN BRIDGE
After the short stop the sightseeing continues with visiting the most famous bridge of Budapest, the Chain Bridge constructed on the assignment of István Széchenyi, traversing it we can admire the old Danube again, the astonishing Széchenyi Square, and the building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. If you wish, you can have the closest view to the magnificent building of the Parliament again and for the last time traversing the Chain Bridge, symbol of the capital.
5. Andrássy Street
END: HEROES’ SQUARE
Our sightseeing tour continues on the Andrássy Street, which is one of the longest and largest streets of Budapest offering insight into the past, presence of future of the capital. So the participants pass the peculiar building of the Hungarian State Opera, they can see the Radnóti Miklós Theatre from near, but in the route you pass the House of Terror, the Memorial Museum of Ferenc Liszt and Zoltán Kodály, to arrive finally to the Heroes’ Square.
6. Heroes’ Square
The endless Andrássy Street leads directly to the Heroes’ Square, where we arrive to the end and to the last station of the tour and can commemorate with a 15-minute stop the Hungarian heroes with the help of an unbelievable monument group. Here we can have a look at the Vajdahunyad Castle, the paddling lake of the city as well as at the Museum of Fine Arts situated beside the square, finally the group returns to the Rumbach Sebestyén Street.