Discover Budapest by Livestream: From Belle Époque to Nazi Occupation, the 1956 Revolution and Cold War

65 Min Virtual Tour

Parliament, Shoes on the Danube, Liberty Square

Budapest's in the Belle Époque and 20th Century

Join a seasoned local guide for a live stream tour exploring Budapest’s wonderful sophistication at the turn of the century, when the city was coming into its own as the second capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Tour Details

Price

$115 (1-30 devices)
$175 (31-60 devices)
$255 (61-100 devices)
*Go on an unforgettable private virtual tour with friends and family!


Departure time

Tour times are in CET (Central European Time). Depending on the time you book and season, you’ll enjoy a stunning day tour or a beautiful illuminated evening tour. Check Budapest’s sunset by date here.


How it works

You are emailed a special link to join the live stream tour after booking


Availability

Year-round


Duration

65 min


Group size

Private tours: up to 1-30, 31-60, 61-100 devices


Participation requirements

Our walks operate in almost any weather except the most severe. In the case of weather conditions that make our live stream impossible, we refund or reschedule according to your preference


What to bring

Curiosity and questions!


About your guide

Read about our Budapest guides


Cancellation policy

For cancellations, 48 hours before your scheduled tour, Insight Cities offers a full refund. We cannot refund cancellations within 48 hours of a scheduled tour as we need to pay our guide.

Overview of Your Tour

view of a palace in Budapest from the other side of the river

You’ll take in the architecture of Budapest’s enormous neo-gothic Parliament, while stories of its creation attest to the city’s rise. You’ll learn the history behind the tragedies of the Nazi occupation and massacre of Budapest’s Jewish community at the haunting Shoes on the Danube Memorial, as well as the events of the 1956 Revolution (also known as the Hungarian Uprising and the first war to be televized globally). You will also find out why Elvis Presley is the conflict’s unsung hero.

You’ll continue along the banks of the mighty Danube and see the iconic Chain Bridge, Buda Castle across the river and the elegant Buda Hills in the distance. Explore Liberty Square and the U.S. Embassy, the Soviet Memorial and the Ronald Reagan statue, as regimes and the influences crucial to Budapest’s complicated history intertwine-and your guide answers all of your questions about Hungary’s multifaceted capital city.

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