Not as luxurious as the great one but more in accordance with jewish tradition and Halacha Nice humble visit with some pointers by the nice jewish gentleman at the door.
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Would be nice if they would give some historical information about it. It was quite plain, and you pay an entrance fee just to spend around 10min in there.
If you want to peek inside,b sure that you have a guidebook of your own. You pay to get in and just look around. You might wan to visit the large Synagogue first and then determine if you want to see this one. They just...More
We went there to prey in Shabat. the community was lovely and accepting (we were well dressed and know our way in the Sidur). I don't know how it is as a tourist attraction, but as a place of worship it was an amazing experience
An interersting space, with colors and patterns that remind me of American Southwest (turqouise, red and white). As a man you get a yarmulke, as a woman, you need to cover your knees. On the opposite side of the street is a Cajun Soul-food restaurant.
What a magnificent building, especially inside Really beautiful inside. Most of what you see is original, somehow survived WWII MUST SEE !!! You get 10% in the next door restaurant if you visit this place.
a very preserved and Biutiful Synagog. worth visiting. you will admire the condition. while in the Jewish quarter give it few min
We took the english tour here and the guide was great although it is very painfull to hear the story of the Jews in Budapest. The synagog is beautiful, but make sure you cover your shoulders and knees or you won't get in. Don't skip...More
The synagogue in jewish quarter (Erzsébetváros) is pretty large and has nice interior. The entrance fee is 1000 Ft. Next to it is kosher restaurant ,,Hanna".
This is the 2nd largest synagogue in Budapest. It was founded in the early 20th century by Orthodox Jews who were offended by the Christian-like ambiance in the Great Synagogue. It is also intricately, colorfully decorated, restored post-Communism (completed 2006), but with its more traditional...More