Seeing the World from Horseback provides an informative overview to the interesting yet very little researched field of equestrian tourism, focusing on the situation in Hungary and Finland. This work was commissioned by Kati Mucsi from Akác-tanya agritourism and horse farm in Újlengyel, Hungary. The theoretical part clarifies the term horse tourism and discusses it e.g. from the point of view of history and current state as well as of the whole tourism industry, while the empirical part includes a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Seeing the World from Horseback is a Bachelor's Thesis written as a part of the Degree Programme in Tourism in Centria University of Applied Sciences, Finland.