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VII. Kazinczy Street 29-31, Budapest 1075, Hungary
District VII / Jewish Quarter
+36 1 351 0524
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Within a few blocks in the Jewish Quarter of Budapest are 3 major synagogues, all built in the 19th Century. Each represented its sect of Judaism. This one is Orthodox. It’s light and airy. It sustained major damage in WWII, but has been rebuilt. The...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Came here with my partner to enjoy the architecture and history, however to spend 4000 ft each on around 5 rooms seems overly expensive! We arrived wearing what all tourists wear... shorts and a vest top... however apparently this is not appropriate. I understand it's...More

Thank Hannah-Marie C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Not a long visit but an interesting building still in use. Turn of the century, trashed during the war, and since reconstructed but the essentials are still there. Nice welcome from the members staffing the front desk.

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Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

Nice to visit this Orthodox synagogue on Kazinczy street. Interesting to compare what the synagogue looked like after the war to today’s renovation.

Thank hrs314
Reviewed 4 May 2018

The posters put up and the Jew graves do depict a lot of the WWII history. It does give you goosebumps. But at the same time the jewish people teach you to leave the history behind and accept the democracies. There is a shop in...More

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Reviewed 11 April 2018

we went here for easter, it was really busy. they have free walking tour in different languages. but I think the entry 2 adults for 8000 Huf expensive. it is not a big synagogue. and not much to walk around. museums were closed. toilet is...More

Thank V_2020
Reviewed 4 April 2018

A very impressive building with excellent architecture when viewed from outside We never ventured inside but were told by some who had thatbit was well worth it

Thank markledo
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Interesting place, but a little bit boring compare to Hreat Synagogue. Very colorful. You cant get a lot of information about place. Nice historical photos.

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Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

This is a reconstruction of the classic Budapest Jewish synagogue. Interesting architecture. There is a modest entry fee.

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Reviewed 31 December 2017 via mobile

Beautiful architecture piece you should visit! The price ticket is quite afordable (1000 HUF) for this magnificant place.

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District VII / Jewish Quarter
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses
the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and
colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in
an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes
and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic
crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of
the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in
Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
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