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Fiumei Road Cemetery, Budapest

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Cemetery Tourist Spot
Stroll through a park and learn about Hungarian history from the multitude of statues and mausoleums at Fiumei Road Cemetery. This famed cemetery is one of the largest in Europe, dating back to the mid-19th century. It's the final resting place of many important Hungarians, including politicians, artists, philosophers, and scientists. The gravestones and monuments are true works of art, some covered in vines. The grounds feature a lot of greenery that adds to the overall atmosphere. Be sure to wear good walking shoes if you plan to spend a bit of time exploring. There is no admission fee for visiting the cemetery. Use our Budapest trip itinerary planner to visit Fiumei Road Cemetery on your trip to Budapest, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • 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 a...  more »
  • 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 a...  more »
  • 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  more »