-See the faded beauty of Keleti Train station and learn about its famous past. - View the bullet holes which cover the buildings which are remnants of the 1956 uprising. -Head down to the cemetery where you can learn more about famous persons and events from Hungary's past. -Wander the gardens of Teleki Laszlo Ter and see the statue dedicated to this famous Hungarian -Examine the fate of the House of Fate Museum which never opened. - Hear about the Hungarian Jews and Gypsies who inhabited this district. -Learn about the meaning of the Orczy Ter Cross. -Visit the infamous Chinese market. which is the largest wholesale market in ECE and explore its gloomy past. *market closed Xmas and Easter holidays.
This tour is very suitable for those interested in migration or architectural history.
* Tip the guides as little or as much as you like depending on the experience.
Entry/Admission - Keleti pályaudvar
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Stop At: Keleti pályaudvar, Budapest, 1087 Hungary
Learn about the history of the train station. See the famous arrival hall built for princess sissi.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Fiumei Road Cemetery, Fiumei ut 16-18., Budapest 1086 Hungary
Undestand the history of this former Communist Cemetry.
Learn about local death customs
See the beautiful tombs and architecture that make up this outdoor museum.
Climb to the top of Kossuths tomb who was the governor of Hungary during the revolution for the best views of the 8th district.
Find out about the fate of the martyred prime minister Batthany.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Kínai Piac (China Market), Budapest, Kőbányai út 25, 1087 Hungary
Józsefváros market also known as four tigers market is located in a old industrial estate and is one of the largest wholesale markets. Guests should bear in mind that the market is closed on holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Természet Fitotéka Kkt., Budapest, Teleki László tér 3, 1086 Hungary
See the refurbished Laszlo ter, learn about the history of the carbon market that was located here and why it is named after the famous Hungarian writer.