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Budapest Communist Free Tour

  • Budapest
  • Available in: Spanish

About the tour

In this guided tour with a guide in Spanish we will make an exciting trip to the Soviet past of the Hungarian capital, from the birth of the communist movement in 1918 until its fall. We will know how the regime was installed in the political system, education, culture, religion and even in the daily life of the Hungarians. We will learn who Carlos IV or Istán Tisza were and what they have to do with the so-called Chrysanthemum Revolution, a turning point in the history of Hungary. We will also know why at this time it is known as “red terror” or what is the Ugrofinesa theory, while we stroll through emblematic places such as the National Museum, the Interior City Theater, the old radio building or the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. We will end the tour by visiting Corvin köz, the most symbolic place of the 1956 revolution. During World War II, this city was one of the most potent places of communism in Europe. Enjoy history in its purest form with our Free Communist Budapest Tour.

Meeting point
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How to find me: Danubius Fountain, in front of the Budapest Ferris Wheel in Erzsebet Square with flag or umbrella and accreditation "blue-green" with the logo of: Walking in Europe.
Tour duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

Tour schedule


What's the price?

A guruwalk is a pay-what-you want walking tour, which means, it's completely free to book and join the group, but the 'guru' expects to be rewarded once the tour ends. Some people give €5, some people give US‎$ 50, you choose the price.

For organizational purposes, it is mandatory to book the tour. Booking is completely free, fast and easy. Book your guruwalk now!

Ratings (4)


José Antonio Terán Loyo

7 days ago

La guía Judit ha sido excelente y es de la zona. Muchas experiencias. Repetiría con ella.


Antonio Berlanga

17 days ago

Me ha parecido interesante, no son los sitios que se visitan (zonas poco transitadas) en sí, es la historia que se cuenta.


Angel Carrasco Fernandez

1 month ago

Mas bien podrían llamarlo tour anticomunista, que desilusión.

La guía todo el rato haciendo referencias a la extrema derecha, parecía en algunos momentos que preferia que los nazis hubieran ganado la segunda guerra mundial

Lo dicho, un horror!


María Dolores

1 month ago

El guía,Santi muy simpático y ameno.

Lo recomiendo

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