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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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Edmond
Edmond
June 4, 2020
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…
Sara
Sara
February 15, 2020
Budapest Castle Hill Funicular - Enjoy the ride & view on a historical cable car!
Dóra
Dóra
January 30, 2020
A really autentic way of transport to get into the Buda Castle!
Su
Su
January 7, 2020
The famous funicular riding up to the Buda Castle and Fisherman's Bastion. Must see! 07h30 - 22h00 One-way 1200 Ft Return 1800 Ft
Miki & Susy
Miki & Susy
October 15, 2019
Short trip to the Castle but spectacular view.

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