Budapest Transportation

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    Balloon trip ower Budapest

    by hokomoko Written Oct 17, 2004
    Budapest balloon

    There is a balloon you can climb approximately 200 meters and can see around from the sky for a very affordable price...

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    Budapest Metro

    by hokomoko Written Oct 17, 2004
    Budapest metro

    One of the oldest metro system in Europe is Budapest subway system...Its good foe knowing how is the dayly life of Budapest people.

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    Suburban trains

    by fabikt Updated Sep 20, 2004

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    Local train services (HÉV) operate from Budapest to Csepel Island in the south of the city and to the nearby towns of Szentendre, Gödöllõ and Ráckeve.

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    Nyugati Station

    by frankcanfly Written Aug 5, 2004

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    I forget the name for now, but this is the train station on the north side of town. Trains to Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland originate here. Several other domestic lines start here too.

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    Deli Station

    by frankcanfly Written Aug 5, 2004

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    Located on the West side of town, this station serves mostly domestic train journies.... it's the least attractive station in Budapest.

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    Castle hill funicular

    by hokomoko Written Jun 29, 2004

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    Budapest funicular way

    The funicular is located near to chain bridge and also connected to tram stop there.Has also pedestrian stairways on both track sides.

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    Budapest Railway station

    by Filipdesmet Written Feb 8, 2004

    Budapest has a good Metro-system.
    But the trains have problems by times. Coming from Ljubljana (Slovenia), we stopped for about 3 times, without any reason or...).
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    Tram line worth to travel with

    by interrailerz Written Dec 30, 2003
    41-es

    You can see beautiful views by travelling Batthyany Square - St. Gellert Square by tram lines 19, 41. Here is a 41. Here in Lanchid stop (Chain Bridge)

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    Bus line to avoid

    by interrailerz Written Dec 30, 2003
    By the Chain Bridge.

    Don't use this bus line no. 86!!! You'll wait for hours in the traffic jams if you do! Use tram lines 19,41 and the HEV.

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    Funicular to Castle Hill

    by acemj Written Dec 11, 2003

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    The best way to get up to Castle Hill is to take the Funicular, which was built in 1870. It runs daily from morning to night.

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    Western Railway Station

    by acemj Updated Dec 11, 2003
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    The Western Railway Station was originally built in 1846, but the present structure was erected in 1874-77 and was designed by the Paris firm of Gustave Eifel.

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    Airport

    by Imbi Updated Oct 24, 2003

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    One View Inside the airport.
    There are international flights which fly from every big city of Europe.
    But most people go to Budapest by train entering from neighboring counties

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    Train, planeYou can also take...

    by Bigs Written Sep 12, 2002

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    Train, plane
    You can also take a ship from Vienna(Austria) or Passau(Germany)
    Take the metro
    Up to the castle there is a funicular. It´s starting at the end of the chainbridge!

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    Hungarian airline,not very...

    by zwack Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Hungarian airline,not very big but comfortable,and Hungarian airline can be flight the most place of the world.

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    If you are around Hungary...

    by zwack Written Aug 24, 2002

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    If you are around Hungary such like Austria,drive is a very good way to arrive.
    You can see,the highways in Budapest are very conveniently,they're through this city from around.

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