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Budapest Segway Sightseeing Tour

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  • View Budapest’s highlights with ease on a Segway tour
  • Cover more sights more quickly than on foot by riding a Segway
  • See Matthias Church, Parliament, and more and learn about them from a guide
Budapest Segway Sightseeing Tour
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US$47.10 Save US$4.70
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2-Hour Grand Tour - 15:00Most Popular
2-hour afternoon tour departs at 3pm
2-Hour Evening 18:00
2-hour evening tour with Margaret Island departs at 6pm
1-Hour Short Segway 14:00
1-hour early afternoon tour departs at 2pm
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Checking off Budapest’s sights on foot can be tiring, especially if high temperatures are involved. Get to ride a Segway and see the landmarks in less time without rushing on this guided tour. Coast by the Parliament, Matthias Church, and more. Learn about the sights from a guide and absorb Budapest’s atmosphere from your easy-to-ride transporter. A choice of tour durations lets you match timings to your vacation schedule.
What to Expect
Book your preferred option, meet your guide in central Budapest, and set off to explore on your personal transporter after a Segway training session. En route, stop for photos and to hear about Budapest’s history and culture from your guide. 

Routes differ according to your selected option but expect to check out Szechenyi Istvan Square. Delve into Pest to admire sights such as St. Stephen’s Basilica, the Hungarian State Opera House on Andrassy Avenue, and the monuments of Liberty Square.

If you’ve chosen the longest tour, cross the Danube to spend time exploring the history-steeped Buda Castle district. If you selected the evening tour, enjoy special stops by the Parliament and on beautiful Margaret Island.

All tours finish at the original starting point.
Reviews (151)
1 - 5 of 17 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great Experience, Informative Tour!

Memorable tour, thanks to our guide Hunor. He taught us how the basics of riding a Segway in just a short time. He took care of us and made sure we are safe. My 10 year old son enjoyed the tour and was very focused...More

Thank Velber V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great Fun

I booked this tour through Absolute Tours for myself and three friends. Our guide was Kata and she was brilliant. She started with a brief demonstration and then gave us a brief individual lesson. After she was satisfied that we were all in control of...More

2  Thank th0m01
Reviewed 6 September 2018
Evening tour is the best

Awesome way to explore the city! Covering a lot of city landmarks without getting tired of walking. Also riding Segway is just fun ;) Great thanks to George - our very friendly, caring and at the same time very informative tour guide! Good job and...More

1  Thank Oleksandr L
ManagerBP, Manager at Absolute Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you very much for your feedback Oleksandr. We are pleased to hear that you enjoyed your Evening Segway tour in Budapest with .George Hope to welcome you on a next tour again soon.

Reviewed 1 September 2018
Brilliant Tour- best way to get around!

I'd only tried Segways once before but I couldn't wait to give them another go, so I had to book this tour. My partner and I were the only ones on our tour so we were quick to complete the training session and get on...More

Thank Jaydene M
ManagerBP, Manager at Absolute Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for your kind review Jaydene. It’s a pleasure to see that you had such a nice time on your Budapest Segway tour with Bella. Look forward to seeing you again soon.

Reviewed 28 August 2018
Not as much fun as it looks!

It takes a little time to get the hang of riding a segway but persevere and you should be fine. The flat areas beside the Danube are easy but both climbing and descending the cobbles to and from the citadel are a nightmare. Crossing any...More

Thank norrielocke
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7 August 2018|
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Response from Oliver w | Reviewed this property |
People around us did just turn up and were able to go out but I imagine it depends on how busy it is. They were great. Check in very easy.
Nirav S
2 June 2018|
Response from n6ck | Reviewed this property |
I think having a 15 month old child in a carrier would present a challenge when riding a Segway, especially if this is your first Segway experience.