Kerepesi Cemetery, Budapest

Kerepesi Cemetery, Budapest - Address

Address: Budapest, Fiumei ut 16, 1086 Hungary

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 07:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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About Kerepesi Cemetery, Budapest

If you are looking for a conventional cemetery, then you are in for a surprise. This cemetery is the oldest in Budapest and has been preserved almost as a heritage site since time immemorial. It is spread almost over 56 hectares of land and is also one of the oldest outdoor cemeteries in the country. The first burial that took place here was in the year 1929, which was almost after 2 years of its founding. After that, a lot of Hungarian noblemen have been buried here. Famous writers, statesmen, artists, composers, architects- people of a high reputation rest here after passing away. The sculptures of the statues is worth seeing as it is done with utmost precision.

Kerepesi Cemetery Information

  • Guided tours are available. You can opt for one to visit the prominent graves of the cemetery. 

Kerepesi Cemetery Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Kerepesi Cemetery by Public Transport

  • Nearby tram station: Magdolna utca

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  • A very interesting place. Recommend

  • A very nice graveyard in the town, where formerly all officials were buried. You can find tombs with historical names there.

  • A beautiful cemetery! Some parts are unfortunately very neglected, the toilet is also ugly, the neighbourhood is not the best... but still, it is worth to take a walk here for some of the statues and gravestones! Locals come here on the 1st of November, then it is the most beautiful with all those candles and flowers.

  • Quiet and silent, as expected for such a place like this. Went in autumn, for me the best period to go.

  • A beautiful, quiet, monumental memorial park. Ideal for a gentle walk far from the noises and the city

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