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District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
Eat, see, and stay in District VII / Jewish Quarter
"Well explained tour of a non-traditional synagogue"
reviewed 5 days ago by MarcusMilanoMilano
The guided tour is available in many languages. Good explanation of the interior and the differences from traditional synagogue. The museum is not so interesting. The photos outside are nothing new. The area outside the main building is well preserved and with touchy explanations.
The website is not user friendly. Booking a visit is nor necessary.
Our experience at this well laid out museum was enhanced by a young but knowledgeable doscent. She succeeded in explaining the objects on display and relating them to the past and current Judaism in Hungary.
$$$$ • Seafood, International, Mediterranean, European, Central European
"Highlight of Budapest"
reviewed 3 days ago by SuzSarita
This restaurant should be on your "must visit" list of places in Budapest- without doubt!
The food, the service, the atmosphere...we couldn't fault any of it.
Greeted by our host, Robert, he couldn't look after us enough. He helped with recommendations by taking into consideration any allergies or food 'hates'.
He shared a new dish with us- with his own...
$$ - $$$ • International, European, Central European, Hungarian
reviewed 3 days ago by samuelmay
Came to this place on our first night in Budapest and it set the bar very high for the standard of food in this city, incredible service from Roland, so knowledgable about the wine and food we had, fantastically creative restaurant with the menu changing every couple of weeks and themed on a book the chef has read, highly recommend....
Very nice hotel, not far from the trainstation (13min walking distance). Spacious rooms. Well equipped bathroom. Very nice and friendly staff! Totally recommended! There is a spa on top of the hotel where you have a nice view also. Breakfast is amazing. Nothing to miss!
Wonderful stay a few days before Christmas in the opulence of late 1800’s Budapest. Great room, attentive staff, brilliant breakfasts, chill out on the executive mezzanine after a days sight seeing. Recommended!
As with most of the Boscolo's in Europe (great addition to Marriott brand), this hotel is truly beautiful. My room was actually directly above the entrance and I had a balcony that basically sat on top (great place to eat dinner, see photos).
If you want to stay in a beautifully opulent and European hotel in the center of the...
I’d say I can be a hotel snob and I absolutely adored this place. We stayed in the superior suite and it was amazing. The room was a very decent size with very nice furniture. The bathroom was very modern with a huge shower. Everything was very clean. The hotel staff are all very friendly and super helpful, they were...
Our three night stay in this lovely hotel made it the perfect base for visiting this lovely city. The interior is modern and bright, and the bedroom, though rather small, was stylish and well appointed. The breakfast here is nothing short of exceptional; you wouldn't expect it to be any better in a five star hotel. What really sets this...