Following the end of World War Two Hungary suffered what was arguably it's darkest hour under the dictatorship of the Soviet communist regime. Our people lived oppressed behind the Iron curtain where self imposed soviet rule meant cruelty and even executions became regular occurrences of everyday life. Hear the incredible tales of this fierce period of the capital's recent history from local guides and learn about the bloody rebellion against the communist Red army on this gripping 2 hour tour.

This tour covers:
  • Saint Stephen's Basilica
  • The smiling policeman
  • Liberty square
  • Nazi occupation memorial
  • Communist dictatorship
  • Reagan's statue
  • Soviet soldiers' monument
  • The martyr leader's bridge
  • 1956 revolution
  • Bullets on the wall
  • Parliament


When: Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday at 2:30 PM

Where: At the steps in front of St. Stephen's Basilica (check the map below)

Duration: 2.5 hours

Free to join, all our tours operates on a “Pay-What-It’s-Worth”-basis to suit everyone’s budget.

Book now and reserve your space. No booking fees up to 7 people.