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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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Miki & Zsuzsi
Miki & Zsuzsi
October 15, 2019
Short trip to the Castle but spectacular view.
September 19, 2019
The funicular helps you to rech the castle from the bank of the Danube! The view is priceless!
September 05, 2019
Who wants to enter to Buda Castle. This is a exciting transport mode.
July 05, 2019
Connecting the Danube bank with the Castle Hill, the Funicular (Sikló) was first put into service in 1870. Back then, it carried clerks and public officials up to do a day’s work in Buda Castle. Destroyed during the war, it wasn’t restored until 1986, when it was given a vintage appearance and soon…
May 16, 2019
Every day 7:30 - 22:00 (the cash-desk closes at 21:50) It runs continuously in every 5-10 minutes according to the passenger demand. The Funicular is closed on every Monday on odd weeks during the period of the maintenance works, unless these Mondays are on public holidays. In this case,…

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