Explore the Historic Jewish Quarter, one of the oldest and most popular parts of Budapest, characterised by the culture of the Jewish community.
The second largest synagogue in the world, the Jewish Museum and Archives with a rich collection and the most important Jewish religious and cultural institutions are located here.
The quarter has been on the list of the UNESCO World Heritage since 2002.
Let's discover the history,costumes, traditions and festivals together!
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At your hotel or in front od Dohány Street Synagogue
The first stop of our Jewish Heritage tour is the world's second largest synagogue, known as Dohány Street Synagogue. Exhibitions, memorials and much more are waiting for us to explore such as the Holocaust Memorial, the Cemetery of Heroes, the Tree of Life with Wallenberg Memorial Park.
We visit the Jewish Museum, contains a unique collection of Jewish artifacts (for example the world's oldest Torah finial) with an amazing story.
Fascinating history with local art; famous ruin bars; eclectic boutiques; avant-garde galleries and great places to eat - The Jewish quarter (World Heritage site) became one of the most exciting and popular places of Budapest. On our walking tour we explore the highlights of this lively quarter and of course speaking about the long history of the Hungarian Jewish community.
We discover the small orthodox community with their daily life habits and customs through by visiting the small, peaceful orthodox synagogue.
The last synagogue in the Jewish Triangle is the Rumbach Street Synagogue with interesting stories. Note: At the moment is under reconstruction.
One of the interesting landmarks in the capital the Shoes on the Danube Memorial. We visit to know about the story behind this outstanding landmark.
At your hotel
professional guiding service
flexible meeting point and time
transportation fee (public transportation: Single ticket about 350 HUF)
entrance fee (about 15USD)
food and drink
-PLEASE NOTE, THAT THE SYNAGOGUES AND THE MUSEUM ARE CLOSED ON FRIDAYS' AFTERNOON AND ON SATURDAYS' BECAUSE OF THE 'SABBATH'!
-Modest dress code is required (shoulders and knees covered). Men are also required to cover their heads—a kippah is provided if you don’t have your own hat.