Budapest by Tag: "Jewish Heritage"

Great Synagogue

Why visit: Jewish heritage, architecture, history, Jewish Museum, Holocaust Memorial A Brief History of the Great Synagogue The Great Synagogue...read more

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Jewish Budapest

Budapest Jews, A Brief History It’s not known when Jews first settled in Budapest, but they have been...read more

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Jewish Quarter Walking Tour

Itinerary Dohány Street Synagogue - Rumbach Street - Király Street - Gozsdu Courtyard - Kazinczy Street...read more

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Óbuda Synagogue

Óbuda's synagogue, built between 1820 and 1825, is one of the finest examples of Classicist-style architecture. Six pillars and a...read more

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Szeged

Why visit: Open Air Plays of Szeged, Votive Church, Jewish heritage, Pick Salami and Szeged Paprika Museum and Fisherman's...read more

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Shoes on the Danube

Why visit: history, Jewish heritage, panorama The Shoes on the Danube is a memorial to the Budapest Jews who were...read more

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Jewish Museum

Why visit: Jewish heritage, Great Synagogue Getting there: Take subway (M2) or streetcar 47 or 49 to Astoria, which is the nearest...read more

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Kádár

This charming and legendary restaurant is in the former Jewish Quarter of Budapest and is known for its Jewish specialties....read more

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Fröhlich Pastry Shop

Fröhlich Pastry Shop offers a wide range of traditional Jewish specialties, especially baked goods, and it's just...read more

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Jewish Summer Festival

The Jewish Summer Festival was first organized in 1998 and its goal was to introduce Jewish culture (music, dance, fine art,...read more

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Fülemüle Restaurant

Fülemüle is a good example of rich, traditional Hungarian-Jewish gastronomy. If you like goose this is...read more

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Budapest Beyond Sightseeing

Budapest Beyond Sightseeing offers guided walking tours in the once slummy 8th district of Budapest, the neighborhood that tourists were...read more

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Holocaust Memorial Center

Why visit: Jewish heritage, history The Holocaust Memorial Center pays tribute to the victims of the Hungarian Holocaust. The complex,...read more

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Quarter6Quarter7 Festival

Established in 2009, the Quarter6Quarter7 Festival commemorates the annual Hanukkah celebrations of light and miracles in Budapest's former Jewish...read more

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One of Budapest’s Most Moving Memorials: Shoes on The Danube

Whether you are staying in Buda or Pest it is guaranteed during your visit to Budapest that you will find...read more

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Café Noé

Café Noé, a tiny pastry shop in the heart of the old Jewish quarter, specializes in traditional Jewish...read more

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Macesz Huszár

Macesz Huszár ('Matzo Hussar'), a new addition to District 7's Jewish-style restaurant scene, serves up traditional, home-style Hungarian...read more

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Gozsdu Courtyard

The beautifully restored Gozsdu Courtyard, once the core of Budapest's Jewish quarter, is popular with locals. Packed with restaurants,...read more

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