There are very few Jews in Eger. Probably it would be better to say that Eger doesn't have very many Jews any more, because at one time there was a significant Jewish population here, which is now almost completely gone.
In Eger there were two synagogues - one which was very large, but neither of which are currently functioning - and a Jewish cemetery. Obviously some of the Jewish population left Hungary and went to Israel or the United States - others weren't so fortunate in how they ended up leaving this region... Eger is not so far from Krakow, and I have heard stories from people here about the sad fate of Jews from this area during World War II.
Here are some pics of Eger's Jewish cemetery. Notice that the writing on the gate is in English; I would guess that is for the sake of the Jewish families who now live abroad, and don't speak Hungarian, who come to visit the graves of their ancestors who used to live in Eger.