Religious Sites in Budapest

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Religious Sites in Budapest

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Belvárosi plébánia templom
Dating to the 12th century, this is the oldest—and, in terms of...
Religious Sites Around Váci utca
 
Evangélikus Templom & Evangélikus Múzeum
The neoclassical Lutheran Church sits in the center of it all...
Museums / Galleries, Religious Sites Around Deák Ferenc tér
 
Ferenciek templom
This pale yellow church was built in 1743. On the wall facing...
Religious Sites Around Ferenciek tere
 
Görög Ortodox templom
Built at the end of the 18th century in late-baroque style, the...
Religious Sites Around Váci utca
 
Kapucinus templom
This church was converted from a Turkish mosque at the end of...
Religious Sites Around Batthyány tér
 
Mátyás templom
The ornate white (er, sooty white) steeple of the Matthias Church...
Religious Sites Várhegy (Castle Hill)
 
Nagy Zsinagóga
Seating 3,000, Europe's largest synagogue was designed by Ludwig...
Religious Sites Around Astoria
 
Szent István Bazilika
Handsome and massive, this is one of the chief landmarks of Pest...
Religious Sites Szent István Bazilika
 
Szent Péter és Szent Pál templom
Its pale yellow steeple being one of Óbuda's core landmarks...
Religious Sites Óbuda
 
Szerb Ortodox templom
Built in 1688, this lovely burnt-orange church, one of Budapest's...
Religious Sites Around Váci utca
 
Tabán plébánia-templom
This church, whose steeple is a symbol of the old Tabán neighborhood...
Religious Sites Gellért-hegy and Tabán
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