Budapest Architecture Tours: Walking Guide

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Budapest Architecture Tours

Hungarian Architecture Guides – Exclusive City Walks tailor made for groups visiting Eastern Europe

Budapest Architectural Tours

Book your tailored city guide on isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk

Budapest Architecture Tour: Exclusive Guided Walks

e-architect have architectural tour guides in most of the key cities across the continent.

Our Budapest guided tours are all tailored to suit each booking we do not allow for bookings to be joined. Our guided tours in Budapest are all exclusive to each client.

Paris Court Budapest – building renovation by KROKI and architecture studio ARCHIKON
Paris Court Budapest building
photo : Tamás Bujnovszky

Budapest Architecture – Introduction

Budapest is the capital of Hungary and with about 1.7 million inhabitants. The city straddles the river Danube and is the largest in East-Central Europe and the seventh largest in the European Union. It is the biggest city in Hungary. Budapest became a single city in 1873 when west-bank Buda and Óbuda unified with east-bank Pest.

Magyar Autóklub – Hungarian Autoklub Headquarters:
hungarian-autoklub-hq-building-budapest
photograph © Tamás Bujnovszky

Key historical buildings include the Aquincum museum and ruin garden, Buda Castle, Castle Vajdahunyad, Fishermen’s bastion, Former Institute of Ballett (Dreschler Palace). Also the Citadel on the Gellért Hill.

The Duna Arena in Budapest
Duna Arena Budapest Architecture Tours
photo © Tamás Bujnovszky

Other interesting architecture to see includes the Gresham Palace, House of Terror Museum, Hungarian National Museum, Keleti Railway Station, Museum of Ethnography, Museum of Fine Arts and Hungarian National Gallery. There is also some interesting architecture in Városliget, Budapest’s oldest public park.

Budapest M4 Metro Station Buildings designed by Palatium Studio, architects:
Budapest M4 Metro Stations
photo © Tamás Bujnovszky

Important contemporary Budapest buildings include ING Headquarters Budapest by Erick van Egeraat (based in The Netherlands), UNIQA Budapest designed by Ferdinand and Ferdinand Architects and the Deák Palota building refurbished by architect Erick van Egeraat.

Budapest Walking Tours

Budapest Architectural Tours can be based around your group’s preference, The guide can give an overview of the most interesting buildings, or just the key contemporary architecture in the Hungarian capital. Our architecture tour guides can focus on specific building types such as office designs or retail interiors.

New Budapest Architecture : key contemporary buildings in this Hungarian city

Budapest Walking Tours

Contact e-architect for your Hungarian architectural tour: isabelle(at)e-architect.co.uk / mob. +44 (0)7952 149814

Payments must be made in full prior to the architectural tour.

Market Headquarters in Budapest by Schön Architects, Lead architect: Sandor Duzs/ArkTOON:
market-hq-budapest

Architecture Walking Tour References – see 11 Jul 2013 for Budapest visit

Architecture Tours

e-architect also organise architecture walking tours in other Eastern European cities close by such as Prague, Belgrade: Architecture Tours




Central European Building Tours

Selection of Central European Architectural Tours:

Prague Architectural Walking Tours, Czech Republic

Vienna Architecture Walking Tours, Austria

Bratislava Architecture Tours, Slovakia

Hungarian Autoklub Headquarters Budapest Building:
Hungarian Autoklub Headquarters Budapest Building
photo © Tamás Bujnovszky




Hungarian Buildings

Hungarian Architecture

Hungarian Architects

Some further tips for structures to see in this city: Budapest City Hall Building design by the celebrated Dutch architects practice, winners of an international architecture competition ; Hungarian Autoklub Headquarter from 2011, an unusual a-shaped building on a site near the Danube bridge ; finally the UNIQA Budapest, a nine-storey Budapest building, the head office for UNIQA, with 40% of usable floor space let out, in District XIII and named the Vital Business Centre.

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