Inside the Train Station

Deák Ferenc tér
Train stations in Budapest are not always the same in design. This one is another interchange called ‘Deák Ferenc tér’ named after Ferenc Deák who is a minister of justice. You can find his picture on the 20,000 forint banknote.

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Tram 4 Old Version in Budapest

Tram 4 (old version) Budapest, Tram, Transport

The public transportation in Budapest city is quite amazing. In particular Tram #4, it crosses the Danube, makes half a circle in Pest, cross the Buda and goes to Uj Buda Kozpont. You are recommended to checkout the route in the evenings too. Seeing the Parliament when it crosses the two bridges. Using Budapest Card or at BKK.hu as it offers you more information about how to get tickets. 

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High Speed Rail

High speed RAIL

One of the advantage of Budapest is the proximity to every other parts of Europe. You can travel to many different surrounding European countries/cities by a high speed train or you can choose other modes of public transportation. The rail is sometimes a good choice if you want to have a nice view along parts of your journey. The experience can also be better than flying since you needn’t to go through the long waiting and the security checks. Some travel tips around Budapest/Hungary.

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Budapest Getting around with Public Transportation

Budapest Traveling around with Public Transportation

In Budapest, it is very convenient to travel around by the Public Transportation. If you will be in the city center, these yellow trams in particular number 4 and 6 gets you from point to point in minutes. The other popular tram line is number 2 which brings you to see beautiful architectural monuments in Budapest.


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