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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 Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
Eat, see, and stay in District VII / Jewish Quarter
We bought tickets in advance, which included entrance and free guided tour. Unfortunately after 10 minutes after the tour time the guide arrived and said she would be back in a minute, but after a further 10 minutes we gave up and did our own thing. They have a very interesting museum, and the memorial garden and tree
My hotel is located near this attraction so I passed it every time I walked to Budapest attractions. There were occasions when long lines were outside which kind of discouraged me to eat there by myself.
Outside, this white building looks like a palace, appropriately called New York Palace, but in Budapest. Inside, well-dressed customers seemed to be enjoying their...
The Kazinczy Street Synagogue has a beautiful
Art Nuevo exterior with a stunning stained glass, mosaic interior which includes lovely
chandeliers. It’s located in an area abundant with restaurants, cafes, ruin pubs, so make a day of it. The couple at the door are friendly,
Helpful too. Enjoy!!
This is a must see in Budapest, especially for those with little knowledge of the Jewish faith. Either the 2 or 3 largest synagogue in the world. Beautiful architecture. Tours are available in several languages. A very thorough presentation into the history of the Jewish population in Budapest and the impact of the World wars. The Tree of Life was...
"The place to learn about the Jewish place in Hungary's civilization"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Fane_Babanul
The museum is in the same compound with the Dohany street synagogue, one of the must-see of Budapest.
The museum is not big, but is well organized and displays beautiful Jewish artwork in Hungary,
It's the place to learn about the Jewish civilization inside Hungary.
R • Fast food, International, European, Street Food, Soups, Hungarian
"Tasty Baguettes for lunch"
reviewed 2 days ago by smurgie
We stopped by for lunch after reading the good reviews. We were not disappointed, there is a choice of 6-7 baguettes all of which sounded great. Tasty excellent and made to order. It was very busy so the 4-5 high stools they have were taken so if you want somewhere with a seat for lunch this might not be suited.
I had a dinner here last 2 weeks. I got a wonderful experience with many tasty seafood dishes. All staffs were helpful, friendly and polite. The food were excellent decoration, preparation,and taste.Our Seabass Iceberg menu was amazing. Although the prices are above average but it was worth for your money. I recommend this restaurant to everyone
who wish to get...
Visited this tiny cafe after reading the reviews and was not disappointed. The Bircher Muesli was super delicious, never had any as tasty as this. Also, try the banana bread, served slightly toasted with marscapone and berries mmmmm....
RR - RRR • International, European, Central European, Hungarian
"Another perfect place for fine dining"
reviewed 2 days ago by Matyas L
Charming place with cozy decor, mixing library feel with wine bar and small restaurant.
Service was impeccable and the menu offers high quality food, eg duck was made to perfection!
Amazing restaurant for small groups for dining or enjoy a small meal with great wine selection.
What a lovely surprise! The best welcome ever by very friendly helpful staff ( It was a lovely young lady) Small boutique hotel but had more than 5 star hotel comfort. We had higher floor room with a beautiful view of the church. Balcony's are very close to each other but the way it is set, it did not compromise...
We had 4 night here as part of out city break with JET2. The location of the hotel is very central. The hotel is lovely and we were given a lovely room. Breakfast was great and a good start to our day of sight seeing. This is the lovely staircase near the entrance inside the hotel.
This is one of the most beautiful hotels in Budapest. It is a real palace where everything feels royal. The architecture is breathtaking and kudos to the restoration team. Everything restored to the architectural integrity of the building. Rooms are nice and spacious. The lobby is a place to enjoy. The food at the restaurant is amazing. The spa is...
The hotel is one street behind the main street. There are a lot of restaurants, cafes and fast food around the Hotel and also a convenience store.
The tram bus and metro are about a 4min walk away. Parking is secured but wide cars might want to park somewhere else as the entrance is real tight.
The rooms are large...
We stayed here for 4 nights at the end of September. Lovely hotel, very clean, bedding changed during our stay. Reception very helpful and polite. Breakfast, good choice, lovely croissants. The hotel is round the corner from the buses, metro station and hop on hop off bus. Very close the the Basilica and in walking distance of most of the...