Budapest GPS Tours with Naviguide®
Discover Budapest in absolute freedom,at your own pace with NAVIGUIDE® our latest tech innovation.
What is NAVIGUIDE®?
NAVIGUIDE® is a GPS navigation with preploaded tour routes of the most beautiful tourist itineraries of Budapest specially designed for scootering.You just select the desired tour and a 3D navigation with turn by turn voice guidence will guide you around, assuring a hassle free and easy orintation. BUDAPEST POINTS our own 200+ English language POI collection of the most popular city attractions gives you further ideas to enhance your visit.
Discover the city at your own pace without getting lost
3D navigation with turn by turn voice guidance
Preloaded tour routes with the most beautiful itineraries
Personal Travel Assistant
See more for less time
What is included
GPS-NAVIGUIDE® with preloaded tour routes
BUDAPEST POINTS English language POI-s
12V power supply, charger, gps mount
Personal travel assistance
How much does it cost?
The whole package cost you just 5 EUR per day
Click "make a reservation" button and you will be directed to our online reservation page. Choose 50 or 125 daily our hourly rental, and you can add gps-naviguide to your rental as a supplement.
3 day itinerary in Budapest on scooter
In the below sample itinerary we give you an idea what can you do and see in Budapest in 3 days. All the tour routes and attractions in the itinerary are progammed in our GPS Naviguide a smart GPS navigator that can provide you an easy and hassle free orientation to discover Budapest.
Day 1 Budapest an unforgottable experience on land and water
Budapest Grand Tour
Discover the most beautiful sights of both Buda and Pest located on the two banks of the river Danube. View the most famous landmarks in Pest such as the St. Stephen's Cathedral the Parliament, the world heritage Andrassy Avenue with the Opera House, visit Heroes Square with the Millennium Monument and discover the neigbouring City Park with the Szechenyi spa, Vajdahunyad Castle. Enjoy the ride on the winding roads of Buda Castle the oldest neigbourhood of the city dominated by the Matthias Church and the Royal Palace and admire the stunning views from the Fishermen's Bastion and the Citadel on the top of Gellert Hill.
Budapest Thermal Spas
Let yourself pampered in one of beautiful Budapest Thermal Spas. The most popular ones are the Szechenyi Bath in the city park in Pest and the Gellert Bath at the foot of Gellert hill in Buda. Both feature indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, and various types of massages are also available.
Take a relaxing cruise on the river Danube. There is a great choice of day and evening cruises available fitting to all tastes eg. classic sightseeing cruise, coffe- wine- coctail and beer cruise, lunch or dinner cruise.
Day 2 Margaret Island and the Great Market Hall
Take a scenic drive along the river Danube and admire the breathtaking views of Budapest. Visit Margaret Island a green oasis of the city with flower gardens, historical ruins, ponds, mini-zoo and don't miss the spectacular musical fountain show located close to the entrance from Margaret Bridge. ( The show is available from april to otctober on every hour) NB: The use of motor vechicles is prohibited on the island. You are only allowed to enter Margaret Island from Arpad bridge,than you must park your scooter in the public parking near the bridge entrance and explore the island on foot or you can rent a bicycle or electric car close the public parking. Great Market Hall
Visit the the iconic Great Market Hall the largest indoor market of the city. Take a stroll around the colourful small shops selling all kinds of food including the famous Hungarian delights such as hot chili paprika powder, sausage, salami, goose liver pate, crispy goose or pork bacon etc. If you get hungry – I am afraid you will - just buy a portion of freshly baked cheese scone (sajtos pogácsa) or a sturdel(rétes) with all kinds of filling or you may try the traditional Hungarian Goulash in the restaurant located on the upper floor.
Romai part and Kopaszi gat the two most popular outdoor spots of the locals
If you would like to mix with the locals in the evening visit Római part (Romai beach) the ever summer favourite of the locals located by the river Danube in Obuda (Old Buda) with dozens of cheap restaurans providing fried fish (hake), fried sausage (sült kolbász) lángos (scone) or pankake (palacsinta) or visit Kopaszi Gát (Kopaszi dike) at Lagymanyosi bay with dozens of nice restaurants and cafes with at the bayside overlooking the National Theather and the Palace of Arts . This area is also a popular night life spot thanks to the popular music clubs such as A38 boat, Rio and Zold Pardon.
Day 3 The Jewish Quarter with the Ruin bars and Budapest City Lights
The Jewish Quarter and the Ruin bars
Explore the Jewish quarter highlighted with the Dohany street Synagogue, the New York Café , the St. Elisabeth church and discover it's narrow alleys flanked by Budapest famous ruin bars. After dark the Jewish Quarter transforms into the most popular night life spot of the city. Don't miss a visit to Gozsdu Udvar ( Gozsdu courtyard) full of bars and restaurants and and Szimpla Kert (Simple Garden) an iconic ruin bar with extravagant decor. The unique concept of transforming devastated buildings into so called "ruin bars" started here.
Budapest City Lights tour
Take a scenic drive along the river Danube and admire the breathtaking panoramic views of the lit up Budapest from the most famous hilltop lookout points the Fishermen's Bastion in the Buda Castle and the Citadel on the top of Gellért Hill. Enjoy the spectacular 55 min free musical fountain show on the Margaret Island (available from APR to OCT at 9 pm.) located close to Margaret Bridge entrance of the island. NB: It is prohibited to enter Margaret Island from Margaret bridge with motor vechicles. You can park your scooter near the bridge on the Pest side and walk about 10 minutes to the fountain.