Purim on the Rocks

Meet hundreds of young Jews from across Europe and beyond as we party for Purim together in the heart of Central Europe!

This time we will meet in Budapest, the Pearl of the Danube, for a great weekend, from Thursday 9th until Sunday 12th of March.

We will party for our Purim on the Rocks event in a city, which once was referred to as Judapest due to its Jewish baggage, so are you ready to meet hundreds of young Jews from across Europe and beyond?

Register now:

At Purim on the Rocks you will...

- Discover the grand history and Jewish heritage of Budapest.
- Party the night away at the famous Purim themed party.
- Celebrate a traditional Shabbat with delicious Kosher food.
- Expand your knowledge in mind-provoking interactive workshops.
- Share many Purim l'chaims with old and new friends.
And much, much more...

PLEASE NOTE: We would be able to negotiate special group event prices, and special conditions for those who cannot afford the entire price.

And It would be great if you could advertise it to your students and their friends, and also others Jewish societies in your area/country.


The European Centre for Jewish Students (ECJS) is drastically changing the landscape of Jewish young adults across Europe. Based in Brussels, ECJS is a non‐profit, apolitical organization which caters to the needs and interests of all Jewish students and young professionals, regardless of background or affiliation. We arrange and subsidize inter‐European retreats and seminars, which hundreds of participants value and enjoy, due to their unique blend of Jewish tradition and European culture.

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