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Past and present of Budapest Jewish District free tour
Our team is made up of talented, professional locals that speak several foreign languages and are not only highly motivated, unquenchable enthusiastic, and critical but also radiate great charisma. We are legally registered. Our motto is: Join as a Traveller, leave as a Friend!
This tour takes you to the main sights and hidden symbols of the Jewish District. You will learn the deep and sensitive history based on touching (personal) stories. Since the Jewish District is now the epicenter of Budapest nightlife and gastronomy your guide will also tell you funky stories on street art, ruin bars, and street food.
You learn about:
"Gaudiopolis" the City of Joy in Latin the Schutzpass
Neologue and Orthodox movements, the Zionism. at the Dohány street Great Synagogue beautiful murals and other pieces of urban street art around the Rumbach Synagogue,
entertainment, culture, and market at the Gozsdu Passage.
Last piece of the ghetto wall in Király street
the kosher food, Jewish ritual bath, and much more at Kazinczy Synagogue.
Tour participants will enjoy a unique, engaging, entertaining, and educational walk through our city’s Jewish history and the street and urban art scene of the neighborhood. We have stories that can't be found in history books. We do not enter any Synagouge, but give you an indepth information about the interior.
Meeting point:F3X2+8WX Budapest, HungaryF3X2+8WX Budapest, Hungary
We meet at Budapest Eye Ferris Wheel, next to Danubius Fountain. Look for blue flag that says FREE TOUR.
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Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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