Sweet Side of Budapest
Walking Tour with Tastings
(from 1st April 2020)
Make your day sweeter!
Meet us at Ferenciek Square in front of the mesmerizing Parisienne Court and have your first piece of cake in Kossuth Street, at August’s. Taste August Elemér’s 80th birthday cake there which is made with a hint of marzipan and coffee.
Take a short walk through Váci Street and eat a piece of „Zserbó” at the world-famous Gerbeaud Confectionery. This piece of cake is made from walnut and chocolate with a little apricot jam. There is no way missing this traditional Hungarian sweet. The recipe is more than 200 years old, you can taste history in it.
Wonder around Vörösmarty Square’s romantic architecture after tasting Hungary’s traditional cakes. The tour ends at Szamos Confectionery at Vörösmarty tér where you can buy some more traditional Hungarian sweets, or just have a refreshing coffee after visiting the sweet side of Budapest.