Ráckeve (German: Rautzenmarkt, Serbian: Српски Ковин, In the early Middle Ages called Ábrahámtelke, Old Serbian: Kiskeue ) is a town on the southern end of the Csepel Island in Pest County about forty km south of Budapest. The newer part located on east side of Danube river. The almost ten thousands residents are mostly Magyars, with minority of Serbs.

Get in

By train

By bus

Volanbusz bus lines from HÉV Station bus stop: #665 depart from Ráckeve, vasútállomás (train station) to Szigethalom via Kiskunlacháza #669 depart from Ráckeve, vasútállomás (train station) to Dömsöd, Kossuth L. u. 136. via Kiskunlacháza train station, #670 going to Kiskunlacháza train station, #671 to southeast to Dömsöd, Kossuth L. u. 136., #697 to south, to Makád, #698 depart southwest to Lórév, #675 to south, to Makád, #676 to south to Ráckeve, Bus Round.(the last two both just passing), #676 Budapest, Vermes Miklós utca- via Tököl.

Get around



A part of the iconostas of Our Lady Serbian Orthodox Church
St John Catholic Church


Savoyai Castle
The statue of Árpád
St. Emeric Highschool
Danube at Rackeve

Further afield

Pillory stone before Reformed church in Kiskunlacháza



Arpad bridge with the Town



Fountain of János the Valiant


More than a dozen accommodation waiting you, from camping to four star hotel categories.


Ráckeve postal code is: H-2300. Area Phone code: 24.


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