TREASURES OF BUDAPEST BY STEP SCOOTER
A unique and fun sightseeing tour in Budapest by kick scooter!
A retro, old school way to let the scooter move 🙂
Discover the stimulating center of Pest as you see the main sights and hear interesting stories about the city. Plus, get great recommendations from your local guide.
Kick scooters provide you quick and easy access to all the sights with much less effort than walking.
We use high quality adult kick scooters for the tour, comfortable, easy to ride, quick and fun.
Perfect for photo opportunities. Great way to orientate
yourself in the city.
- Car-free routes and safe ride.
- Easy and more comprehensive than a walking tour.
- Discover the interior of interesting buildings.
- English-speaking local expert guide.
- Erzsébet square / Ferris wheel
- St.Stephen’s Basilica
- Szabadság square Soviet army memorial
- House of Parliament
- Hold street market hall
- Panorama to Buda
- Váci street
- Passage building
- Great synagogue
- Wall paintings of the jewish quarter
Fun way of sightseeing with professional guide around the exciting center and old town of Budapest.
Kick scooters enable you to move easily and in a flexible way around, even in little streets, alleys and courtyards of houses.
We will peek into historic buildings without the trouble of parking somewhere.
This tour is suitable for people who want to try a new way of sightseeing, interested in details and want to see sights off the beaten path as well.
Also for people who are not so secure on bicycle but want to explore Budapest on two wheels.
The tour is a good start of your stay in Budapest. After it you will have perfect orientation of the city and will have a list of things to do and see in Budapest.
We use high quality adult size kick scooters made for city riding. Comfortable, easy riding. Fun experience.
- Live guiding
- Use of kick scooters
- Gratuities for guides
Tour’s Meeting Point
Tours meet on Deák Ferenc square, at the stairs of the Lutheran church.
(NOT the basilica with the high domes)
Address: 1052 Budapest, Deák Ferenc tér 4.
Our guide will meet you there, the bikes are 2 minutes walk away.
How to find the meeting point:
- on the corner of Deák Ferenc square and the main road (Károly Krt)
- near to the metro entrances in Deák Ferenc square
- 50 meter from the end of tram lines 47 – 49
- 50 meter from the parking tour buses
- 50 meter from Ritz Carlton Hotel and McDonalds in Sütő street.
We always stop at each site, so there’s plenty of time to take great pictures!
The tour starts in all weather conditions. In case of rain we provide rain ponchos free of charge. In case of very severe rain/thunderstorm we might wait until it stops in a dry place. Please dress according to the daily weather forecast and bring warm clothes, jacket if necessary.
Our kick scooters are high quality scooters in two sizes. Adult size and children, junior size, helmets are available.
The tour concludes few minutes walk away from the meeting spot, at our bike store.
Each bike has an easy-to-use luggage rack, perfect for small bags or extra layers. Larger bags can be locked up in our shop during the tour.
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Had a great tour with Lori who gave detailed history of Budapest in English along with stories and information about the many attractive buildings. Tasty lunch too with goulash and bread. Would recommend this company.
This a a fabulous way to see this beautiful city. Our guide John was informative and very helpful. Very suitable for novice riders. It is easy, slow, flat riding so if you’re looking for a solid workout, this is probably not for you. However for a city highlights package, it’s perfect.
I went on the Wheels & Meals bike tour. It was nothing short of incredible. The guide was knowledgeable and efficient. We were able to see so much of the city and gain a basic understanding of a culturally rich history. We stopped for goulash soup near one of the thermal baths, which provided a great way to interact with other travelers. I especially enjoyed the trip to Margaret Island. I'm an experienced cyclist, but it seems like the other members of the bike tour who didn't ride regularly were able to keep up. Other than the wonderful views, my favorite part of the tour was the guide. He provided extra details for me knowing I was American, like pointing out the American Embassy and a statue of George Washington in one of the parks. He was also very attractive, which didn't hurt! Thank you for showing our group this fantastic city.