Discover Budapest during World War II by the actual sights, archive photos and relating stories. Hop in our time machine and make the comparison of the past and the present with your own eyes.
As we were liberated by the Soviet army, the end of the war brought a different life to Hungary, a beginning of something new – Communism. So, you”ll get more than just fading memories of the war.
We start from Szechenyi square to visit the Parliament building, the Jewish Shoes Memorial and the non-permanent, now non-existent Kossuth bridge, which was the only link between the two sides of the city after all the other bridges were bombed. What happened to the iconic sights of Budapest, such as the Chain Bridge, the Castle Hill area, the Gellert Hill with the statue on the top? We’ll see, when we run back in time 70 years.