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Budapest Castle Hill Funicular

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ADULTS One Way: HUF 1,100 Return: HUF 1,700 CHILDREN AGED 3-14 One Way: HUF 650 Return: HUF 1,100 Children under 3: Free No discounts for OAPs. No travelcard discounts.
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I. kerület, 1013
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Kristóf
Kristóf
October 18, 2016
Castle Hill Funicular: until 1928, the world's second funicular was the only means of public transport to the Palace in Buda Castle. The special railway has a 95-metre-long track and carries 24 passengers in each of its carriages.
Ági
Ági
September 03, 2016
The Buda Castle Hill Funicular (Budavári Sikló) is a special railway in the 1st district of Budapest and a unique means of transportation to approach Buda Castle Hill. It was admitted to the list of UNESCO World Heritage List in 1987 as a major part of the landscape of the river Danube in Budapest…
Erno & Maria
Erno & Maria
June 17, 2016
Connecting the banks of the Danube and the Castle Hill, the Buda Castle Hill Funicular (Budavári Sikló) has been in operation since 1870. Its construction was initiated by Ödön Széchenyi, son of the stateman Count István Széchenyi. Back then, this was the second of its kind in Europe. It was…
Dávid
Dávid
June 05, 2016
The Funicular is the best and quickest (3 mins) way to reach the Buda Castle from the Buda side of the Chain Bridge. It costs about 1100 HUF 3.8 EUR one-way and 1700 HUF (5 EUR) for the return ticket. You should take the Funicular (or Sikló in Hungarian) upwards and you should walk downwards. It…
Dani&Dóri
Dani&Dóri
June 02, 2016
The special railway has a 95-metre-long track and carries 24 passengers in each of it carriages. Take the first carriage for the best view.