Budapest audio tour: Budapest's Essential Party Route

Budapest's Essential Party Route

Walking Tour

20 mins

About the Tour

The route begins at Deák Ferenc tér, which is the busiest square of the city. Along the way, you'll explore one of the most happening places in Budapest – Madách Imre tér and Gozsdu Udvar – and admire the breathtaking architecture from XIX century. You'll walk through the heart of VII district, also called the party district of Budapest, and experience the most exciting parties of this city. There are also interesting street art murals and a walk through some hidden gardens to look forward to.

Tour Producer


Wiktoria Skiba

I'm a fashion/lifestyle writer and independent journalist with several years of experience in blogging, online media and TV. I started my blog, "The Spoiled Queen", in 2010, after feeling a strong urge to share stories about my travel experiences and places I happen to live in. At the moment I'm fully devoted to Hungarian fashion and the party scene in Budapest. I also try to help all the lost tourists find the best spots in Budapest and make their trip more enjoyable and unique.

Major Landmarks

  • Gozsdu Udvar

  • Klauzál Market Hall

Directions to Starting Point

You start your route at the oldest and greatest protestant church of Budapest. It's in the busiest spot of the city, Deák Ferenc Square.

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Places to stop along the way

Synagogue, Mazel Tov Restaurant

Best time of day

Just before the sun goes down!


Gozsdu Udvar might be crowded during evening hours; take care of your personal belongings.


I iked the tour as the places were nice and showed me also the diversity of the city, especially the path through the jewish district was exciting and great!

Posted by Aramis , over 5 years ago
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Budapest's Essential Party Route