Traveling Europe is guaranteed to be an extraordinary experience. The architecture is exquisite, the culture is riveting, and the landscape is nature’s gift – everything about the continent will just take your breath away.
Two of the best cities to tour in Europe are Budapest and Barcelona. Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, was home to many historical events from the medieval era all through the Mongol and Ottoman invasions. Barcelona, on the other hand, is the capital of Catalonia, an autonomous region in Spain. It is home to many renowned artists and the famous landmark Sagrada Familia.
Both being popular and historically significant cities, there will be much to see in Budapest and Barcelona. What could be better than touring these cities? Doing it for free!
Free tours in Budapest
Learn about the extensive history of Budapest by joining the Original Free Budapest Tour. It is a great way to learn how to get around the different areas in the city. Enjoy a fun-filled informative tour while socialising with other travellers and the locals.
This free Budapest tour is a 3-hour tour on foot and features landmarks including The Parliament, Buda Castle, The Fishermen’s Bastion and much more. The guides will also provide great insider knowledge on where to find good restaurants, adventure spots, and live music. No tour is exactly the same, so each experience is guaranteed to be unique.
Free tours in Barcelona
Discover the rich history of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter on this free Barcelona tour. The Free Original Gothic Quarter Tour is a 2-hour tour on foot and features many famous landmarks including The Cathedral of Barcelona, George Orwell Square, and Ponte Del Bisbe. The tour guides are local experts of Barcelona’s history and culture and are always ready to give recommendations for the best food, tapas, fun, and culture.
The Original Budapest Tours’ management is always excited to take the guests to numerous adventurous spots in the Hungarian Capital. The sites range from caving to mountain segways, underground mazes to houses of terror, this city has plenty to offer in the excitement department. If you are not claustrophobic, you would love the two of the most renowned underground caves in Budapest. The cave tour lasts for approximately 40 minutes and does not require any special equipment. However, it can surely arm you with loads of memories and chills.
The company also offers the guests to enjoy the sightseeing at its fullest via segways, bikes or even cruises. Tourists can enjoy viewing Budapest Castle, the Great Synagogue, St. Stephen’s Basilica, and the Parliament buildings of Hungary. Moreover, a visit to House of Terror reminds the tourists of the great tortures people had suffered from under the rule of Fascism. The building is still open to commemorate and honour the souls who suffered and enlighten the tourists about the past of the region.
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