Following the union of the historic towns of Buda, Obuda, and Pest, the capital of Hungary became a city in 1872.


Not only is Budapest the capital of Hungary, it is also far and away one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – and it is home to the largest Jewish community in Central Europe today. With over 90,000

Jewish and General Budapest


  • Byzantine-Moorish style Dohany Street Synagogue, perhaps the most magnificent local synagogue, which can hold 3000 people.
  • The museum and the granite and steel Weeping Willow Holocaust Memorial.
  • The birthplace of Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism, where the Jewish Museum stands today.
  • Memorials of the ghetto area commemorating heroes, victims and everyday people
  • Memorials of the ghetto area commemorating heroes, victims and everyday people, including that of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who managed to save 10,000 Hungarian Jews by issuing them false papers.
  • Orthodox Kazinczy Street Synagogue and kosher shops.
  • Kiraly utca and its surrounding streets with the popular and trendy Gozsdu Court and the well-known classy Anrássy Avenue.





Price: 85 EUR per person. 4 to 8 people.


Entrance fees: 16 EUR for the Synagogue. To be paid in cash on the spot.

  • Minimum: 4 people.
  • Maximum: 8 people.




Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellation within 7 days of the tour or a no-show: you are responsible for 100% of the agreed price.
  • If the minimum of participants (4 people) is not achieved, the tour will be cancelled and you will be reimbursed.


About our guides:
Our guides are all either Jewish Studies majors or historians and involved with the Jewish Community today. They are experienced, professional guides and work for us long-term.

Accessibility and walking time:

This tour is accessible for people with mobility issues. For wheelchairs, please inform us!

The walking time is approximate of 50 minutes, depending on the pace.

No, I don’t want a small group tour. I would like a private and customized tour: