Cemeteries in Budapest

Cemeteries in Budapest, Hungary

Budapest Cemeteries

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  • Joël D
    Avignon, France2,432 contributions
    A place not too be missed once in Budapest !
    I firstly discoverd it in a cold winter in the 90's. It was covered of snow, and with almost nobody there...
    I returned to the cemetery twice this year, in March on my won, and with a friend in October. I spent hours there each time I visited it.
    Very helpul staff at the entrance and free map and booklet.
    A bit similar to the Père Lachaise in Paris. Amazing mausoleums and graves.
    I simply love the place !
    Written December 8, 2022
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  • love2travel21170
    Jerusalem, Israel65 contributions
    Thanks to Friends of Budapest Jewish Cemetery,many areas in this vast ,old Jewish cemetery are being cleared of trees and debris. It is a time consuming and expensive venture but so important to those of us who have relatives buried here!
    Even if you don't, there are some impressive graves and memorials to see that show how vibrant and large the Jewish community was before the Holocaust.
    Written November 5, 2019
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  • Swedenvacationers
    Sweden264 contributions
    Big cemetery in Budapest on the Buda side of the city. Among celebrities that are buried here are composer Béla Bartók, conductor sir Georg Solti and world class pianist Zoltán Kocsis.
    Peaceful to stroll around.
    Written August 18, 2021
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  • jbracer2
    London, UK16 contributions
    This cemetery is a crowded, overgrown, smaller yet much more intimate version of nearby Fiume cemetery. Even without an interest in the Jewish history it would be worth a visit. Even more impactful if you do. Easy tram access, and a must for visitors to Fiume
    Written July 29, 2019
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