Erzsébetváros (district 7) is not just the most exciting cultural hub of the city (ruin pubs, hip bars and vintage stores). It's also the place where you can feel history in the air.
This is the former Jewish quarter and though this tour does not solely focus on that aspect (there's fantastic tours where you can dive deep into that), we will explore that part of history - and what happened next.
On this tour we will connect what has been, the dark and challenging, with the youthful, exuberant atmosphere you find there today.
On this tour we'll walk, we'll talk and we'll explore. To make sure you get the most of this experience we will make 2 stops where we'll have a coffee, sit, talk and discuss.
This is about really getting to know Budapest as a city and as a part of Europe - yesterday and today.
• This is walking tour (we keep a pace that suits the group) through the old Jewish district of Budapest.
• 2 coffee/beer/glass of wine per person is included in the price.
Bonus tip: If you can, book on Sunday morning. I'll show you why :)
My fascination for Eastern Europe started with books. Around 2005 after reading a gripping story about a young journalist leaving Croatia during the war I went looking for anything I could get my hands on about former Jugoslavia. Then in 2007 I met the love of my life, which also meant that I fell head over heels with Hungary. I packed up my things and moved to Budapest to study Hungarian. This decision also lead me to tour guiding. Today I work as a tour guide in Hungary, Transylvania/Romania, Slovakia, Poland and the eastern parts of Germany. I love finding the connection between history and what's happening around us today. In my tours I put a lot of focus on culture, life today and hidden gems (especially in Budapest, since I view it as my hometown). I'm looking forward to show you the places I love the most. Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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