Street Food Heaven Budapest

Duration: 3 hours
Provided by Brigitta Malik
English  |  10:00 AM
Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun
from €47

Overview of the tour in Budapest

We'll meet you at a central meeting point and go to a local farmers market on Pest's side, which is renowned for its organic and homemade delicacies. There, you can experience how we do our daily shopping. You can get the best Paprika from the local farmers, meet the locals, and gain an insight into daily life.

Walking into a local neighborhood for a bite at the butcher's for a sausage and salami or a cheese selection.
For an authentic experience, taste popular street food like 'lángosh,' 'rétes,' and 'chocolate snail' :-).

We'll end up in a local tavern for a bowl of Hungarian Goulash. You can't miss the local drinks: winemakers' choice and Pálinka will also be offered to you. Your guide will show you what is typical to eat and drink here in Budapest and Hungary.

This activity includes:

  • Francis Deák Square Metro Station
  • Coffee/tea
  • Breakfast from local bakery
  • Selection of cheeses
  • Local sausages to taste
  • Fresh veggies
  • Local wine: red of white
  • Lángos (fried Hungarian dough)
  • Goulash soup
  • Selection of strudels
  • Chimney Cake

Our Guides

Brigit — Guide of Street Food Heaven Budapest, Hungary

Meeting point

Budapest Deak Ferenc tér

On arrival

Your guide will be waiting for you in front of Starbucks Fashion Street with the sign 'Street-Food'
It is the central Square- Deak Square - walking distance from most hotels/neighborhoods.

Things to note

Come with an empty stomach
Options for allergies are possible.
Dress as weather suits and as you will feel comfortable for 2,5-3 hours.
We will optionally use public transportation. ( a ticket will be used)
The tour ends at a different destination near the Parliament, near the center.

Free Cancellation

Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.

English  |  10:00 AM
Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun
from €47
Tours Organized by Brigitta Malik