This tour offers a run through the lively 8th and 9th districts, long home to Budapest’s working class population. The architecture here is underexplored but no less spectacular.
The small and leafy squares along this run are refreshing and always interesting. We begin at the National Art Museum in Pest, and as we make our way deeper into the 8th district, the many sights and sounds of these bustling neighborhoods will take your mind off the running burn. Our experienced guides will provide some history of the neighborhoods and buildings, including some stories of the former Jewish community near Teleki Square and the still lively Romani neighborhoods.