This was a fascinating tour, which I would recommend to anyone interested in the 20th century history of Budapest. Although we started in a coach, most of it was carried out on foot, so it could perhaps better be described as a walking tour, although not a strenuous one. The friendly and well-informed guide added to the experience.
The guide was extremely knowledgable about the film and its settings, and as a native of Vienna, provided a fascinating insight into the city's 20th century history. It might be worth pointing out that two of the most famous settings in the film, namely the Prater big wheel and the city sewers, are covered by this tour. There is apparently a separate sewer tour for those interested in such a thing!
This was a really fascinating tour - the guide was knowledgeable and interesting, and really brought to life the Munich of the Nazi period. It was fairly strenuous though for an older person, with a brisk pace being kept up for the two and a half hours.