Description:Pension Liechtenstein Budapest is non-kosher Jewish pension - well located in Jewish quarter, very close to synagogues, kosher restaurants and other Jewish points of interest. Its central location gives you good access to all main Budapest sights.... [more]
Number of rooms / apartments: N/A Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 3 (Dohanyi) Kosher restaurant: 3 (Kinor David and 7 min Solomon kosher restaurant)
Pension Liechtenstein Budapest is non-kosher Jewish pension - well located in Jewish quarter, very close to synagogues, kosher restaurants and other Jewish points of interest. Its central location gives you good access to all main Budapest sights.
They have also apartments in Vienna, Austria - this branch offers also kosher breakfast.
Update sent by Miki G.:
The pension is fully newly renovated and has the possibility to organize kosher meals in all kosher restaurants nearby. The restaurants are located 2 minutes walking distance from the pension.
It was a great stay, they have hebrew and english speakers in their staff.
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