Rackeve is a town on Csepel Island in Hungary. It is situated in the Pest County. Rac is a name formerly used in Hungarian to designate Serbs, who lived, among other, in the medieval Serbian state of Rascia at the time Hungarians came to Europe and first met the Serbs. The town gained this name because it was founded by the Serbs and a large Serb population lived in it.


The Catholic church was designed by Pataki Laszlo. The Fresco-secco in the church is worth seeing.

The Calvinist church is built in Neo-Gothic style in 1913.

There is the Savoyai Castle in the town, built in baroque style in 1702-1750.

There is also an Arpad Museum.