Trabant Trek in Budapest
The Trabant is a true icon of Eastern European engineering.
- English-speaking guide
- Lunch at a countryside restaurant
- Includes 1 Trabant per 2 people
- Extra support vehicle included
Designed in the fifties, made from lightweight Duroplast – the Trabant is, quite frankly, the laughing stock of the former and extinct East Germany.
There were 3,096,099 Trabant's produced, and we’ve got a whole fleet together for your unforgettable (if not slightly nerve-wracking) drive around Budapest. There'll be one car between two for your 50 kilometre round trip through the Pilis Hills, and you'll have a short lesson on how to drive a Trabant. Learn how to operate the gear stick built in the dashboard, whilst a support car follows in case of breakdowns. But, don't worry – unlike your bones, Trabants are easily repaired.
You and your group will also sit down to a typical Hungarian meal in a gorgeous, countryside restaurant to celebrate a top last night of freedom.