If you want to gain an insight into the lives of the Jesuits, Promontorians, and Cistercians, how they managed their institutes, how they survived during the Socialist era as well as after the fall of the iron curtain, this tour is for you.
We recommend this tour to those who are interested in the fine arts, the process of creation, and artists. We visit hidden places, courtyards that retain the memory of Hungarian artists and their secret creations.
Get a glimpse of of the most modern gas factory of the early 20th century, the worker's everyday lives and festivals.
We discover the surprising Hungarian boat-building industry through the glory days of the Boat Factory and the haunting ruin of today.
Our walk discovers the Golden Age of the 19th century when the 8th district was Budapest's Soho, when cafés were the most important meeting points, when the greatest artists were walking up and down the streets just like we do.
On the tour we gain an impressive insight into Jewish burial traditions and the Jewish aristocracy of the 19th century.
Do you know who built todays Metropolitan Ervin Szabo Library and how this building provided luxury to its owners? You can find out on this tour...
An amazingly elegant tour in the Palace Area of the 8th district. Legends come alive, you can even feel the long passed world of the Hungarian aristocracy in the air.
We wander around the winding streets of the old Pest, the Inner City.
During the playful and local-history based walk we discover miracles together.
Are you looking for Hungarian reality? Don’t simply be a tourist: experience!
Feel the contrast between the luxury palace district and the time-worn backstreets of the slummy district.
The advanced Jewish Budapest tour starts with an illustrated introduction about Hungarian Jewish culture, focusing exclusively on the 8th district’s Jewish community.