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Fiumei Road Cemetery

Fiumei ut 16-18., Budapest 1086, Hungary
+36 1 896 3889
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Huge, spacious and interesting

A very large cemetery, you can pick up a map at the main entrance and also pop in to the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Matt C
via mobile
It might not be Staglieno, but totally awesome as well.

Fumei Road cemetery was one of my favorite stops in Budapest. It's statues may not be as famous as... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Budapest, Hungary
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With its 170 years history the Fiumei Road Cemetery has by now become a cultic place just like Père-Lachaise in Paris. However, instead of the graves of Molière, Chopin and Jim Morrison, here you can see those of Ady, Jókai, Arany, Kossuth, Erkel, Faludy, Jancsó and Imre Kertész. Besides being the resting place of the prominent personalities of the Hungarian nation since 1849, the cemetery preserves the imprints of different historical eras. You will find the largest number of important personalities of the Hungarian history and culture buried here. Most of the tombs have historic value since they are works of reputable architects and sculptors. The grave park, that resembles an arboretum lies on 56 hectares, is also known for its rich flora and fauna. The unique graveyard has been under the management of the National Heritage Institute since 2016.
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Fiumei ut 16-18., Budapest 1086, Hungary
+36 1 896 3889
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A very large cemetery, you can pick up a map at the main entrance and also pop in to the information desk if you have any questions. The map was very useful in showing the main points of interest, however if you chose not to...More

Thank Matt C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Fumei Road cemetery was one of my favorite stops in Budapest. It's statues may not be as famous as the ones in Staglieno cemetery in Genova but it's definitely a cool place to visit and get lost exploring its rich history. The place is huge...More

Thank vickdawgzzzz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

After all the trouble in the city this is the place to go and calm down. What's that all about? However you struggle, it will end here anyways. You feel overwhelmed and stressed, then use thisnplace to get back to Earth. We have some very...More

Thank Olaf K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I enjoy walking through cemeteries to see all the incredible tombstone and mausoleum artwork they just don't make them like they used to. There are many famous people buried here.

Thank Creeping_Death_LA
Reviewed 31 August 2017

It turned out that I am drawned mostly to the silent places in all of my trips. This cemetery hasn't been an exeption. It is beautiful old and very well kept. If you need a lot of green around you, go here and enjoy.

Thank elizarova_sascha
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Really enjoyed our walk on Fuimei Cemetery. It's really big so you can spend many hours if you wish. It's really cool to see the graves of all those famous Hungarian people. Most of them I only know as street names or names of the...More

Thank Michelle v
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Fiumei Road Cemetery - also known as Kerepesi Cemetery - is probably best described as Hungary's answer to Père Lachaise. That should give you some idea of what to expect. First off, it's HUGE - 140 acres! You can get there by Metro (every ride...More

Thank Barry M
Reviewed 14 March 2017

If you are a history fan than it is worth to visit, as a lot of famous Hungarians has got their graves there. Otherwise, this is alittle bit outside of any main attraction

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 14 February 2017

Kerepesi Cemetery - easily accessible from Keleti Pályaudvar metro stop - is probably more attractive in spring and autumn, given its park-like setting. In early February, most of the trees are bare, except for the ubiquitous balls of parasitic mistletoe feeding off the limbs of...More

Thank starlightShanghai
Reviewed 1 February 2017

The cementery is very spacious which make it very calm. There are many trees so you feel like you are outside the city. The cripts and statues are very beautiful, they are more like monuments. I liked the fact that tumbs are not all packed...More

Thank yura_33
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Response from Olaf K | Reviewed this property |
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Response from Bridie K | Reviewed this property |
Hi, just to let you know that I have never had reason to be afraid or even apprehensive whilst visiting the KEREPESI cemetery. People are wandering around looking at the gravestones and it is a very open space. Apparently in... More