Visit the largest synagogue in the world, and celebrate Jewish culture and history in Budapest. See, listen and remember the First and Second World War through exhibits that encourage reflection, and visit the cemetery where 2600 Jews who lost their lives in the Holocaust rest.
It may be a step back in the darkest time to take one of those street art tours of Budapest, but a visit to the Great Synagogue on Dohány Street is something impossible for anyone who wants to know and feel how far this city has come. so diverse
Built in 1859 with space for 3000 people, this religious prayer and celebration refuge of the Hungarian Jewish community also has solemn historical nuances: the courtyard is the burial place of almost 2600 Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis.
Travel with an audio guide through Jewish history at the Jewish Museum of the synagogue. Learn stories and artifacts from the Holocaust years. Listen to what happened inside these walls and read the names of the dead; all are engraved on the reflective sheets of the Tree of Life memorial.
This exciting trip to the First and Second World War, its heroes, horrors and another happiest story (we promise) could be the best thing you are going to do in Budapest.
Skip the line and go directly to the security checkpoint. After passing the mandatory security check, show your digital ticket in the final entry to be scanned.
The tour on the water bus lasts 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Tour with live guide and audio guides available in: English, German, Spanish, French, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Russian
Children up to 5 years free of charge, from 6 to 14 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
The visit is accessible for people with wheelchairs and reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry