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As the home of one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe, Budapest hosts many prominent Judaic sites for you to explore. Explore the resilient Great Synagogue, the gripping Jewish Museum, and the once-somber streets of the Budapest Ghetto area.

Your guide meets you at the dome-topped Dohány Street Synagogue, a 19th-century Moorish Revival synagogue which is the largest of its kind in Europe. Skip the long visitor queues to marvel at the majestic interior, and make your way to the neighboring Jewish Museum to learn more about the local community’s history.

Next to the synagogue, the Jewish Cemetery is the resting place of bankers, industrialists, and artists from the pre-war era. Continue to the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park which hosts the Tree of Life, a stainless steel-and-silver monument that forms a weeping willow. Pay homage to the fallen at the Heroes’ Temple, dedicated to the memory of Hungarian Jews who fought and died in World War I.

In the former Budapest Ghetto area, visit the Kazinczy Street Orthodox Synagogue and see how life thrives once again in this charming section of Budapest. With a wide range of restaurants, cafés, and boutiques, you are invited to partake in the brightest chapter yet for this vibrant Jewish quarter.

As the home of one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe, Budapest hosts many prominent Judaic sites for you to explore. Explore the resilient Great Synagogue, the gripping Jewish Museum, and the once-somber streets of the Budapest Ghetto area.

Your guide meets you at the dome-topped Dohány Street Synagogue, a 19th-century Moorish Revival synagogue which is the largest of its kind in Europe. Skip the long visitor queues to marvel at the majestic interior, and make your way to the neighboring Jewish Museum to learn more about the local community’s history.

Next to the synagogue, the Jewish Cemetery is the resting place of bankers, industrialists, and artists from the pre-war era. Continue to the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park which hosts the Tree of Life, a stainless steel-and-silver monument that forms a weeping willow. Pay homage to the fallen at the Heroes’ Temple, dedicated to the memory of Hungarian Jews who fought and died in World War I.

In the former Budapest Ghetto area, visit the Kazinczy Street Orthodox Synagogue and see how life thrives once again in this charming section of Budapest. With a wide range of restaurants, cafés, and boutiques, you are invited to partake in the brightest chapter yet for this vibrant Jewish quarter.

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10 AM Tour

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$33.03

Total price is $33.03, taxes included

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Jewish Heritage Walking Tour

Activity/Location

Dohány Street Synagogue

Dohány utca 2

Budapest 1074

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Dohány Street Synagogue

    Dohány utca 2

    Budapest 1074


Highlights

  • Tour of sites & landmarks of historic Jewish significance

  • Europe’s largest Jewish synagogue & poignant memorials

  • Exploring Jewish Museum, Tree of Life & Heroes’ Temple

  • Charming downtown district dotted with restaurants & shops

  • Gripping stories & anecdotes from a local guide


Inclusions

  • Guided walking of Budapest

  • Admission to Dohány Street Synagogue, Hungarian Jewish Museum, and Kazincy Street Orthodox Synagogue

  • Hotel pickup from central Budapest hotels

  • Commentary in English


Know Before You Book

  • Check-in is 10 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Cancellation Policy

You can cancel free of charge until 4 days before your reservation starts. After that time, no cancellations, changes or refunds will be made.

Location

Dohány Street Synagogue, Dohány utca 2, Budapest, 1074, Hungary