Jewish Walks and Gastronomy
1. Discover the Jewish District with additional Cooking Programme
In Budapest it is not only a World Heritage site with two-hundred year old houses but also the biggest party place in Budapest.
The traditional synagogues and ruin pubs (more than 30 in one km2) are perfect completion to each other with jewish bakeries and kocher shops during the day and pubs at night. A cultural and gastronomical heaven you must come and visit with a guide to hear the insider stories.
Learn to cook the delicious dishes of the Central European Jewry,
Matzo ball soup, the goose risotto, the flódni…
Experienced chefs, and guides
Cosmopolitan cooking studio, equipment, ingredients, drinks, snack.
Full / half day program with food.
2. The International Gettho and The Saviours
Wandering around the modern Jewish district you will hear the story of the modern Jewry, its fame and fate. Peek into a hidden synagogue, walk in beautiful art nouveau courtyards, the best Bauhaus buildings and even visit a war bunker to experience history! Hear the insider story of human profundity and architectural heights.
3. Hidden Synagogues
Far from the tourist zone, hidden behind walls, you will walk places rarely seen of visited. Now you can look around in a private prayer room, peek into hidden synagogues – visit the orthodox 'house of gathering', understand their real life, their ancient traditions, see seldom seen beauties and listen to interesting stories. You can also visit the biggest and most beautiful art nouveau Jewish cemetery.
The Famous Flódni