What To Expect
Discover how throughout the centuries, the Hungarian and Jewish history has been so entwined that it is almost inseparable. Jews played, and still play today, an important role in the country's cultural, economic, and political life.
Learn from our English speaking guides as they help you understand the Jewish past and present in Hungary and in Budapest.
Dohany Street Synagogue, the largest in Europe (for self-exploration only)
Jewish Museum, an important and unique collection of art pieces from Hungary and Eastern Europe (for self-exploration only)
Holocaust Cemetery, visit where thousands were buried during the ghetto times
Raul Wallenberg Memorial Park with the Tree of Life, created to remind us of those who perished in the war
We'll continue our walk to the newly rejuvenated Jewish Quarter, which was used as a ghetto during the WWII and it hosts synagogues, monuments, kosher restaurants, and shops. See the Carl Lutz Memorial, interior visit of the Kazinczy Street Synagogue (for self-exploration only) the center of the orthodox Jewish community as well as a walk through the famous Gozsdu Courtyard.
Admission to the Synagogue and Jewish Museum
Public transportation ticket
Meals and drinks not specified
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children below 3 years old are free of charge.
Please wear comfortable walking shoes.
Tours operate rain or shine.
Tour operators will not be responsible for unforeseen delays or accidents.
All sales are final and non-refundable.
Due to the restrictions set by the synagogues, guides are not allowed to fully guide or talk loudly inside the buildings. Guides will give full descriptions before entering the synagogues and be on hand throughout the visit to answer questions discreetly.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
1 hour 30 minutes