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, CbsKosher/ Restaurants:
First 3 are within a block of each other.
-The Hana - Meat - Open for lunch and dinner (Shabbos meals)
-Carmel - Meat - Open for lunch & dinner. Dont expect steaks but good Hungarian meat and chicken dishes.
-Tel Aviv Cafe - Dairy - Open for breakfast & lunch and depending on the season dinner too. Cholov yisrael
-Kosher Butcher Shop on Dob u, behind the Kazincy shul courtyard. delicious smoked salami and turkey
-Kosher Market as well on Dohany u 36 - standard israeli and even american brands. Also sells locally baked goods with Rabbi Oberlanders hashgacha. Fresh daily.
- Fröhlich Cukrászda (cakes, coffee, pastries) Dob u 22Synagogue:
-Kazincy U.(street) Ashkenaz - minyan every morning at 6:30 and mincha maariv around shkiah
-Kis Diofa u.
-Chabad, Rabbi Oberlander.
-Other Chabad shul is geared towards Israeli tourists
-Chevra shas during the week and in the main shul across the courtyard on shabbos. You can check with Rabbi Oberlander about his minyanimThings to Do:Pest side of city Chain Bridge:
-Terror museum Vaci U shopping area (watch out for pickpockets and scam artist),
-Andrassy U High end shops
-State Opera House
-Heroes square at the end of Andrassy u.
-Szeychenyi baths. Buda side of city:
-Tram ride up Castle Hill
-Danube river cruise
-Bronze shoe holocaust memorial on the bank of the Danube Hotels:
(Doesnt pay to use any points at any of the hotel chains)
-Gellert nice but overpriced
-Four Seasons nice but overpriced
-Kempinski (Usually very cheap $100 a night)Getting Around:
-Its a beautiful city to walk around.
-They had uber until recently. Dont know if thats back up and running.
-Cabs can and will rip you off...especially those parked outside hotels.
-Airport to city should be flat fee make sure you dont get scammed.
Airport Transfer from city center, hop on hop off sightseeing tour with English and Hebrew audioNotes:
Avoid Euronet ATMs at tourist sites. Use bank ATMs. Always decline the "exchange guarantee" the ATM operator is offering you, choose local currency, your own bank will have a better exchange rate than what the ATM is offering you. The ATM "exchange guarantee" is a scam and hidden fee that should be avoided.