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Free Walking Tours through Budapest Jewish Quarter

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Book for free any of these guruwalks. When the tour ends you will be able to pay the guru whatever you consider fair. Some will pay €10, others $50. It's up to you!
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The best guruwalks in Jewish Quarter (4)

Free Tour of the Jewish Quarter and WWII

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Free Tour of the Jewish Quarter and WWII
Guru: Donfreetour
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 15:30, 16:30, and 17:00
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours and 15 minutes
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Nazism and World War II: Jewish Quarter Free Walking Tour

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Nazism and World War II: Jewish Quarter Free Walking Tour
Guru: Budapesttours
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 10:30, 11:00, and 16:30
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes
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Free Tour Budapest Jewish District

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Free Tour Budapest Jewish District
Guru: GoZeppelin Tours
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 16:30
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours
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Free Tour Barrio Judío de Budapest
Free Tour Barrio Judío de Budapest
Guru: Paseando Por Europa
Days: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Hours: 15:30 and 16:30
Languages: Spanish
Duration: 2 hours and 15 minutes
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Budapest is a beautiful city with a rich and diverse heritage. It is popular for its thermal baths, its architecture and benefits from a unique geographical location at the crossroads of Western and Eastern European cultures. Budapest has an extensive Jewish history dating back to the medieval period when Hungarian Jews settled in what is now Hungary.
Tourists can learn about this history by visiting synagogues, museums, monuments and other landmarks such as the Dohany Street Synagogue (the largest synagogue in Europe) and the Jewish Memorial Park Kerepesi Cemetery (which contains the oldest grave in Europe). As you can see, there is no shortage of things to see in this great city, so there is nothing better than discovering it all with the professional guidance of the tours we offer here at GuruWalk.
Budapest's Jewish Quarter was once a Jewish ghetto and is home to the Dohany Street Synagogue which is one of the few remaining synagogues in Budapest.
The synagogue opened its doors to worshippers and visitors in 1859, after it was consecrated by Rabbi Benjamin Kahan. It was designed by Jakab Fellner and built with funds from Baron Fülöp Wesselényi, a prominent Hungarian Jewish philanthropist.
The central prayer hall seats 2000 people on two levels, with galleries on four sides; there are also classrooms and offices upstairs. There is also an adjacent school building containing classrooms for religious instruction, as well as a large library mainly in Yiddish with some books in Hebrew. The Hungarian Jewish Museum is also located inside the synagogue.
Budapest's Jewish cemetery is also a popular tourist attraction that has experienced a surge in visitors after the Holocaust memorial was established, attracting more than 350,000 tourists.
The Kerepesi Memorial Park Jewish Cemetery was established in 1883 and is considered one of the most important cemeteries in Budapest. It was the first public Jewish cemetery in Hungary and is still used as such today.
Wealthy Jews were often buried here and it has become a tourist attraction for Budapest.

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