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Budapest Western Railway Station, Budapest

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
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3.2/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Even if you're not traveling by train, visit Budapest Western Railway Station and admire the original glass and iron architecture that dates back to the 19th centruy. The station, completed in 1877, was built by the same company that constructed the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Though most of the structure has been refurbished and replaced over the years, the station still has its original look. In addition to providing all the amenities a traveler needs, such as ticket offices and money exchange booths, the station also features a selection of places where you can enjoy a meal or a quick drink. Of course, from here you'll be well-connected to the rest of the city by streetcar and metro, or you can catch a taxi nearby. Put Budapest Western Railway Station into our Budapest family vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • To see but no reason to linger laba, homeless in front of people who drink wine in the bottle... Finally here I have no children but with children may not be top, after I can be bad timing because he y' has a lot of crossing at this location
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  • Remodeled the old facility to accept, but the laws do, it's like seeing the old building of the European common feeling. In order to use the train station itself, as well as tourist products it is possible to judge
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  • Is a station located in the big ring road north seems to have four railway in Budapest, but in the most beautiful and. Eiffel design office in 1877, iron and glass combination, we have created. Budapest's largest shopping mall ' Westend City Centre ' located next to the train station, is buzzing with activity throughout the day. Location was used as the station's café-restaurant in the early 1900's, rumors that the world's most luxurious room.
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