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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
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 Dohany Street Synagogue nearby is the best known. Beautiful Moorish design inside and out. The...
I've been in a lot of churches and a lot of Synagogues, and this one is really unusual. First, it's huge, second biggest in the world. Second it's much like a Christian church with pulpits and even a pipe organ (you just don't see these in in Synagogues). Came here with a group tour but I know you have to...
We were able to walk through the museum before our synagogue tour. I'm not Jewish, but I enjoyed seeing the artifacts. The best part was getting the tour of the synagogue. i would recommend this because of the history and the beauty of the art. I learned many things about the Jewish faith and the Holocaust that I didn't know...
R • Fast food, International, European, Street Food, Soups, Hungarian
"Delicious sandwiches and a lot of Star Wars references"
reviewed today by Francesco-Pona
The guys running the pub are really kind and friendly. The sandwiches are abundant and delicious and the choice is wide. The prices are super low and if you are a Star Wars fan you will certainly love this place!
RRRR • Seafood, International, Mediterranean, European, Central European
"Craving perfection? This is for you"
reviewed today by IB633
The most perfect dinner of our long weekend in Budapest with friends.
We chose the Cosmopolitan tasting menu and asked our sommelier David to pair some Hungarian wines - such wonderful hidden gems.
Service couldn’t have been better and the food was outstanding.
Not eating red meat they effortlessly replaced those dishes for me with fish alternatives.
Thank you so...
This place is mom and son bbq joint
The place is so clean and nice
The drinks are fantastic (try the lemonade)
I had the Ruben and the better half had the wedges with brisket and cheese
No1 the taste is fantastic
No2 the portions are plenty
No3 the smell of the place is sooo good you smell down the...
Went to the coffee shop on a Saturday and it wasn't full or crowded. They have a small terrace and an attic where you can have your coffee. The staff is really nice, they speak good english and they probably have the best croissant I've ever had in Budapest.
Wifi is good and the music is not too loud so...
The reviews on Trip advisor said this hotel was very central and thats very true, in walking distance of alot of things. Comfortable beds, really spacious room. Black out curtains which is great. Very quite. And excellent choice at breakfast. The staff in this hotel are so friendly and very very helpful. What to stay in a nice clean modern...
Staff are extremely helpful
Lovely suit which is takes you to the private swimming pool
Concierge and reception staff are outstanding
The area is safe and clean very accessible to local shops and museums such as the Bascalica and the Jewish Synagogue
Fabulous hotel in central Budapest. Walking distance to everything in city centre. The central seating area is beautiful. Sit back and listen to the piano pianist , whilst people watching. The cafe is old world meets decadence. A stunningly beautiful hotel I wish I could visit again.
Stayed here for a couple of nights on a short break. The location could hardly be any better in the middle of this beautiful city. Tastefully decorated and clean, reasonably priced. Quiet at night (its at the end of a cul de sac) Really nothing at all not to like.
Hotel is in a great location, central and easy to navigate the city. We caught the bus from the airport into the city which was super easy and only a very short walk from the bus stop to the hotel.
Hotel itself was very clean, beds were comfy and TVs had Netflix access which was handy to relax and watch...