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The Jewish District is undoubtedly one of the most interesting areas of Budapest. Once a multicultural trading spot where all classes and nations lived together - now an international tourism sensation.It did not only capture the atmosphere of the 19th and early 20th century but after the turn of the millenia, it became the forerunner of revitalization of Budapest once again. BP is not a mummy, the quarter shows you its very vivid side too – it inevitably became a social hub once again. A trendy hot spot for hip and bohemian young artists, lively locals and adventurous travelers.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Great / Central Synagogue (Nagy Zsinagoga), Budapest, Central HungaryEurope's largest active synagogue and one of the most important religious buildings of Hungary. It also contains the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial park with the Tree of Life Memorial in it's backyard.Duration: 45 minutesStop At: Kazinczy Street Synagogue, Budapest, Central HungaryA beautifully renovated Art Nouveau gem in the heart of the Jewish district.Duration: 25 minutesPass By: Gozsdu Udvar, Budapest, Central HungaryBuzzing trendy local hub of restaurants and bars.Stop At: Szimpla Kert, Budapest, Central HungaryProbably the most popular bar in the whole country, and also one of the top ones worldwide. Szimpla is an unforgettable experience and a cultural fortress of the city.Duration: 15 minutes
- Coffee and/or Tea - Some refreshment to help absorbing all the knowledge
What's not included
- Tickets to the Grand Synagogue and the Kazinczy Street Synagogue
- Entry/Admission - Great / Central Synagogue (Nagy Zsinagoga)
- Entry/Admission - Kazinczy Street Synagogue