Arrive into Budapest. Transfer to your hotel.
Guided walking tour of Budapest.
Visit to the House of Terror. The building that housed this recently opened museum has particular significance as the former head-quarters of the fascist movement in the 40s, and subsequently the communist secret police in the 50s. The exhibition provides students of history the chance to understand the logic and realise the implications of both the fascist and communist regimes, the significance of which reaches further than the Hungaian borders.
Visit to the Budapest History Museum. Recently renovated the museum presents Budapest in an attractive historical light. It displays artefacts, photographs and exhibits, covering all aspects of the city’s rich history. Also includes Budapest in Modern Times which tracks the city’s identity as a large urban centre.
Visit to the Statue Park. After the collapse of communism the statues of communist leaders were removed from Budapest's streets to this open-air museum. This is the world's only such collection from the period of communist rule. The statues of Lenin, Marx and Engels, Dimitrov as well as memorials to The Soviet Soldier can be seen at the park.
Free time before flight home.