I always try to take a food tour if I can when I travel, because it's such a great way to learn about the local history and culture, as well as the food. Nora did not disappoint. She took me to a nice variety of...More
Meet your small group and guide at a central location in Budapest, near the Inner City Parish church. Follow your guide to a variety of local cafes, markets, bars, restaurants, and even a cookie manufacturer. Along the way, sample a range of typical Hungarian cuisine, such as pastries, cheeses, soups, sausages, and salamis, all included in the price. Wash this all down with complimentary beverages, with even a wine tasting opportunity on the itinerary.
Learn more about Hungary’s gastronomical history from your guide and immerse yourself the local food culture. Stroll the streets between stops and soak up the friendly atmosphere of Budapest. Your tour concludes near the Budapest-Nyugati Railway Terminal and from there, head off with a satisfied stomach and useful recommendations for the rest of your trip.
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I highly recommend Food Tour Budapest, it was a very enjoyable 5 hours spent with Food Guide Nora. She is a delight to listen to, she is engaging and knowledgeable given her background in the food industry. She took the time to get to know...More
I was looking for an experience to anchor my trip to Budapest, and Nora did just that with her tour! She provides insight into Hungarian cuisine and how it intertwines with the culture and history of the Hungarian people. I can’t recommend her highly enough...you...More
Had a great time with Nora visiting many bars and restaurants across Budapest. Wuite a lot of walking, but worth it. Nora explained a lot, including the history, and took us various significant eating places.
Went on this small group food walking tour with guide Elsa. Best money spent, started of at market were we went upstairs and tried the langos and unisum liqueur plus a bottle of water, then meat tasting and pickled vegetables. Brief history of Hungery and...More