The framework for this tour is to have a look into different religions and what is common in them. Our aim is not to go deep into each religion, rather to connect with the different forms of spiritual experiences; trying to see the similarities and in how many and colourful ways they manifest in the world.

If you want, you can dedicate this day to a research: try to feel what the impulse is that drives the religions, such as searching for meaning or transcendental experiences. These reflections can also help your own inner search.

The places that we visit are special, sacred places, so they might also inspire you and bring up some interesting questions or interchanges among the participants.

The tour is available in two versions.

Budapest

One-day programme (6-8 hours)

During the tour we will discover some sacred places in the city. We will learn about the religions, reflect, let ourselves be inspired and interchange about our thoughts and experiences.

The tour includes the following:

  • A beautiful “Garden” in a green area above the city, representing the mutual understanding among different religions
  • A walk in the colorful and flourishing Jewish Quarter
  • Visits in some┬áspecial, less known churches, including several branches of Christianity (Catholic, Lutheran, Eastern Orthodox)
  • Visit in a mosque
  • A coffee break and a lunch break
  • Free time to reflect and/or interchange with the other participants

 

Countryside

One-day programme (8-10 hours)

This tour is a combination of sacred places in Budapest and in the countryside. By leaving the city for some time our thoughts can become more free and the nature can also help us calm down.

The tour includes the following:

  • A beautiful “Garden” in a green area above the city, representing the mutual understanding among different religions
  • A walk in the colorful and flourishing Jewish Quarter
  • Visit in a Buddhist park and retreat center
  • A Christian pilgrimage site in a beautiful forest with some hermit caves too
  • Visit in a mosque
  • A coffee break and a lunch break
  • Free time to reflect and/or interchange with the other participants