Very interesting. Every corner. The history is here. Difficult part, tell my son how 200'000 hungarian, jewish, were deported and die. It's a wonderful place
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The tour was very interesting. Fatima was an incredible tour guide. She was articulate, knowledable and funny. We're not Jewish but that didn't matter as she explained the things we wouldn't have understood. The only negative is that she doesn't come into the Dohany Synagogue...More
Our wonderful guide Anna was fantastic full of knowledge. There was just myself and my partner and 2 trainees on our walk. We visited synagogues the Jewish quarter the Hungarian Jewish museum and we also went into a local cafe for coffee and cake would...More
Our guide was Fatima who was excellent and delightful. The group was a mixture of Jewish and non Jewish with mixed knowledge of the religion. We all came away having learnt a great deal of Jewish history with moving stories of those who helped Jews...More
Our guide was Petra. Although she was very well informed about the Jewish traditions and places in Budapest, during the tour she didn't cover the historical aspects. Our expectation, according to the tour description, was to review the history of the Jewish community in Budapest....More
Our tour guide was fabulous. She was extremely knowledgeable in her Jewish history. Highly recommend.
We had a wonderful tour with Petra. She was insightful, interesting and engaging. Worth every cent and more.
We were in Budapest for just a few days and I wanted to make sure we spent some time in the Jewish Quarter - very glad we found this tour company. Our guide was very sweet and knowledgeable. It was a relaxing walking tour that...More
We are not Jewish. Most of our fellow tour participants were..from Canada, USA and Australia. We signed up because we thought it might give us a different perspective from the regular walking tours of Budapest. We were right! This specialized focus brought this section of...More
We took the tour to see the synagogues but the tour turned out to be much more than that. It was a delightful experience to see the history and learn so much in such a short time. The past met the present and intertwined beautifully....More