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Budapest - train ticketsThe capital city of Hungary, located on the Danube river is considered among the most beautiful cities of the world. The city is divided into two parts in a natural way. Buda is the mountainous, green area with Royal Castle as its undoubtedly highest point reaching the XIII century. From the walls of the castle spreads the wonderful city panorama including located on the Danube river parlament, resembling the London one. You may come across more of such architectural accents in Pest, located on the other side of the river, lowlands area where beats the heart of the city. It is connected to the times when Hungary, as the part of the Habsburg Kingdom, was under the influence of Vienna and the Habsburg reign favorite style was neo-gothic. Budapest allows to commute across the city by the second old underground erected in 1896. Located in the city park Vajdahunyad Castle is worth visiting, architectural congestion of the most important historical buildings of Hungary and visit st. Margaret Island — a green sanctuary in the middle of the Danube river where you may benefit from wealth of the most popular in Budapest, thermal baths.

Train to Budapest

Budapest is perfectly connected with the neighbouring countries, including Poland. To Keleti train station you may go, among others, from Vienna, Warsaw and Cracow. The Nyugati provides connections to Bratislava, on the other hand. The trains run frequently, and the central location of the station makes them a great point to start sightseeing Budapest. The tickets for the train online as well as the connections may be acquired through PolishTrains.

The most popular attractions in Budapest:
  • Budapest Parlament
  • Castle Hills
  • Gellertai Mountain
  • Fisherman's Bastion
  • Széchenyi Chain Bridge
  • Heroes' Square
  • Hungarian National Museum
Railway stations in Budapest:

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