Budapest
Communist History

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4.4 / 5

based on 15 reviews

The place is quite far away from Budapest, in the middle of nowhere, and if public transport is used, it can become quite tiresome. I recommend a guide to explain the history of these statues and decent weather, summer with super hot temperatures is not the best time, as the place is out in the open. Otherwise the statues are impressive.

Whereas the Terror Museum covers post WWII through 1956 well, Gabor paints a fuller picture of the events that led up to WWI and through to 2002. While other tourists snap selfies in front of an old Soviet monument (not knowing how Hungarians feel about it), you learn about why it -- and Ronald Reagan -- is still there.

Driver and Car made it a fun experience.

Our driver and guide Miki Budai did an excellent job of showing us the many attractions of Budapest. He was a safe courteous driver and had a great deal of knowledge of the sights and history of Budapest. He also gave us lots of helpful tips which enabled us to enjoy the rest of our stay in Budapest. Highly recommended.

Daniel is an excellent tour guide! There was a lot of thought put into the tour. Daniel was really good at explaining the theory of communism and the different extremities of communism in Hungary. His personal stories really helped me to understand what it must have been like living in a communist country.

Excellent experience, polite and qualified guide, perfectly scheduled.

Our guide was right on time for our appointment. He was very professional and not only had great knowledge about the history of the country and the city, but a great sense of humor too! Our Trabant was stunning, it caught the eye everywhere. Unforgettable tour. Thank you.