Enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Budapest!
Sziget Eye is located at Erzsébet Square. This giant is 65 meters high, has 41 cabins and can take 332 people at once. It provides an incredible view of Deák Square, Andrássy Avenue, Anker Palace, Király Street, Basilica, Buda Hills and the River Danube. The Ferris wheel moves to Sziget Festival during 10-17 August where it gives a spectacular view of the concerts and people having crazy fun there.
More information: http://szigetfestival.com/info/sziget_eye_belvaros
The Chairlift, Libegő in Hungarian, functions as an exciting mode of public transport to the Buda Hills. The nearly 1-km-long, cable-suspended conveyance takes riders up the side of János Hill in about 15 minutes. Near the upper station stands the Erzsébet Lookout Tower which provides a breathtaking view of Budapest.
More information: http://www.bkv.hu/en/en/zugliget_chairlift_
Experience the city while looking cool!
The Segway is a two-wheeled, self-balancing electric vehicle. Segways run on a battery that has enough juice for about 40 kilometers. Segway Tours take about two hours; the routes are flexible and personalized. In one round trip, you can discover the downtown, Buda, the Castle, and the Citadel. You can also go on a night ride.
More information: http://segnroll.hu/
Beer Bike tour
This is a special way to sight-see and have fun at the same time. It is also a brilliant way to get some easy physical activity in during your vacation. Beer Bike’s vehicles can carry up to 14 or 16 people (with 8 active pedalers and 6 idler seats). They are all operated by trained drivers, so there is no need to worry about having a traffic accident. This tour provides unlimited alcohol but you can try its alcohol free version as well. You can either blast your own playlist or you can choose different kinds of music to listen to with your friends.
Let the waves show you Budapest!
RiverRide is the first sightseeing amphibious coach in Hungary, often called a water bus. RiverRide is a great way to discover the city by traveling on four wheels and from the deck of a pleasure boat on the same trip. After visiting the most important sights of Budapest from the streets, you splash into River Danube and continue admiring the panorama from a different perspective.
More information: http://riverride.com/
One way you can discover Budapest is by sitting on a ship and enjoying the sunshine and warm wind on your skin. Silver Line organizes circular tours in Budapest but also provides tours between Budapest and Szentendre for tourists who are also curious about a small city famous for folk art, historical buildings and Hungarian food specialties.
More information: http://www.silver-line.hu/?lang=en