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Our walk through the Jewish Quarter is on the streets of the former Budapest Ghetto, which hosts synagogues, monuments, kosher restaurants, and kosher shops. While your guide tells you important facts and local stories of this area, you also get basic information about Budapest.
If you are interested in a private tour (English, German or French), we are there for you during the whole year! A private tour ensures that you have your very own guide, start the tour whenever you want and decide what you want to see! In case you want to have more information or want to set up your tour, do not hesitate to contact the Hungária Koncert Ltd.
This tour is available whole year! Main stops: • Deák Ferenc square – the history of the old Pest, the old Jewish market • Gábor Sztehlo Monument – the statue of a Lutheran pastor, he was the first Hungarian who was awarded as righteous with the Yad Vashem honour by the State of Israel • Madách Square - the history of the Orczy house, the first Jewish Center in Pest • Rumbach Street Synagogue (outside visit) • Jewish Museum with local guiding where you get acquainted with the Hungarian Jewish heritage through a unique collection of art pieces from Hungary and Eastern Europe, and the rich tradition of Judaism, its holidays and everyday life. A separate room commemorates the Holocaust in Hungary. • Interior visit of the Dohány Street Synagogue which is the largest operating synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world. • Martyrs’ Cemetery • Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park • Tree of Life Memorial • Heroes’ Temple – (outside visit) • Jewish Centre where you can visit the Family Research Center • After a short break we continue our walk through the Jewish Quarter, on the streets of the former Budapest Ghetto, which hosts synagogues, monuments, kosher restaurants, and kosher shops. While your guide tells you important facts and local stories of this area, you also get basic information about Budapest. Other main attractions of the Grand Tour: • Carl Lutz Memorial Park dedicated to the Swiss diplomat who is also known as Hungary’s Schindler • Gozsdu Passage • Orthodox Jewish Quarter • Interior visit of the Kazinczy Street Synagogue, the only one built in Hungarian Folklore style • At the end of the tour (or in the break) you have two options: you can accept our invitation to have a cake in the glatt kosher Fröhlich confectionery or you can receive 10% discount in the glatt kosher Carmel restaurant.