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Post Sun, Jun 26 2022, 9:20 am
Has anyone ever been in Budapest?
Is it a good place to vacation for a couple?
Is there kosher food there?
Nice attractions?

Any information would be helpful!
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Post Sun, Jun 26 2022, 11:54 am
I've heard that there are kosher restaurants there. Many people go there to visit R' Shayale's kever.
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Post Mon, Jun 27 2022, 12:59 am
Chabad Budapest has info on its website
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Post Mon, Jun 27 2022, 1:11 am
Things to see:
https://www.tripadvisor.com/At......html

Yes, there are kosher restaurants.
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Post Mon, Jun 27 2022, 2:29 am
I've been twice, but about 20 years ago. The main thing for me was kever avos, so if that's not why you're going, there might be fewer attractions. I really enjoyed seeing where my grandparents grew up and it was inspirational for me to daven by the kevarim of ancestors.

As for food, there was a kosher hotel called King David. Not the most luxurious, so you might want to stay elsewhere and get meals there. There is also a fleishig restaurant although I don't remember the name. You can also order meals to eat there on shabbos. This is what we did when I visited with friends.

There are also a bunch of tours, mostly Israeli, that set up shop in less fancy hotels and offer kosher food. I did this when I went with my mother. We stayed in the nicer hotel, probably 4-star. The meals were in the 3-star hotel next door. Not fancy, but kosher and adequate.

Hungary is known for its spas, if that interests you. They also have a well-kept zoo.
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Post Tue, Jun 28 2022, 5:44 am
I was there one evening last month and thought it was beautiful.
I stayed at the Ritz Carlton- a beautiful hotel, had a boat tour of the Danube at sunset, spent a couple of hours at a beautiful spa, and got to see 1 restored shul.
There is definitely kosher food, I forgot the name of the restaurant but the food was plentiful and good!

I wish I would’ve had more time to explore the Jewish history of the city.

Eta: the restaurant was Carmel.
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