My friend has had a slight accident and we are spending several days is Budapest. We are looking for a guide or way to see Budapest with a minimum of walking.
The metro is pretty good for getting you around. Between the underground and the trams you can limit the walking pretty well. Get a multi day pass to make it easier. Or hire a private guide with a car. There is a gentleman named Andrew ILLES who is an excellent guide and he has his own car (pretty rare). His website is:
Here's another quide who Rick recommends, Peter Polczman and friends, 90 euros for 4 hours or 150 for 8 hours, see www.budapestyourself.com.
I am sure there are a lot of good guides. Just be sure to ask them if they are registered and it wouldn't hurt to ask them to send you a jpeg of their license.