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Jewish Quarter

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Jewish Quarter

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Budapest Ruin Bar Walk
$80.51 per adult
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Centre of 7th district, Budapest 1074 Hungary
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Candlelit Dinner Cruise by Legenda City Cruises, Budapest
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Candlelit Dinner Cruise by Legenda City Cruises, Budapest

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Couples seeking a romantic activity for some quality time together will love this evening cruise on the Danube River. After a busy day of sightseeing, sit back and relax as you cruise past some of Budapest's most beautiful attractions, lit up at night. Enjoy a 4-course dinner by candlelight, and be entertained with live Hungarian music.
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TheShis wrote a review Sep 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel29,113 contributions3,504 helpful votes
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The Jewish quarter in Budapest is an amazing mixture of modern day lives, restaurants and trendy galleries and old history of the glorious Jewish community which once thrived here. It's absolutely recommended for a day long stroll in the narrow streets of the quarter.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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JnVSydney wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney9,721 contributions1,318 helpful votes
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One of Budapest's smallest neighbourhoods, and in our opinion the go to place for visitors, lovely narrow streets to walk down, many restaurants cafes and markets to enjoy. Places to see: Dohany street Synagogue Szimple Kert, Budapest's first Ruin bar, weekends it opens as a market. Street art and murals Gozsdu Udvar, (courtyard), a long stretch of bars and restaurants, a market of weekend. There are plenty more sights these are just to name a few
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Date of experience: February 2020
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GGMNomad wrote a review Feb 2020
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A friend and I stayed in Budapest in November 2019 in an apartment on Naya Utca near one of the main ruin bars, which we found quite by mistake. the whole area has cafes, bars and excellent restaurants, many of which are very reasonable but because of this you need to book as they're packed out.Everything was within walking distance and we felt safe walking after dark, which was important to us, Most of the shops open after 10am, the Aran bakery was to die for and various cafes I've reviewed individually, including the wonderful Grumpy Cat cafe that had excellent everything!! especially the service. The second largest Synagog sits within the old Nazi Ghetto and is a must see, even if you aren't religious. there are also some brilliant 'used clothing' stores called 'Cream' selling everything in good and clean condition, really worth a visit. I owuld love to go again, there is so much to see for all budgets, leather and luxury goods were superb, architecture some fo the best I've seen.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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OZS_ATW wrote a review Jan 2020
Budapest, Hungary1,620 contributions404 helpful votes
It is a very vivid and interesting part of Budapest. The signs of overtourism can be felt. The buildings were so nice and if you like history, this quarter was for you! There are so many bars, restaurants and clubs to visit. Worth visiting!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Matkaaja wrote a review Jan 2020
Lapinlahti, Finland67 contributions7 helpful votes
In all nice place to walk around. Lot to see, ruin bars are the best. But it is just for tourists. Too clean, too organised, too overpriced. For sure there is similar place in Budapest that is more authentic. Worth visiting anyway
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Date of experience: July 2019
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