All day sightseeing tour in Budapest along the communism and the politics:
We are going to visit the Jewish district and the Heroe's Square with statues of Hungarian kings, generals and princes who played an important in Hungarian history.
It is worth walking to the Vajdahunyad Castle and the Széchenyi Bath in the City Park.
The Museum of Terror House is not the most cheerful place in Budapest, but this is one of the most exceiting museums in Hungary! You have to see it if you are really interested in history of our country between 1944, from the Naci-period through the strictest communist era to the revolution in 1956. You can see pictures, films, the former jails and you can feel the everyday-life in the 1950-s
On the same tour we are going to pass the State Opera House, the Saint Stephen's Cathedral and the magnificent Parliament building from inside with the Hungarian Holy Crown in the Dome Hall.
We can look around in the Castle District, we will see the Matthias Church and have a great view from the Fishermen's Bastion.
It's interesting to see the Memento Park with communist monuments which were standing at different squares and streets in Budapest in the earlier times.
|1,2,3 or 4 persons:||200 EUR altogether|
|5-10 persons:||50 EUR/person.|
|From 11 persons:||40 EUR/person.|
|From 20 persons:||30 EUR/person.|
The prices include
- private guide,
- private transportation for 8 hours.
- Entrance fee is not included.