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Location: Budapest, Hungary

Description: Located next to the famous Synagogue and the Hungarian National Museum, the hostel's position is also within easy reach of the River Danube and the main attractions of Budapest. Also close to Kosher restaurant.... [more]

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Budapest city kosher info:




Budapest has a Jewish population of around 20,000 families – by far the largest in the Central Europe. There are several kosher restaurants in Budapest although the local kosher hotel bears no hechsher any more.


The Jewish community of Budapest is Ashkenazi and includes members with various levels of observance. Several Jewish organizations have their branches in Budapest.


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Area code: Dial +36 for Hungary and 1 for Budapest

It is possible to organize Passover/Pesach stay in Budapest – kasher-le-Pesach food is available either locally or can be brought from neighbouring countries.



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