Budapest, Hungary (PRWEB) July 02, 2014
ImagineBudapest, a company that offers visitors and residents historical sightseeing in Budapest, has just revealed their brand new sightseeing tours. From pointing out the narrowest house and the oldest tree in Budapest to showing tourists the shortest bridge, the building that has been photographed the most frequently, or even where convicts were once beheaded, ImagineBudapest’s new summer tours offer something for everyone.
After themed sightseeing tours became increasingly popular in Budapest over the past several years, ImagineBudapest, a successful small enterprise that opened for business in 2008, decided to show the hidden face of Budapest to tourists and residents. Thanks to the new tours, the city’s unknown secrets and forgotten stories, which sometimes only the locals have known, are now becoming available for foreign guests visiting Budapest.
Participants who take a tour through ImagineBudapest can take their choice of four walking tours to help them discover familiar and unfamiliar parts of Budapest and the lives of the locals.
“From secret gardens in the city and the waters and records of Budapest, to famous crimes committed in the Buda Castle, our well-prepared tourist guides help to make the walking tours extremely interesting,” said a spokesperson for ImagineBudapest, adding that it’s definitely worth going on any of the 2 to 2.5 hour sightseeing tours, since they help little-known bits of the Hungarian capital become visible to the naked eye.
“We hope that foreign visitors that take part in the tours will be enriched with a lot of experience and information, and will proudly tell about the best spas or the narrowest house when they finally arrive home.”
Anybody who would like to learn more about ImagineBudapest is welcome to visit the company’s website; there, they can read about the variety of exciting and fascinating tours that they offer.
ImagineBudapest has been established to offer locals and visitors alike exciting, one-of-a-kind historical tours through Budapest’s less well-known parts and hidden treasures that they will not find in any guidebook. The company’s aim is to show people the city in its rich and colorful complexity by evoking the spirit of its past – within a contemporary scenery. Organized around special themes, the walks lead visitors beyond the facades and make them see what the battered walls and the fine ornaments, the holy places, or the secret gardens hiding within the concrete jungle can tell them about the life of a legendary city and its inhabitants. The company’s philosophy is that people can only understand a place if they become part of it – if only for a few hours. For more information, please visit http://imaginebudapest.hu/.
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