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This area is real rough and faded, not much to see or do during the day. The shopping is pretty bad unless you're into random 'vintage' things and DIY looking crafts. I wouldn't recommend unless you want to visit the synagogue which is pretty or...More
There is so very much to see here. It's really more than just one small area. Expanding the boundaries out to the edges, it's really quite large but very walkable. Lots to see and do and an abundance of history to soak in.
This is by far my favorite district in the city of Budapest. The street art is lovely, the food options are never a let down. The best area to stay in, especially if you travel on a budget and for awesome nightlife options. Don't forget,...More
Jewish Quarter has ups and downs if you think globally. It is different than the other parts of Budapest. Look fancier, richer, full of artistic bars, jewelry stores and small antique shops. However if you visit other Jewish Quarters all over the world you will...More
All ‘types’ of people would love this place. Theres rich history on every corner, “ruin bars” which are so good. At ‘fogas’ there are like a hundred different themed rooms in one building it was amazing!
Filled with open air bars, big brand shops and bizarre little ones. Visit the ruin bars and go to the synagogue. I was staying in an air bnb 10 mins From octogon tram station. Loads to eat and drink friendly people too
Yesterday we spent some 2 1/2 hours at the iconic Dohany Street Synagogue which is essentially the entry point to The Jewish Quarter.
Time constraints meant we could not really explore The Jewish Quarter extensively but saw enough to appreciate its place in Budapest’s History....More
The Jewish Quarter is a warren of narrow streets in the Pest city-center bordered by Andrassy ut,Erzebet korut, Rakoczi ur and Muizeum korut streets. The area was badly damaged in WWII and remained rundown and ramshackled until the fall of communism in the 1990's when...More