The interior of this synagogue was beautiful. It was a really interesting place to visit. It is included on the free Jewish walking tour and is spectacular to see.
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While on a walking tour of Budapest, we walked by this beautiful synagogue. We came back later and got a tour along with the history of this building. Our tour person was very informative. You should visit just to see the beautiful interior.
A real place of worship, reflecting the Budapest religious Jewish population. It gives you a trus appreciation of what it is like to be an orthodox Jew in Budapest today.
Located just a few minutes walk away from the Dohany Street Synagogue, this place is definitely worth a visit. There isn't much to do beyond just checking out the interior, but it's cheap to enter and very pretty on the inside, so it's worth the...More
I try to take in the history of every city i visit and over the many years of visiting this gorgeous and historic city it saddens me that I knew so little about the Jewish Quarter. We passed this stunning synagogue at night while enjoying...More
It is a very nice art deco building in a small street in the former Jewish quarter. Very nice ornamentic inside and outside as well. There is a "mikve" (Jewish ritual bath), which was renoveted in te recent years.
If you are a fan of architecture, this venue is an absolute must-not-miss destination in Budapest. An example of Secessionist (related to Art Nouveau) design, it is hard to believe that it was completed in 1913 -- despite this being an Orthodox temple, the inside...More
This synagogue is an example of purpose and protection of the Jewish culture. Kazinczy Street Synagogue serves the orthodox community in Budapest and has a warmth that is missing in larger churches and synagogues. For me, if I had missed this synagogue, I would have...More
Budapest has a lot of historical buildings. We visited this synagogue and were very impressed by the atmosphere. It's good to preserve history.
If your are interested in Art-Deco architecture and design, and Jewish culture and history then this place is a must-see in Budapest. Was not cheap to visit, but worth it. Our guide was very helpful and knowledgable and though we were with several of our...More