Ordinary graveyards are usually not places visited by tourists, even though they reflect the culture of a community. (Certain old cemeteries are, of course, exceptions and very much visited, like the Pere Lachaise in Paris or the Colón in Havana or the Cities of the Dead in New Orleans or Cairo).
The cemetery in Turje is really pretty: usually the graves are nicely taken care of, and surrounded or covered by flowers.
This is my grand-grandparents grave. We visit it every year on All Saints day, bring flowers and light candles.
The Hill - "a hegy" - where most families have their vineyards is a nice place for a walk as well. This crucifix is on the Upper Hill (Felsohegy).