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Budapest walking tour

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We are interested in talking a walking tour of Budapest but are confused by the prices quoted in Rick Steves Eastern Europe and what we've found online. For example, Steves says the 3.5-hour Absolute Walking Tour will cost 4500 Ft (which I calculate to be about 14.50 euros or $21 Canadian). However, on the Walking Tour site, the price after the 25% online discount (and the RICK coupon) is quoted as 34 euros or $49.50 Canadian. Does anyone know what the tour would cost if I just pay on the spot?

Also, I may do the Free Walking Tour instead, as many here have recommended it.

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