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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
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...
We had an English tour guide but found it very difficult to hear her whilst in the actual synagogue so went back later and listened to a gentleman that we could hear. The memorial garden is very poignant, as is the tree of life in the courtyard. We were lucky enough to be there when a concert was being performed...
"Fascinating look into Jewish culture and struggles"
reviewed 3 days ago by Emened
The Budapest Synagogue is a fascinating building with a great museum in an adjacent annex. We joined a tour guide who had an encyclopaedic knowledge of Hungarian Jewish history and culture and how they survived through World War II invasions by the Germans and then Soviet Russians. My only issue was that our guide bombarded us with too much detailed...
"Thoughtful Small Museum; See Along with the Magnificent Temple"
reviewed August 14, 2018 by ElaineAndGreg
From time to time on TripAdvisor two parts of the same thing get divided into two different postings. I think that is what happened here in that the Jewish Museum and Archives appear to be part of the Great Central Temple and are pretty much visited together. We've written separately on the temple itself, which is truly "great" in both...
$ • Fast food, International, European, Street Food, Soups, Hungarian
reviewed yesterday by Bec J
Loved loved loved Bors so much. Literally the best atmosphere and food! We had a selection each day of fresh soups which change daily and loved the baguettes. Only disappointment was that we didn’t get to try them all!
Very happy Aussie’s in Budapest.
This is a meat lovers paradise, and you will not be disappointed! The food is delicious with generous portions and the price reasonable. From taking our reservation to serving us, Brigi made our experience even better. Thank you!
This place shows that quality and the power of internet can get you far.
Got there at 09.45 on a sunday morning, already 15 people around in a place that squares Just about 30m2 including production area
Everything we ordered was supertasty, espresso, flat white, the croissants and the fruitsalad.
Within 10 minutes there were over 40 people inside.
$$ - $$$ • International, European, Central European, Hungarian
reviewed 2 days ago by RenataC1622
We had the book “Chocolat” taste menu paired with Hungarian wine.
It was expensive (£140 for both of us with tip), but worth the money as it is a proper treat! One of the best dining experiences I ever had. Totally recommend for a special occasion.
The first plate called Bonbon was served in a book case, and apart from...
A very pleasant surprise. Had the VIP suite with sauna, hot tub, free quality prosecco and free water and fruits. Big suite, comfortable bed, big terrace, nice bathroom. Price is pretty good. A very good breakfast with a nice terrace where you can eat in the morning chill. But what was the best is the staff. One of the few...
Travelled with Insight Vacations for the Easy Pace Budapest, Vienna and Prague tour. The hotel in Budapest was the Corinthia, which is well located. The hotel itself is beautiful, and very popular. The rooms are very nice, staff very helpful but must say the bars are quite expensive. The breakfast is one to die for. Absolutely nothing missing.
This hotel is lush.... birthday treat from my family. Breakfast is varied and abundant. Dessert trolley circulating is a nice touch. Our room was large with a super king size bed and huge bathroom. Within about 20 mins walking distance of the River and shopping area. Budapest is a beautiful city and one I hope to see very soon again
We stayed in Budapest December 2017 and we choose this hotel for the location. I have to say the is perfectly located within walking distance to the city main attractions.
The room is quite small according to my standard however clean and fresh.
The staff is very polite and very knowledgeable when it comes to recommend restaurants and bars.
This hotel was lovely! The staff went above and beyond to help us and make us feel welcome, giving us tips on where to go and drawing these on to maps for us! My boyfriend had been ill when we were originally meant to go and the staff moved the date of the trip without any hassle or fuss. The...