Inner-city Parish Church, Budapest
About Inner-city Parish Church, Budapest
Inner-city Parish Church, Budapest - Address
Address: Budapest, Marcius 15. ter 2., 1052, Hungary
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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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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Unfortunately it does not worth the entry fee. For 1000 forints you have nearly anything. You can visit the simple inside and the cave where you also have nearly anything. Nothing is written or explained and they shut down the lights after 10 minutes in the cave. I wouldn't suggest to anyone just if you really know the story of the church and this is your specificity.
Very much worth the entry fee, this is the most historic, oldest and newly renovated church, impressive organ and art exhibits. Take time for reflecting in peace and ideally pray a while.
Quite underestimated church of medieval origin with well preserved frescoes and renaissance tabernacles. Definitely worth to visit.
Clean, quiet sanctuary from the city outside. Peaceful church with simple exterior but elegant & decorated interior. Good place for a quick prayer, anytime.
Amazing gracious woman in desk. She tells you about all the church in perfect english. Church is huge with lots of details not to be missed. Take the cheap guide (1 euro) to learn about the church and its secrets. I liked the sculpture of a pregnant Virgin Mary, not an usual theme. There's a bone of a Saint engraved in the High Altar. And a great fresco from 14th century discovered by chance in 2010 behind a painted wall. Entry fee is 3 euros but it worths it.
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