Basic Jewish Budapest Tour (2 h)

Prices: Full price: 25 EUR/person, Students: 24 EUR/person.

Payment: With Paypal: from your PayPal balance, or using a Bank Card, Credit Card.  (No Need to Have a PayPal Account!)

Dates in 2018:

  • 01. May – 31. October: Monday – Thursday at 10.00 and at 14.00, Fridays at 10.00, Sundays: at 10.00, no tour on Saturdays and Jewish religious holidays.



Description

Short Jewish Budapest Tour in 2 Hours

 

This is the shorter tour of the two Jewish Heritage Tours in Budapest and includes a visit with professional guiding to

front view of the synagogue on a clear spring day

  • the Dohány Street Synagogue
  • the Jewish Museum,
  • the Holocaust Cemetery,
  • Tree of Life,
  • Heroes’ Temple (exterior visit),
  • the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park, and
  • the Jewish Centre & Archives (you’ll be given your entry ticket at the end of the tour with which you can entre the Centre once during the next 24 hours and view the audio-visual exhibit about the history of the Jewish Quarter).

 

Main Stops

 

  • Jewish Museum with local guiding
  • Martyrs’ Cemetery – Holocaust Memorial Park
  • Raoul Wallenberg Park
  • Tree of Life
  • Heroes’ Temple – (outside visit)
  • Jewish Centre & Archives

 

Price

 

  • Full price. 25 EUR, (see options in the Prices* Field)
  • Students: 24 EUR

 

Payment

 

With Paypal: from your PayPal balance, or using a Bank Card, Credit Card.  No need to create a PayPal account!

 

After payment you automatically receive your E-Ticket.

Please present it in print form or on your mobile/tablet to our staff at the meeting place, at the Great Synagogue in Dohány utca 2., district VII.

 

Includes:

 

  • professional guiding during the whole tour
  • ticket to the Jewish Museum
  • entry fee to the Dohány Street Synagogue
  • admission  to the Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Park
  • entry fee to the Jewish Centre, where you can visit the Hungarian Jewish Archive and an audio-visual exhibition about the past of the Jewish Quarter in Budapest

 

Meeting Point:

 

In front of the Great Synagogue in Dohany Street, Address: Dohány utca 2. Budapest 1074, Please be there 15 minutes before the tour start.

Getting there: M1 (Deák ér station), M2 (Astoria Station), M3 (Deák ér station) metro lines, tram 47, 49, buses: 9, 16, 105

 

Dates in 2018:

 

 

  • 01. May – 31. October: Monday – Thursday at 10.00 and at 14.00, Fridays at 10.00, Sundays: at 10.00, no tour on Saturdays
  • 02-30. November: every day (except Saturday) at 10.00

 

Note: There are no tours on Saturdays and Jewish holidays. See availability in the calendar on top of the page!

 

TIP: See also the Grand Jewish Budapest Tour – a 3,5 – 4h exploration of 3 synagogues, a museum, many historic sights with facts and history bout the Old Ghetto area.

We also offer private, tailor-made tours, available all year round: Private Small Jewish Tour (2 hr)

 

Visit also our main page about history and Jewish sights in Budapest! A guide to Kazinczy Street, a hip area in district VII might also be of iterest to you.

 

Terms and Conditions

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Reviews

  1. Lizzy

    We went on the Sunday morning Small Group Jewish Heritage Tour with Barbara as our guide. This tour turned out to be the highlight of our Budapest visit.
    Barbara’s knowledge of the history and sight was impressive. The visit to the small museum was excellent with our guide enhancing the experience with personal stories.
    As Americans the history of the Holocaust mostly focuses on Germany, so for us this was a learning moment. It was the history of Budapest and the Jewish Community that we knew little about.
    We have found in our travels that using local companies most often gives you the best experiences. Budapest by Locals and Barbara did not disappoint. Thank you for keeping the history alive in such a respectful and reflective way.
    Nancy Wills
    West Chester, PA, USA

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