If you are looking for an exciting and enjoyable sightseeing tour and you don’t want to walk the whole day, we give you the best and most fun way to discover Budapest!
After receiving a short demonstration on how to operate your electric scooter you are ready to start the tour. We can provide you free helmet for the safety ride. Our local guide will give you a short historical summary about the capital city. Mix the sentimental ride in our history, with the coolest electric scooters in the town! I takes only 2 minutes to book your best ride!
Training session and practice run
English speaking professional guide
Guaranteed fun way of citytour
The meeting point for the tour is 1056 Budapest Irányi utca 7.
Here you’ll get a practice ride before we start the tour to make sure you know how to ride the scooter safely.
You must be at least 140 cm to ride the e-scooter
There is a weight limit 110 kg
Heavy rainy wheathers, tours are moving to another date
House of Parliament
Start - Meetup point
Urbantours office – 1056. Budapest Irányi utca 7
There are two palaces on the Pest side of the Elizabeth Bridge, Klotild and Matild. In connection with the construction of the Elizabeth Bridge, Pest underwent a radical transformation in the late 1800s. First the southern palace was born and then the northern one. An elevator was built in the house among the first buildings in Budapest, which in turn had to be imported from abroad. There are currently hotels in both buildings.
Rudas Bath/Gellert Hill view
Rudas Bath is the oldest traditional thermal bath in the city, which has been operating since 1520. The spa is located a few steps from the rocks of Gellért Hill. The Turkish bath was built during the Turkish occupation of the country, while the spa was built in the 19th century. It was developed at the end of the 19th century. / Gellért Hill, as the jewel of Budapest, stands out from the view of Buda at a height of 235 meters. The Citadel from the top of the mountain offers a wonderful panorama. It has been a World Heritage Site since 1987. Its iconic points include the St. John’s Cave, which hides St. Gellert’s Rock Church. Gellért Hill is one of the most popular tourist destinations.
Built between 1875 and 1883 according to the plans of Miklós Ybl, the Neo-Renaissance Castle Bazaar is a World Heritage Site, but since 1996 it is one of the 100 most endangered monuments in the world. The Buda Youth Park was severely damaged during the Second World War, until its closure in 1984. It stood unused for nearly thirty years. The building complex was renovated in 2014.
The Chain Bridge is one of the world-famous symbols of Budapest and Hungary. The first permanent bridge between Pest and Buda, as well as the first bridge over the Danube. It was built between 1839 and 1849 and got its full name from István Széchenyi, one of the main sponsors. The idea of a tunnel running through the Castle Hill came about at the same time as the construction of the Chain Bridge began. The total length of the tunnel is 340 meters. Until 1918, it had to be paid for its use, like the bridge.
Margaret Island, which is the favorite island of the locals and the green heart of Budapest, is located in the middle of the Danube between the Margaret Bridge and the Árpád Bridge. There is also a sports pool, a beach, a 5.3-kilometer running track, a musical fountain, a light garden, a water tower and an outdoor stage.
House of Parliament/Panorama of Buda
Designed by Imre Steindl in neo-Gothic style. Today, it is the largest building in the country and the second largest parliamentary building in Europe. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Danube Promenade is a beautiful esplanade on the bank of the Danube River in Budapest. The area is full of fascinating historic locations and landmarks, making it the perfect place to visit for those taking Budapest tours.
Made for a great day out would recommend to anyone, staff were very friendly and good quality scooters
jackfairchild21 September 18, 2019
Great way to discover the city.
Very friendly people who take the time for their customers. I reccomend this to everyone! All ages.
GuusFlater August 30, 2019
We spent a day with urbanpandas scooters and that was incredibly good! It takes just a few minutes to reach all the sights! Thanks for it! 😉
jonadani4 September 28, 2019
Took scooters out for a while afternoon. Great fun way to see budapest especially off road and away from cars
harrieth322 September 14, 2019
Staff are really friendly and helpful. Scooters were easy to use and we would definitely use UrbanPandas again!!
Alex R September 18, 2019
So so nice and professional! We rented from them twice while we were there, the scooters are great and they are very helpful courteous and professional. They go out of... read more their way to help and make sure you have a great experience! Highly recommended!
michygu October 15, 2019
We had such a brilliant day and made our trip to the zoo so much easier. Would defo recommend using these guys while in Budapest.
megoliviabrown September 18, 2019
New equipment, friendly staff, highly recommended. Would go there again on a next trip to Budapest. Really enjoyed the sightseeing on the E-scooters.
Ben G September 13, 2019
High quality bikes, really good for sightseeing. We rented for 4 hours, enjoyed it very much. The bikes can even go on the hills to the palace
Waggiehodl September 13, 2019
The scooters were excellent and made our trip around Budapest really easy and also really fun. I would definitely use again and would recommend to anyone.
rebeack September 18, 2019
Had a really great day using the scooters to explore the city. They were easy to use and staff were friendly and gave good ideas of where to go. Thanks!
Shona K September 14, 2019
If you want total freedom to see the city with ease and fun then I couldn’t recommend Urbanpandas more highly. The scooters are in the excellent condition, the batteries last... read more a very long time (we were riding them for pretty much all day. Returned with almost full batteries)
A very well run business.
Extraordinary179198 September 1, 2019
For the booking we ask 30% advance payment. The difference can be paid in person at our shop.
You can cancel up to 48 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund. For a full refund, you must cancel at least 48 hours before the experience’s start time. If you cancel less than 48 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded. Any changes made less than 48 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted. Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
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