Free Walking Tour: Faith-Terror-Communism
Explore spectacular Pest, on the east of Hungary's capital, on a free walking tour departing from the center. Learn about Communist dictatorship, the 1956 revolution, and artistic life. See the Basilica, the last Soviet monument, the Parliament, and more.
Hear personal stories about life under Hungary’s Communist dictatorship
Discover the city on a walking tour through the Basilica to the Parliament
Learn about the magnificient arts and architecture of Budapest, "Paris of the East"
Starting at 14:30 at the Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus stop, the tour provides an overview of Budapest’s fractured history - from the rapid urban growth of the 19th century to the country’s Communist dictatorship, the resistance during the 1956 revolution, and the recent democratic change.
Visitors will also see sights of religious faith, as the tour moves from Elisabeth Square to St. Stephen’s Basilica, Freedom Square, the Parliament building.
Walking at a comfortable pace (around 1.5 kilometers / 0.9 miles). The tour is ideal for families with small children and wheelchair users, as there are no level differences.
• Knowledgeable tour guide
Good to Know:
The tour operates on a tips-only basis -please leave a donation if you like the tour.
This is a free tour. To book, simply use the “ask a question about this tour” on the top right hand corner of the page. Please leave your contact information and the date you would like to book the tour.
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