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3D past

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Szentharomsag ter 5. Gothic Saint Michael Chapel, Budapest 1014 Hungary
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Batthyány térBudapest Metro8 min
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Hungarian Wine Tasting (with Cheese and Charcuterie) in Budapest
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Hungarian Wine Tasting (with Cheese and Charcuterie) in Budapest

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Hungarian cuisine is often overlooked in favor of its European counterparts, but boasts a rich artisanal heritage. Discover Hungary’s fine wines, flavorsome cheese, and charcuterie on a tasting experience with a sommelier, who provides insights into the country’s gastronomical history and tips for the rest of your trip. Plan into your day's exploration of Budapest, taking place at a convenient central location.
USD 39.75 per adult
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Ann T wrote a review Nov. 2019
Budapest, Hungary61 contributions22 helpful votes
This was different, entertaining and interesting telling a potted history of Hungary in a 3D film with headphones in your own language. Enjoyable, worth the money.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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SusanBobcaygeon wrote a review May 2019
Bobcaygeon13 contributions40 helpful votes
This visit was free with a Budapest card. We had read mixed reviews but decided to form our own opinion. It was definitely worth the visit. The show lasts about 15 minutes and provides an animated version of some of the history of Hungary.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Michelle H wrote a review Nov. 2018
Newbury, United Kingdom10 contributions5 helpful votes
This is very interesting more so because of it’s location. It is however really quite dangerous to walk down into. After a few stone steps these turn into a metal spiral staircase which has very few lights. I took my mother who is in her late 70’s and I was quite concerned about the darkness on the stairs. I didn’t see any signs to warn us about this before hand. It was so dark it was even hard to find the seats! There was also no way of being able to see how to find out which headsets had the English audio for the film we watched. We didn’t venture down into basement purely because it just felt too dangerous in the darkness. Worth a visit just be prepared to walk down spiral stairs in the dark.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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MaximiIien wrote a review Oct. 2018
Brussels, Belgium1 contribution1 helpful vote
Located in an unusual place, this 15minute film will teach you about what you have to know about the History of Hungary in a really instructiv and educativ way and with great looking animation! Totally recommand, plus it's free with the budapest card.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Ben H wrote a review Oct. 2018
23 contributions21 helpful votes
A pretty little novelty which falls way short of what you're probably expecting. The entire history of Hungary is fit into a meager few minutes as if by trash compactor; there is zero elaboration or connection between one sentence and the next. The resulting narrative teaches you almost no history, and reads like that "old spice" commercial. Everything's possible when you're dancing around the campfire with the Eurasian king's daughters. Here's a statue of Archangel Gabriel because we joined the European Union! I'm on a horse!
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Date of experience: September 2018
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