On June 7, the Jewish museum in Bucharest, Romania, reopened its
doors. The museum is housed in the former Holy Union Synagogue, which
was fully restored. The new exhibit offers a very rich and comprehensive
presentation of the history and culture of Romanian Jews.
Our newly launched trip to Romania, Serbia, and Szeged (Hungary) will of course include a visit to the museum. https://sephardicbalkans.com/romania/
Here is a full schedule of our 2020 trips:
Jewish Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Trieste, May 4-15, 2020
Jewish Romania, Serbia, and Szeged (Hungary), May 25-June 5, 2020
Jewish Bulgaria, North Macedonia, and Greece, June 11-22, 2020
We were pleased and honored to see our trips featured in a special article in the Jewish Week focusing on high-end, boutique travel with a focus on Jewish heritage. Author Hilary Danailova highlighted two of our trips — our Jewish heritage tour of Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, and Trieste, as well as our trip through Jewish Bulgaria, North Macedonia, and Greece.