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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
Try to go to dinner. Youwill be fascinated and it is not so expensive. They have all kind of dishes of exquisite flavor. Avoid to go at midday because it is full of tourists and you will not get inside.
Scenic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Happening place to be in the evening."
reviewed 5 days ago by CoxieandBaggy
Full of bars and restaurants, this is the place to be in the evening. If, like us, you're slightly middle aged it's best to come early evening to get a bite to eat before it gets busy and rowdy with stag and hen does. An atmospheric arcade of bars and eateries and well worth a visit.
The museum is in connection with the great Dohany street synagogue so if you visit the synagogue, do take 30min for the museum, too.
There is plenty of information about Jewish traditions and many beautiful artefacts on display. The history of the museum is also interesting.
RRRR • Seafood, International, Mediterranean, European, Central European
reviewed 2 days ago by sarah d
We had the most amazing tasting menu tonight. It was 9 courses and absolutely delicious, Antony our waiter was so knowledgeable and a real credit to the resturant. 10/10
We even got invited into the kitchen for desert. What an amazing experience!
This place is a must visit if you are looking for great coffee, chill vibes and listen to some atmospheric tunes spinning by a resident DJ. These types of establishments are rare,the ones that have a pulse and a soul. I had a great customer experience, and the food and coffee were fantastic. The place is quaint but has two...
I was in Budapest for business&pleasure :) with my wife. This hotel is a very good choice for cuples when you consider decent quality for a fair price. The conditions are ok, everything is clean and the stuff is very friendly and profi, but the breakfast is fantastic for this value. I definetly recomend it. Have fun :)
Fantastic hotel and spa to come back to after enjoying busy days exploring beautiful Budapest. Great food, lovely, friendly staff and superb relaxing spa. In a great spot and trams just outside to get you to most places in the city.
Situated in the best spot of Budapest in a very quiet street we found a lovely hotel. The room was superb, in modern design with all accessories we needed. The receptionist was kind enough to grant us for our 3 night stay a room with a great balcony overlooking the quiet street and a church rooftop on the 7th floor....
Great hotel, near to rail stops. Get the metro pass. On busy street but next to many pubs / nice places along the road. This is not the nicest area of town but it’s not bad. Go closer to the river for nicer streets.
Hotel staff very nice, breakfast was great.
New York cafe is really nice decor, Grand style,...
The staff here are really helpful and welcoming and the rooms are nice. Breakfast is really reasonable and its located very nicely in walking distance of many attractions. Fully recommend if you want a city break.