Hungarian Electrical Engineering Museum
This place doesn’t sound like everyone’s cup of tea, but the white-coated staff are very enthusiastic and some of the exhibits are...
A small bar, popular with a loyal, local crowd who come to play chess, chat and drink craft beer in a casual setting.
Carmel, a glatt kosher eatery, offers authentic Ashkenazi specialities such as gefilte fish, matzo-ball soup and a cholent (hearty...
VII Kazinczy utca 29-31 · interesting places nearby
Orthodox Synagogue information
Once one of a half dozen synagogues and prayer houses in the Jewish Quarter, the Orthodox Synagogue was built in 1913 to a very modern – at the time – design. It has late Art Nouveau touches and is decorated in bright colours throughout. The stained-glass windows in the ceiling were designed by Miksa Róth, although what you see today are reconstructions as the originals were bombed during WWII.