Meet our historian expert for an unforgettable trek through the cultural impact of the Jewish community on Romania.
- Did you know that the Jewish community used to be the largest ethnic minority community in Bucharest?
- Did you know that at the beginning of the 20th century, the Jewish population in Bucharest numbered 40,000 people with 70 temples and synagogues?
City Compass will take you on a journey through Bucharest’s history. We will discover the Royal Palace – National Art Museum, the Romanian Atheneum, the Revolution Square, Vilacrosse Passage and the Stavropoleos Church. Discover together with us the remains of the Jewish District, the Great Synagogue, take a look at the State Jewish Theatre and the Holocaust Memorial.
TOUR INFORMATION: Bucharest: Jewish Culture & Heritage
Tour type: City walking tour
Date: all year round, upon individual request
Duration: 2-3 h
Starting point: Entrance of Cismigiu Garden (opposite the City Hall PMB) or any hotel in the city center
Available languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
Group size: minimum 6 persons
Price: Upon request (depending on the group size)
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