Culinary Walking Tour
- English-speaking guide
- Taste traditional Hungarian dishes
- Includes 1 froccs (wine spritzer) and bottle of water each
- Maximum 20 people
- Duration: 3 hours
This one is for the foodies. This culinary adventure begins in the Central Market Hall, the mecca of all things food and Budapest's largest, and oldest, indoor market. Serving everything; from chicken feet and gizzards, to livers and mangalica steak – there's no better place to sample Hungarian cuisine. You'll even touch on the history of the gorgeous building, as well as sample a cold cut platter (this is what we are really here for) at one of the butchers.
You'll also explore the neighbourhoods surrounding the Market Hall, getting a taste of local fish at a seafood restaurant, before getting to grips with handmade chocolate bon-bons at a local chocolatiers. We'll even include a complimentary 'froccs' (wine spritzers) for that authentic experience.
The tour will take you and your group to the Jewish district to get a taste of the famous Hungarian-Jewish cuisine, finishing in a restaurant with traditional 'gulyas' soup and strudel near the iconic St. Stephen's Basilica.