Ever heard of the Trabant? The Trabant was the weird little two-stroke car from East Germany that came to symbolize everything that was wrong with Communism. Long gone are the jokes surrounding the Trabant. Today, there’s a certain nostalgia for these nasty, noisy, uncomfortable little cars.
They’re also a great way to see the sights as part of your Budapest stag weekend! The stag weekend in Budapest isn't usually very "cultural" but this is a great way to sneak in a peek at Hungary's not-so-distant past. You’ll be met at the hotel by a caravan of Trabants and drivers, then a three hour tour will take you to see sights like Roosevelt Square, Big Boulevard, Castle Hill, Chain Bridge, Parliament, Andrassy Avenue and Elisabeth Bridge (one driver and passenger per Trabant). Picture your stag with his own Trabant caravan!
Halfway through the Trabant tour, there'll be a stop at the top of the Pilis Mountains, where you can enjoy a spectacular view over the Danube bend before diving into the nightlife of your Budapest stag weekend.