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Go back in time and learn about life in Hungary under the Communist regime on a Private Trabant City Tour. Trabant 601 cars were manufactured in the former East Germany between 1963 - 1991, with a two stroke engine and a body made from recycled metal, cotton waste and fibreglass. After a short training session you can drive one yourself, with a guide to tell you the stories behind the sites.

If you prefer two wheels, a small group guided bicycle tour will keep you fit as well as entertained - a relaxing way to see the sights and learn the history of Budapest. Helmets, safety vests and bottled water are provided, and there are plenty of photo stops along the way.

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Have you heard about the Trabant Car, but never tried?


Have you heard about the Trabant Car, but never tried? Take a deep breath and travel back in time. Enjoy the comfort of a Trabant and feel how Hungarians travelled a few decades ago. Book your Trabant Tour and have fun with us.


  • Great stories about the Communist Hungary
  • Opportunity to drive the Trabant

Tour Description

Trabant car is the one and only true tangible legacy of the Communist era. Either you can do  an "ordinary" city tour to see the top attractions of Budapest or you have the opportunity to see the "communist face" of Budapest. Come and see the giant statues at Memento Park and learn more about Hungarian life during the previous political system. Doing a Trabant Tour is a unique way to see the sights. Book your private Trabant tour now and do not forget to bring your valid driving licence with you. After a short training we let you to drive the Trabant car.

Interesting Facts about the Trabant cars

  • Trabant cars were manufactured in Zwickau (former East Germany).
  • Trabant 601 was produced for nearly 30 years (1963-1991) with almost no significant changes.
  • During this long production run 2.818.547 Trabant 601s were produced overall and it was the most common vehicle in former East Germany.
  • The body of the car is made of duroplast (recycled material, cotton waste and phenol resins)
  • Trabant cars have 2-stroke engine (26 horsepower from a 600 cc displacement)
  • It takes 21 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h

More Information

With this unique sightseeing in Budapest you can combine unsurpassed driving feeling and a nostalgic sightseeing with the real atmosphere of the past communist Era. We suggest to visit the Communist Statue park, the Ecseri flea market, typical prefabricated blocks of flats built in the 70s, 80s or to do a regular city tour in Budapest. You can also book your airport transfer with a Trabant!

In order to try the Trabant you must have a valid driving licence. We organise this tour according to your needs and ideas.

This tour is only available in English.

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