Best of the Budapest Hungarian Food Tours
There are many extremely delicious ways to see Budapest because there are so many food tours every day. You not only get to see the sights of the city but will have various spicy, rich, Hungarian dishes that have been the pride of this country for many years. Most of these tours offer a discount for making early reservations.
Here is a list of some of these Budapest food tours:
- Culinary Walking Tour which provides some of the latest food trends in Hungary as well the shops of Budapest and enjoy some traditional drinks and food.
- Basilica Food Tour where you will enjoy a walk through the neighbourhood of the Saint Stephen’s Basilica. You will enjoy the food of the new, and trendy places to eat and enjoy the lovely promenade and spacious, tree-lined parkways with the charming backdrops being the main strip of restaurants and shops surrounding the Basilica.
- Coffee Houses of Budapest will be introduced to you in the old as well as the new time café culture of Budapest.
But of all these tours of the culture of food in Budapest, the one that is the best is the Secret Food Tour.
Those guests on the Food Tour Budapest will get the opportunity to try several various kinds of delicious cuisine of Hungary. To start, you will experience Budapest’s historic coffeehouse culture by visiting a local café for superb coffees and their Secret Dish – you will probably start the day with something sweet.
Next you will visit local market to try various kinds of Hungarian sausages from regions around the country. Savoury smoked meat is the specialities to sample here.
Then you will visit a street-food stand the most typical dishes of Hungary.
You will walk and share the history of the now ruin-bar district on the way to the city’s Jewish Quarter to enjoy some of the food offered here.
The tour includes a meal at one of Budapest’s best Hungarian restaurants, where you will set down and have a perfect lunch with Hungarian hospitality.
The tour concludes, an evening of fine Hungarian wines from the country’s various wine regions.