26 reviews of Historical Revolution Walking Tour
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Reviewed by Deborah E K, September 2012
Coming from the West and having little experience with communism, we appreciated the wealth of info provided in this tour. I especially appreciated the first hand knowledge of our tour guide who grew up under the communist regime.
Reviewed by Bastiaan v, May 2012
Nice personal tour, with clear explanations. Tour has changed though. First the guide takes you to the basement to show some of the artefacts and ways of communism, which were very interesting. After this you take a stroll through the Jewish quarters with extensive elaborations about the history and the buildings. Nice and personal tour (4 people attended in total).
Reviewed by franz k, September 2011
As I was the only participant of that tour, I really enjoyed it, especially as your guide explained it in German, English and nevertheless gave me the opportunity to practise my hungarian,too. I learnt a lot of the history of your country and I followed the tour crack one day later for photos.
Reviewed by David C, July 2011
Absolutely fantastic. Jophie, the guide, was suberb. It was excellent value. Recommend this tour to everyone going to Budapest.
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Reviewed by Gordon L, September 2011
Great to get the histoury of the various status in the park
Reviewed by William B, Ireland, August 2011
The guide was fabulous. The tour was excellent. However it should have been an hour longer as we did not get to see everything. There was a film show which we only saw five minutes of! But I would recommend it highly.
Reviewed by John W, June 2011
This is relatively new and being developed. The tour guide was excellent and the consolidation of the statues was nice. A map of where they were in the city would have been a nice touch. The museum is still in development, there was a nice movie taken from the cold war archives on how spies were trained. the gift shop was just items available at the ticket booth, a little disappointing. It was worth the trip think it will be a much better experience in a couple of years if they continue on there current pace.
Reviewed by Denise C, May 2011
The guide was fantastic. The tour was very interesting and most enlightening.
Reviewed by Angela A, May 2011
Our guide was very accommodating and informative. This was a relaxing and interesting tour.