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The museum includes a small section of ancient gravestones at the entrance. You then walk past a courtyard with someone's washing and are taken into a small room supposedly to pay 800 or 400 HUF. You then discover that this small room is the actual...More
We found the Medieval Jewish Chapel by chance. I felt an immediate connection once inside that I teared up. I am so glad we found the Chapel. It was a glorious experience, although it only takes a few minutes to view everything. They will let...More
I wish I could give a review of this place, but I have tried THREE times over 2 years to get in (complete with email and face to face communication) and have never seen it. Last year I went during the opening time, rang the...More
I attempted to visit this location twice during their opening hours, and no one ever answered. I emailed the location per the address on their sign, and I am still waiting for a response. This is very unfortunate as I am sure it's a wonderful...More
This very small section of a late 14th centuary synagogue is worth a visit. It provides some history of the Jews in the city in the early history of the city from the 13th century. The tombstones are magnificent and part of three columns have...More
It seems that they now charge for this "chapel". To me it was someones living room, painted white with all the furniture removed for the day. The story was typed up neatly (for the want of saying something nice about it) for you to read,...More
There just wasn't much to see. It's a small room with a couple of pictures and placards about the Jews of Hungary.
There are some tombstones from the old cemetery and some inscriptions in the walls from the 1300s.
At the north end of Castle Hill close to the Archives and Vienna Gate. No signage to indicate where it is. Just go by the street number location and ring the bell to get in. We were immediately given access. There was no fee either...More
The historical center to a city with a multifarious and intricate past, Buda has some of the most outstanding buildings in Europe and an enviable natural landscape with stunning views onto the Danube. Centered around the Royal Palace, it provides a glimpse into the golden years of the Austro-Hungarian empire and the lives led by the aristocracy at the time. Matthias Church, beside the palace, hosted many
events attended by the royal family and was the chosen place for the coronation of Franz Josef, one of the Hungarian Habsburg kings. Having admired the palace and the church, a visit to Buda will be unforgettable by the stunning and memorable panorama over Pest offered by the seven towered Fishermen’s Bastion.