Jewish Heritage Tours

We are dedicated to showing visitors the wealth of Hungarian and Hungarian-Jewish culture Our highly qualified, English and German speaking guides are here to help you understand past and present of Jewish culture in Hungary and especially Budapest. We try to limit our sightseeing tours to small groups of people. To customized to the needs of our guests, we prepared two types of Jewish Heritage Tours.
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ESSENTIAL TOUR (1,5-2 hours)

The tour includes an interior visit to the Dohány Street Synagogue, which is the largest in Europe, local guided tour in the Jewish Museum, which has an important and unique collection of art pieces from Hungary and Eastern Europe. After the synagogue we visit the Martyrs’ Cemetery where thousands were buried, who were killed during the WW II. We continue our tour in The Raul Wallenberg Memorial Park with the Tree of Life which was created to remind us of those who perished in the war. We pass by the Heroes temple, which was built in memory of those who gave their lives during WWI.

Tour dates: from 1st May till 31th October

Timetable: 10:00 and 14:00 on weekdays (on Fridays there is only one tour at 10:00), on Sundays at 11:00.

Price: 17.50 EUR

Meeting point: in front of the entrance of the Dohány Street Synagogue, 15 minutes before the program starts

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GRAND TOUR (3,5- 4 hours)

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This tour was created for those, who would like to get a overview of the past and present of Hungraian Jewry’s and would like to understand the differences between our main religious wings. With the help of our English-speaking guides you will be acquainted with the most important chapters of the history and culture of the Hungarian Jewry.

The tour includes an interior visit to the Dohány Street Synagogue, which is the largest in which is the largest in Europe, local guided tour in the Jewish Museum, which has an important and unique collection of art pieces from Hungary and Eastern Europe. The Martyrs’ Cemetery where thousands were buried, who were killed during the WWII. The Raul Wallenberg Memorial Park with the Tree of Life which was created to remind us of those who perished in the war. We pass by the Heroes temple, which was built in memory of those who gave their lives during WWI. To understand the present we continue our walk to the old – new  Jewish Quarter, which was used as a ghetto during the WWII and today hosts synagogues, monuments, kosher restaurants, and kosher shops. We will visit the Rumbach Street Synagogue, we will see the Carl Lutz Memorial Park, the famous Gozsdu Courtyard and the center of the orthodox Jewish community, with an outside visit of the Kazinczy Street Synagogue.

After our tour, we will invite you a cake and drink in the kosher Fröhlich confectionary. You have an other option, to have 10% discount in the kosher Carmel reastaurant.

Tour dates: from 1st May till 31th October

Timetable: From Monday to Thursday at 14:00, on Fridays at 10:00

Price: 35.36 EURb/33.57 EUR for students

Meeting point: in front of the entrance of the Dohány Street Synagogue, 15 minutes before the program starts

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                 Essential          Grand          
 Adult       17.50 EUR     35.36 EUR       
Student            -          33.57 EUR       



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