Inner-city Parish ChurchCurrently Closed
- Address: Budapest, Marcius 15. ter 2., 1052, Hungary
- Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
Inner-city Parish Church - Review
This Church is quite a remarkable place in terms of the simplicity of its architecture. It was made in the year 1046 and has withstood the tests of time over and over again. In the 11th century and the centuries to come, the church expanded from simply being a building and today stands as one of the main worship places in Budapest. It is not only going to offer you a slice of history but is also sure to gift you the peace and tranquility that your mind has been looking for.
Inner-city Parish Church Information
- Be decently dressed.
- Ask the church authorities about the mass timings.
- Maintain tranquility within the church.
Inner-city Parish Church Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
How To reach Inner-city Parish Church by Public Transport
- Nearby Bus Station: Marcius 15. Ter
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Things to Know Before Visiting Inner-city Parish Church
0.67% of people who visit Budapest include Inner-city Parish Church in their plan
50% of people start their Inner-city Parish Church visit around 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Inner-city Parish Church
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Inner-city Parish Church
Inner-city Parish Church, Budapest Reviews
Beautiful little chatolic church. Beautiful altars and memorabilia to see. Also it's open 24/7. So definitely a go ti.
Afters being closed for years we finally managed to visit this church. The church has been restored very nicely - hence I think paying the 1000ft entry fee is acceptable. The church itself isn’t massively ornate, but it’s historically interesting. The chapel underneath the church is worth a quick visit as well though it does feel a bit like a conference room. If youre in the area - it’s worth stopping by and having a look inside. It’s worth noting that the church also has a preserved mihrab prayer niche from dating back to the ottoman occupation of Hungary when the church was converted into a mosque.
Not really tourist-friendly, you get a little folder with a map of the cutural things in the church, and their names. Almost all things are without a informationplate that describes it, which is unfortunate bacause of the cultural value you could get. It was fairly empty of people, and me and my friend saw the start of a service of some kind which was really cool. On the plus side: Not many people there Beautiful church with beautiful decorations Cheap price (1000huf) Its still an active church Quiet Negative: Not much information about all the cool things they got Hard to see some of the things the've put in the folder bc of it being in an area you cant enter. The lady that sold the tickets didnt know english. She WAS very nice though, and told us about the downstairs part by gestures and hungarian.
I went to Budapest for working purposes and I really wanted to go inside to rest before taking my car in the parking next to the church and take a long trip by the highway. But, they wanted me to charge me to enter to pray in my church!! waf!!! How this is possible??
I was at a wedding ceremony in this church and liked the place a lot. It might not be as golden a fancy a Mathias Church, but it is sure worth seeing it!