Jewish Bucharest Tour
|Duration: 4 hours.||Price:single:80 eur/pers,double 55 eur/pers|
|Start Time: 10:00 and 14:00||Services included: transport, professional guide, entrance fees|
|Departure Place: your hotel.|
Coral Temple – One of the few working Jewish buildings left in Bucharest. Built in 1857, the red brick temple still serves the now tiny Jewish community of Bucharest, and has a memorial at the front (visible from the street) that commemorates the Romanian Jews sent to their deaths during the Holocaust.
Jewish History Museum – Seperate exhibitions display how the once vibrant Jewish community of Bucharest used to live. The Museum is situate exactly in the same place where the Jewish Community of Bucharest lived .
Jewish Cemetery – Fascinating though harrowing cemetery, full of monuments to those who died during Romania’s pogroms (of which there were many at the turn of the 19th century) and the Holocaust.