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
Price: 85 EUR per person. 4 to 8 people.
Entrance fees: 16 EUR for the Synagogue. To be paid in cash on the spot.
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: