All our private accessible Budapest tours are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, slow walkers, and non-disabled travelers. Discover both Buda and Pest during a walking tour or a tour with adapted transportation. Budapest is the political, cultural, and commercial heart of Hungary. Would you like to visit this beautiful city? Please contact us.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE BUDAPEST
TOURS IN BUDAPEST
This wheelchair accessible walking tour of Budapest takes you to some of the most beautiful spots in the city. The highlight of this tour is the Houses of Parliament. This beautiful building is the jewel of the city. Click on the button for more information.
Enjoy the Buda Castle, Gellert Hill, various popular bridges, and Heroes Square during this wheelchair accessible tour in Budapest. This amazing city has a lot to offer. During this tour, you experience some of the most famous sights. For more information about this accessible tour, click on the button.
Tours in Budapest
Starting from your accommodation in Budapest, we offer wheelchair-accessible transfers and wonderful tours. You can choose between a walking tour or a tour that includes wheelchair accessible transportation. Both tours let you discover the city piece by piece. Click on the different tours for more information and to book.
Budapest is a city with many facets. It distinguishes itself through its youthful atmosphere, a world-class classical music scene, and pulsating nightlife. Budapest is one of Europe’s most enjoyable and appealing cities. The capital of Hungary is located at the Danube in the middle north of the country. Budapest is separated into two parts.
On the one hand, there is Pest, which is located in the eastern bank of the Danube, and on the other hand, you find Buda on the steep west bank. It is often described as “Little Paris of Middle Europe” and stands for culture and power because of its iconic buildings. Budapest was added to the list of world heritage because of its cultural and architectural relevance. It not only represents its 1000-year old history but shows as well the remaining influences of other cultures from Roman times to the present day.