Via Hungary Koncert Day Tours, you can book a guided visit to the Great Synagogue, the Jewish Museum and the Wallenberg museum. Depending on the time and the money you want to spend, an essential and a grand tour are available. You sure can book via other ways too but I don't know, consult trip advisor or the net. I guess the guides are independently working for
one or another internet buro.
Ask anyway for the guide named "Blonda", a very enthusiastic young business student, pretty well informed and "involved" with the jewish history of Budapest. She's very fluent in english, very friendly and has the gift to make alive what happened during world war II. Not a summary of historical places and data but a real movie bringing you back to the thirties and the forties.
During the visit to the jewish museum, guides of the museum accompany the visitors. A must
if you want to understand something of the jewish culture and reasoning and their very explicit views and insights on life and death and history. I quickly understood I will never understand them perfectly : almost another planet. Walk around with Blonda in the old jewish ghetto and
try to convince her for lunch or some beers in the many restaurants and hidden places you
can discover. A must to go.
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