Come with us to the 8th district!
We invite you to a classical Uccu Budapest Romani Walking Tours to one of the most diverse disctrict of Budapest. Did you know that Lujza Blaha loved Roma music and after performances she reveled in the 8th district? And that the Kalapos shop is run by a Jewish family since 1871 in the district? Are you interested in what is the connection between Ferenc Liszt and the Roma music? Not a lot of people know this 8th district, although it is full of stories, values that are strongly connected to Roma culture and history. You will get surprised how much new we can tell to you! Apply and get to know that 8th district which you have never seen! We wait for you!
From: 3 500 Ft
The fee of the walk: 3500 HUF/ person.
The walk can be started with minimum 10, maximum 30 participants.
Duration: 2 hours.
Meeting point: in front of H&M / Budapest, Blaha Lujza tér, 1085
How to get there: By metro till Blaha Lujza tér, from there by foot
In case you would like to have a private tour, write to us to firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address.