Explore the delights of Budapest on your comprehensive private tour in an original Trabant 601. Hire out a “Paper Jaguar” along with your very own tour guide, see top attractions on both sides of the river, and learn about the city's politics, culture, and heritage—a unique twist on touring!
The Trabant is a lightweight vehicle that saw its heyday during the years of Communism in Eastern Europe. Made of paper and plastic, the “Trabi” has a 2-stroke engine and is now a relic of a bygone era. The car seats up to 3 passengers, plus the driver, who is also a professional guide. This inimitable way of exploring personalizes the experience and combines an incomparable driving sensation, sightseeing, and the historical atmosphere of Communism's past.
Choose one of the many planned routes and let your private guide drive you to Budapest’s most famous sights. The regular tour takes you to Chain Bridge, the Castle District, Gellért Hill, Heroes' Square, and the House of Parliament.
The Statue Park tour takes you to the park located in Budapest’s XXII district, home to an outdoor museum with a gathering of monumental Soviet-era statues, including Lenin, Marx, and Engels. You also pass the Ecseri Flea Market where you can do some shopping. Alternatively, choose the places you want to see and go where you wish.
To complete your authentic experience, you also have the opportunity to test drive an original Trabant yourself!