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3.5 个小时
包含食物、饮品、装备
最多6位参与者
使用语言:英语

体验内容

The Museum of Living in Communism is practically a time-machine that will send you back in communist times, where you will be able to experience, first-hand, the living conditions of a normal working class family. This means that you will be able to interact with the horror of living in cramped conditions, in a 49 square metres apartment which has no balcony and where heating, water and electricity shortages are a daily routine ...ok, we are not sadist to expose you to this but we will tell you all about it.
The furniture, the appliances, the movies, the music, the radio and Tv shows, the books, the magazines, the china pieces, the rugs and even the food from back in the days will teleport you in the atmosphere before the fall of communism in Romania.
You can watch the communist entertainment shows or the best movies about Romanian communism. We also stage workshops about the history of communism and the repression of the communist regime in Romania where you will have the opportunity to meet the leaders of the 1987 worker`s protest, the first people who demanded the resignation of Ceausescu government, documentary directors.
Other things to note
The apartment is at the 4th floor of a building that does not have an elevator.
The TV set is old and you`ll be able to watch only VHS cassettes with old movies and documentaries, there is no cable and AC.
The food we will provide is food from communist time, no vegetarian/raw vegan stuff.
The Museum of Living in Communism is practically a time-machine that will send you back in communist times, where you will be able to experience, first-hand, the living conditions of a normal working class family. This means that you will be able to interact with the horror of living in cramped conditions, in a 49 square metres apartment which has no balcony and where heating, water and electricity shortages are a daily routine ...ok, we are not…

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包含的项目

  • 美食
    Traditional food that we used to have in communist time in Romania. Dishes...
  • 饮品
    Traditional wine and spirits made in-house by romanians in communist times....
  • 装备器材
    All the electronics in the Museum of Living in Communism are from the 80s,...

认识您的体验达人 - Raluca

2011 年加入爱彼迎
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  • 已验证身份
I am the president of Frontline Club Bucharest, the Romanian branch of Frontline Club London - one of the most important press clubs in the UK. I am also a former journalist; I worked as a reporter for one of the most important TV station in Romania, as an investigative reporter for the most appreciated economic magazine and as a foreign correspondent for one of the major newspapers at the NATO HQ in Bruxelles and the European Commission and I also covered the Yugoslavia-NATO war.
I have a degree is in Economics, I am an activist, writer, blogger and one of the most important voices in Romanian Advertising Industry.
Besides the first hand experience of communism, that marked my childhood and adolescence, I studied history avidly, so I consider myself an expert of the recent history of Romania.
I am the president of Frontline Club Bucharest, the Romanian branch of Frontline Club London - one of the most important press clubs in the UK. I am also a former journalist; I worked as a reporter for one of the most important TV station in Romania, as an investigative reporter for the most appreciated economic magazine and as a foreign correspondent for one of the major newspapers at the NATO HQ in Bruxelles and the European Commission and I also covered the Yugoslavia-NATO war.
I have a…
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体验地点

集合地点
Living in Communism Museum/Muzeul Traiului în Comunism
布拉索夫(Brașov)
The Living Museum of Communism is located in a typical working class building, very close to the former truck factory Red Flag, on the street now called Cornel Liviu Babes after the engineer who on 5th of March 1989, out of sheer desperation, set himself in fire while he was on Poiana Brasov, the main ski resort of Romania, event that attracted international media attention on Ceausescu regime atrocities.

共收到5条评价,平均评分为5.0(满分为5分)。

  • Penny
    2019年9月
    We very much enjoyed spending time at the apartment with Raluca. She is passionate, informative and fun! The apartment itself is beautifully and thoughtfully furnished, with lots of ephemera from the 70s and 80s. I would highly recommend this experience to anyone visiting Brasov. We also liked the walk there from the centre of Brasov - we walked via the bottom of Mount Tampa, and returned via the boulevards and back streets.
  • Lesley
    2019年8月
    Tavi was our guide. We were very happy that he waited for us to arrive, since we were at the wrong building. Tavi was very informative and answered any questions we asked and of his personal life and views. We made great friends with him. Highly recommend this tour.
  • Steve
    2019年8月
    We've wanted for a long time to know what life was like during communism and especially what life was like during the transition. This 3.5 hour tour was amazing. Our host was Lavi. He was 17 at the time. We found his insights, his personal stories, stories about his family and friends was gripping. We wound up going overtime and invited Lavi to dinner which he accepted. We travel a lot, about 9 months out of a year. This was one of the very best tours we have ever been on. Many, many questions I've had about the transition period and the residual effects today were answered. For example, why do we see so many small farms in Romania still using horse power when we don't see that in former communist block countries?
  • Shauna
    2019年8月
    What a great experience. I really enjoyed seeing, tasting and drinking while chatting about the past, complete with personal anecdotes. I can best describe it as a living history lesson! I would definitely recommend.
  • Angela
    2019年8月
    Perfect- I came to Brasov knowing little and left with a better more comprehensive understanding of both contemporary and old history! I would do it again !