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Cultural Travels from Home: A Walking Tour of Budapest

Thursday 14th January 11.00AM

In our series of online webinars, we visit artists, art historians and guides in various cultural cities around the world and enjoy an hour’s guided tour, museum visit or demonstration. The visits are live and interactive, allowing you to ask questions.

These webinars will enable you to gain special access to sites, studios and galleries which are either currently closed or difficult to visit whilst at the same time providing a wonderful opportunity to travel virtually from the comfort of your home, no matter your location. Our visits will also support both galleries and individuals working in the cultural sector whose activities have been affected by the current pandemic.

This week we enjoy a live, virtual guided tour of the beautiful Buda Castle district in Budapest in the company of one of the city's most well-known guides. We will stroll through the main sites of the area, starting and ending at the Fisherman's Bastion which affords beautiful views over the River Danube towards Pest. We will pass the magnificent Matthias church and Holy Trinity statue whilst learning about the history and architecture of the city and then explore the medieval streets of the residential district, reaching the Alexander Palace which currently serves as the Presidential Palace. Our running commentary will cover topics such as the Hungarian language, gastronomy, wine and culture, interspered with lots of entertaining stories!

Our guided tour lasts one hour including interactive Q and A. Our events use the most up-to-date technology to provide you with the best possible virtual experience. You will feel as though you are exploring the city yourself with the running commentary given by our guide.

This is a live event starting at 11.00am GMT and will last one hour.  Tune in from anywhere in the world to participate or enjoy a recorded version if you cannot watch live. A link to the recording will be sent soon after the end of the session, enabling you to watch on catch up later that evening or the following day.

Please refer to the Further Information panel below. You may also be interested in our tour of the Jewish Quarter of Budapest on 15 April

Booking closes the day before the event is streamed.

 

Further Information

Participation

1. BOOK.

Click on the gold “Book This Course/Event” button on the right hand side now, fill in the online booking form and pay online. You will be notified automatically by email once your booking has been accepted.

Please ensure you enter your email address correctly, as your Zoom link will be sent to this address, thank you.

The participation fee is £10 per person, if making bookings for a number of people please provide their email addresses and book them as separate participants.

2. DOWNLOAD

Download ZOOM once you have booked - please print/download the instructions in this downloadable link and read them carefully.  Zoom works best when using Google Chrome

3. REGISTER

You will receive an email approximately 24-48 hours in advance of the event asking you to register.** This is a privacy function enabling only registered participants to attend. After registering you will receive the Zoom log in link immediately both on your screen and by email, please keep it safely as you will need it to log in

** Please note that these details are sent out in office hours, so if you book on a weekend you may not receive them until Monday. You must register with the same name that you have booked under and at least 45 minutes before the lecture begins, otherwise you may not be able to watch. If you have not received your email confirmations, please check your ‘deleted items' and 'junk mail' folders.

4. JOIN

Join the lecture at least ten minutes before it is scheduled to start, to ensure everything is working.

If you are not able to watch the lecture at the time it is live-streamed, you can still book online, as above. You will be contacted after the lecture has been broadcast with instructions on how to access the recorded lecture, for up to 24 hours afterwards.You do not need to advise us if you can't participate live, don't worry!

Bookings close the day before the lecture is streamed.

Please refer to our Terms and Conditions for booking this event. We regret that we are unable to offer technical support with Zoom but tips can be found in the attachment. If you would like to book more than one event, please book separately for each lecture that you would like to attend, thank you. If you are booking for more than one person, it is important that you include their email address so that we can send them the lecture link too. We regret we are unable to offer refunds but don't worry if you are not able to attend, as we will send you the recorded lecture link.

Photograph  © Zoltan Gabor

I so enjoyed the virtual walking tour this morning and like most of us, wished I was there. The presentation was very clear, beautiful and understandable. I look forward to some more tours”

Mrs P Crisp

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Highlights

  • Visit the Buda Castle hill neighbourhood from home!
  • Live, virtual guided tour with expert guide
  • Interactive - live Q&A throughout the tour
  • Viewable from anywhere in the world

Practicalities

  • Price: £10.00
  • Venue: See Further Information
  • Lecturer: Adam Marot

Booking

Booking is now closed.

If you have any questions regarding the course or booking please send us an email or
call on +44 (0)1932 267322

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