Your tour starts in Erzsébetváros (District VII) of Budapest, where you'll meet your private guide for your journey into the city's 20th-century history, mainly the Jewish history and Budapest's time under Communism in the second half of the 1900s.
As you follow your guide past historical attractions, listen to his commentary about Budapest, both past and present, gaining an understanding of Hungary's recent evolution and the city's development. You'll learn about how people lived under Communism and how Hungary dealt with the situation after the regime fell.
Your first stop is the Great Synagogue, followed by the Jewish Triangle. Then make your way into neighboring District VIII, and visit a market for a look at local life in the city. Your last stop is the Kerepesi Cemetery.
If you have interest in another aspect of 20th-century history, let your guide know, and he can personalize the tour to suit your preferences.