Viaje a través de la fascinante historia comunista de Hungría en este exhaustivo recorrido histórico a pie de Budapest. Durante tres horas, su guía experto le sumergirá en el turbulento pasado de Hungría repleto de victorias, errores y luchas, desde el estado del Gran Hermano a la caída del Telón de Acero y todo lo que hay que entre medias. Visitará la zona que rodea el edificio del Parlamento húngaro y escuchará historias sobre la Primera Guerra Mundial, la Segunda Guerra Mundial, la Revolución Húngara de 1956 y la caída de la Unión Soviética, mientras camina por las calles de Budapest y visita una sala de exposiciones privada para echar un vistazo de la vida cotidiana y ser testigo de la propaganda comunista bajo la que vivieron una vez las personas. Volverá a tiempos antiguos cuando conducíamos Trabants, bebíamos bebidas alcohólicas en el trabajo, vivíamos en bloques de pisos, estábamos en las colas de racionamiento, teníamos dos pasaportes, libros de cupones, sin televisión los lunes y sin la libertad de expresión. ¡Viva la experiencia de los preparativos para el levantamiento de 1956, siga las marchas, vuelva a vivir las batallas, escuche las historias!
This tour was really informative and provided a rich back ground on the rich and interesting history of not just Budapest but Hungry as well. Tour starts with some quick historical background, what life was like under Communism using their extensive library of materials. The walking portion brings to the locations of the momentous events, and has some surprises. Great use of your time - brings relevance to the rest of your stay
We learned a lot on this tour and felt that our tour guide was both extremely knowledgeable and focused on what we wanted to get out of the tour the most. Thank you for offering such an informative tour.
This was great tour. We were the only two on our tour which was great as we could ask questions and really have an informative discussion on the topic. Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone looking to learn a bit about the modern history of Hungary.
Saw Liberty Square, the Parliament Buildings all three competition winners and the underground 1956 memorial museum. Also had a tram ride. Bogada gave a very informative view of Hungarian history from WWI and the implications today . There were just the two of us, and the tour ran 3 hours. I would highly recommend it.
It was Only me. I think he did his best, even spent more time with me. I feel bad I forgot to tip him.We didn't walk outside much, mostly in the tour agent office. I don't really recommend this tour, because you can find a free communism walking tour, and you will learn much more than in this one!
Tomas gave us a fascinating insight both into the dark elements of Hungarian communism and fascism, along with the gems of joy and hope under the regimes, such as board games and childhood scrapbooks. Despite at times freezing weather, Tomas was incredibly enthusiastic. He was superbly knowledgable about his subject. This is an outstanding tour.