Templul CoralCurrently Closed
- Address: Strada Sfanta Vineri 9, Bucuresti, Romania, Bucharest
- Timings: 10:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 10 RON
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Religious Site, Family And Kids, Synagogue
Templul Coral - Review
This jewish synagogue was established in 1864 in comme. For the Jewish community of Bucharest it is the largest place of worship, and one of the only few active places of worship in Romania. Services are held daily in a small hall. Architecturally, it's a sombre but elegant neo-Moorish building, modelled on the Vienna's Leopoldstadt-Tempelgasse Great Synagogue. Visitors are always impressed by the sheer expanse of mosaic patterns on the walls, especially their vibrant colors. If you ask, the caregiver will be glad to give you a short tour of the building.
Templul Coral Hours
- Hours given are approximations based on visitor reviews. Actual opening hours may vary. Confirm before your visit.
- Probably closed on Saturday.
How To reach Templul Coral by Public Transport
- By Bus: 116, 117, 313 stop Piata Sfanta Vineri
- By Metro: M1, M2, M3 line stop Piata Unirii
- By Bus: 104, 116, 117, 123, 124, 312, 313, 783, N102, N104, N105, N106, N107, N108, N109, N110, N111, N112, N114, N115, N116, N117, N119, N121, stop Piata Unirii
- By Bus: 14, 40, 56 stop Piata Sf. Vineri
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Things to Know Before Visiting Templul Coral
4.48% of people who visit Bucharest include Templul Coral in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
65.12% of people start their Templul Coral visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Templul Coral
88.24% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Templul Coral
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Templul Coral, Bucharest Reviews
An interesting reproduction of a larger temple. Learned a lot of history in as short time from the man here. You need some kind of ID or Passport to get in and it costs a bit of money so bring cash.
I'm sure this synagogue is gorgeous but getting in is not easy. My family and I were yelled at, ridiculed, and told we needed to hand over our passports to enter (travel trip: never hand someone your passport out of your sight.) I'm a rabbi, so I totally understand the importance of security, but this was absurd and felt all wrong.
Beautiful building, i didnt see it from the inside, it closes very early, during the week last admittance is at 14.30, on friday at 1pm
Beautifully restored synagogue in Bucharest's old town. The resident manager gave us a very fastly-spoken history of the building and rebuilding of this Jewish Ashkenazi Orthodox temple which is still in use.
Excellent talk about this beautiful temple by a man who grew up here and clearly has a deep love for and knowledge of the building. Costs 10LEI to get in, which is very reasonable, and you can take photos after the tour. Well worth the visit!