Begin your private 3-hour walking tour through Budapest's Jewish history with pickup at your local accommodations; you can also opt to meet at a central location if you wish. Morning tours depart at 10am year round and afternoon departures are available in certain seasons; choose your departure time when booking.
Set out on foot bound for the city's most important Jewish landmarks, accompanied by your historian guide. Since this is a private tour, you'll receive the undivided attention of your guide, and your itinerary has a degree of flexibility depending on your interests.
Marvel at the enormous Dohány Street Synagogue, the second-largest in the world, and the classical Óbuda Synagogue. You'll also walk the streets of District VII and VII, which were historically Jewish working-class neighborhoods. Explore the area that was home to the Pest Ghetto and some ruins of synagogues dating to medieval times on Castle Hill.
You'll wind up your tour in the Pest Ghetto; from there you may explore further on your own.