|8 places I want to go||230 places I've been|
1. Amazon Rainforest
2. Sea Of Tranquility
Outer Space: The Milky Way: Our Solar System: Earth Orbit: The Moon
Spain: Andalucia: Sevilla (Province)
4. Lenin's Mausoleum
Russia: Central Federal District: Moskva: Red Square
5. National Archaeology Museum
Greece: Attica: Athens Prefecture: Athens
8. Warwick Castle
United Kingdom: Great Britain: England: Warwickshire: Warwick
Visit the ticket office early in the morning (8.30am) if you want tickets for the guided tour. We arrived at 10am one morning and were told that all the tickets for the tours that day were sold out.
They only let people in one at a time to buy tickets so if you get there early you can avoid waiting in a queue to buy the tickets.
You’ll need your passport to buy a ticket for the tour.
And the tour is only half an hour long so you can decide for yourself if it’s worth jumping through all these hoops to go on the tour.over 6 years ago
We took a guided tour out to the park with Absolute Walking Tours. Our guide was very knowledgeable and hewas a young adult in the 80s so he had first hand experience. He told us the history of specific statues as well as explaining what was like under the Communist regime. The Hungarians have a unique sense of humour. Our guide shared some of the common jokes that were often told about Communism, Lenin and Stalin.
I can see how some people would mark this as Not Worth Visiting. Without the guided tour I definitely would think a visit to the park was not worthwhile. With the guided tour it provided an interesting perspective on Communism in Hungary.over 6 years ago