Budapest, Hungary
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Learn about Budapest’s Jewish heritage and present-day community on a 3-hour small-group walking tour of its historical Jewish Quarter. Explore the bustling 7th District as a historian guide tells tales of the area’s past and its vibrant contemporary Jewish culture. Visit synagogues, including the Great Synagogue; sample Jewish foods; and remember the dark days of World War II, seeing the remnants of the ghetto wall and other poignant sites. Synagogue entrance fees included.
  • 3-hour walking tour of Budapest’s Jewish Quarter
  • Explore the 7th District, the historical heart of the Jewish community
  • Learn about the present-day Jewish community and stop to sample Jewish cuisine
  • Visit the Dohány Street Synagogue (Great Synagogue) and admire its beautiful interior
  • View the Rumbach Street Synagogue, a 'mikveh' ritual bath, and more
  • See the remnants of the WWII ghetto wall, Yellow-Star houses, and other poignant sites
  • Small-group tour of six or fewer, with choice of morning or afternoon departure, and synagogue entrance fees included
Book a morning or afternoon tour and meet your historian guide and group of six or fewer on Andrassy Avenue in central Budapest.

Set off along this grand avenue, where many Jewish people settled in the early 1800s. Then, turn into the side streets of the 7th District, the former Jewish Quarter, a neighborhood that roughly traces the boundaries of the WWII Jewish Ghetto.

Pass silverware shops, prayer houses, and kosher restaurants as your guide tells of the area’s history and vibrant, present-day Orthodox community.

As you explore, stop to see several synagogues. Head inside the Rumbach Street Synagogue, designed by Viennese architect Otto Wagner in 1872, and admire its decorative Moorish-style interior.

Visit the Dohány Street Synagogue, also called the Great Synagogue, and a cornerstone of the district. Admire its brick-built towers topped with onion-shaped domes and beautiful, 3000-seater interior.

See a ritual mikveh bathhouse, call at kosher food shops to sample Jewish cuisine, and along the way, uncover the area’s dark WWII history. View remnants of the ghetto wall and Yellow-Star houses — where Jewish people were forcibly confined — and learn about the deportations that took place here in 1944.

After three hours, your tour finishes in central Budapest.
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