Castle District Segway Tour
This special Buda Castle Segway Tour gives you the perfect Castle District experience, guiding you through all the historical buildings, incredible monuments and beautiful views the castle area in Buda can provide. This tour is guided and is typically organised for small groups, so you will have a personal experience and you will also be able to ask questions. Never tried a Segway before? No problem! The professional Segway guides will teach you the basics of using a Segway in the first few minutes, but you can take as much time as you need to feel safe. The tour is 1 hour long, the training time is extra.
The main stops include:
- Hungarian History and Culture
- Matthias Chruch - Trinity Statue - Fisherman's Bastion
- Jewish Prayer House - Vienna Gate - Military Museum - Mary Magdalene Tower
- Tóth Árpád lane - Görgey Artúr Statue
- Palace of Buda: National Gallery - National Library - Historical Museum - Matthias Fountain
- Royal Palace - Sculpture of Turul bird - Funicular
Know Before You Go
The segway tour takes place everyday, please choose the time while booking. The duration of the tour is 1 hour, excluding the training time.
Budapest Tourist information office at Trinity Statue at Tárnok street 15 in the 1st District (directly next the Matthias Church, 10 minutes from Deák square by the bus number 16).
No children under the age of 10 or 40 Kgs are allowed. For participants under the age of 18, parents need to sign a liability and waiver form.
The Segway tour is not appropriate for those weighing over 280 pounds (130 Kgs).
Pregnant women are not allowed to participate.
We reserve the right to modify or change the tour program without prior notice throughout the year. This can be due to construction, street closures, festivals or any events beyond our control. Please note that the city prohibits the use of Segways in certain pedestrian zones which may force the tour to use alternative routes.
You will receive your mobile voucher via email instantly. No need to print!
Budapest Tourist Information Office, next to Matthias Church, Trinity Statue at Tárnok street 15 in the 1st District, Budapest