Your Own Budapest. Street Art And Other Adventures

A Tour for the Adventurous and Curious
The grand boulevards, opulent mansions, bohemian coffeehouses, art museums, and cathedrals of Budapest are all undoubtedly worth seeing. This is the city's showpiece and the way it wants to present itself to visitors. However, it is not so simple to unearth the true essence of Budapest beneath this mesmerizing facade, to comprehend its current sentiments, the lifestyles of its inhabitants, and what truly concerns them. And there's no better way to do that than through exploring its street art. Murals, posters, stencil graffiti, street sculpture, and even stickers can reveal the history of the country, and modern-day issues that affect the locals - Hungary's place in a rapidly changing world, climate change, feminism, migration, gentrification, football, food, and even love.

By wandering through the winding alleys of Budapest, we will uncover many comedic and tragic tales, and delve into the local humor and cultural references that remain hidden from the uninitiated. We'll meet the Angel of Budapest and Aunt Zhuzha. We shall discover what's awry with Empress Sisi, beloved by Hungarians. We'll read the local newspapers, learn how murals contribute to purifying the air, and so much more. And, of course, before the tour ends, we'll share with you some other hidden gems of Budapest that should not be missed. So, come, let's explore Budapest with us!

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2 hours
€180 for a group of 1-4 people

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(for a larger group €45 per each additional participant)

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