Airspace experiences

Your discovery space

Choose from several “Airspace Experiences” on offer to make your trip to Budapest as memorable as possible. Whether you're on your own and a few hours to kill, or with a group looking for something out of the ordinary, you've come to the right place!

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Experiences at the next level

Walk, Talk & Admire

Discovery is just around the corner when you join one of our thematic walking tours. Choose from any of the following for a unique blend of culture, history and insight: The Jewish Quarter and Holocaust Memorials, Architectural Styles in the Downtown Area, “Walk in History” Tour.

Each tour participant receives free maps and recommendations on the best locales for food and drink.

Hungary in a Wine Glass

Older than Bordeaux in France, older than Porto in Portugal, older even than Chianti in Italy — Hungary's Tokaj region is one of the oldest classified wine-producing regions in all of Europe! This is just one of several fascinating stories you'll hear while taking a tantalizing virtual tour of Hungary's most renowned wine-making regions. And we top off the experience with a stroll to the Great Market Hall to sample some traditional culinary delights and taste some fabulous wines!

Take Your Memories Home

Visit some of Budapest's main attractions and take in some of its most amazing views. And forget the fuss of bringing a selfie stick! You'll be able savor every hands-free moment because we'll be snapping away instead. After you return home, we'll send our carefully produced photos of your experience via email — perfect for sharing with friends and family!

The Riddle of Rubik's Cube

Learn how to crack the code of this amazing “toy” that has been enchanting (and bedeviling) people for over 40 years! Escape the crowded city for a few hours to grasp the mystery behind this six-sided wonder. And after you get the hang of how to approach solving the cube, it's just a short walk to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for an entertaining introduction to a few other notable Hungarian inventions. A great activity — which includes a take-home souvenir — that the whole family will enjoy!