The synagogue is extremely impressive from outside, and nearly as impressive inside too. A huge space, exquisitely decorated - sitting on a pew for a few minutes allowed us to really feel the peaceful atmosphere and drink in the detail.
It's 2750ft to enter on the most basic ticket, which is quite expensive by Budapest standards, but there is plenty to see here beyond the synagogue. The other exhibits are quite interesting and certainly better than the Jewish quarter exhibits in Prague.
We spent about an hour inside, I'm not sure it'd take anyone much longer than that.
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