Follow the flag with a hole
Forced collectivization, artificial industrialization, peace loan, the cult of the leader, false trials. But what were the every-days like during the Stalinist years in Hungary, what events led to the revolution of 1956? Would you like to know where László Rajk was executed, what were the economical crimes against the state, and where the intellectual preparationary committee of the revolution, the Petőfi-circle, was founded? If you want to know more about the siege of the Radio, or what fatal misunderstanding led to the capitulation of the Headquater of the Communist Party, you need to be part of our tour!
During our walk, apart from the well-known historical platitudes you will hear seldom-told stories of the everyday life during the revolution. You will find out what the Women’s Journal wrote about and what fashionable people wore those days.
February 5th 10.00
Adults: 3.200 HUF
Pensioners: 2900 HUF
Students (need to show a valid ID): 1590 HUF
Children under 6 can join the tours for free.
For group discounts, please write to us for a quote.
Payment on the spot, prior to the walk.
aprox. 2.5 hours