Árpád Monument, Serbian Orthodox Church, Calvinist church, Roman Catholic Church

In Ráckeve

Árpád Monument

The only Árpád Monument outside Budapest is next to Castle Savoya on a little square. On its base the celebration of the birth of Árpád’s son, Zsolt is shown.

Serbian Orthodox Church of Assumption

Built in 1487, Hungary’s only surviving Gothic Serbian church.

Address: 1 Viola utca, Ráckeve, 2300

Admission fee.

Calvinist church

It was built in 1913, in neogothic style, on the place of a Gothic church with medieval base.

Address: 4 Kossuth Lajos utca, Ráckeve, 2300


Roman Catholic Church

The church, built at the end of the18th century in Louis Seize style, has its inside secco made by the Munkácsy Award-winner artist, László Patay, who lived in Ráckeve.

The church can be visited with a previous registration from 1st April to 30th September at the following times:

Tuesday - Saturday:  9:00-12:00

Thursday -Saturday: 13:00 -16:30

Sunday: 13:00-17:00