Budapest Keleti Railway StationCurrently Open
- Address: Budapest, 1087, Hungary
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids, Architecture , Station
Budapest Keleti Railway Station - Review
Keleti Railway Station is almost like the lifeline of Budapest as it is the main international station as well as the main intercity station of Budapest. The architecture of the place represents what the definition of modernity was when the initial main stations of Budapest were being built. This station was made between the year 1881-1884 and was one of the main terminals of Europe even during that era. Karoly Lotz has gifted this place with various mindblowing frescoes that adorn the inside walls of the station. The facade outside has statues of James Watt and George Stephenson- both of whom hold prominent places in history.
Budapest Keleti Railway Station Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Budapest Keleti Railway Station Hours
- Train schedule differs. Check the official website for train schedule.
How To reach Budapest Keleti Railway Station by Public Transport
- Nearby Subway Station: Keleti Palyaudvar
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Things to Know Before Visiting Budapest Keleti Railway Station
0.91% of people who visit Budapest include Budapest Keleti Railway Station in their plan
25% of people start their Budapest Keleti Railway Station visit around 8 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Budapest Keleti Railway Station
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Budapest Keleti Railway Station
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Budapest Keleti Railway Station, Budapest Reviews
Great location for a Budapest stay. Convenient for Metro or take a leisurely stroll into the centre. McDonald's nearby as well as some tasty restaurants. Spar shop has all you need for brews and a snack.
Well connected to metro and tram lines. As per European standards, this is a small train station and not that much clean, but this is Hungary not Switzerland or Austria
Very good place. Easy to manage. Beautiful architecture.
Beautiful from outside, but it's dirty and stinky and horrible from inside. Such a shame they let a historical place like this became the home of dirt.
Be careful to the metro ticket inspectors or controllers. Some people among them are extremely unfriendly to the TOURISTS, and unable to communicate with. If something ruins my impression of Budapest, I would say it is the rude inspector woman and this notorious inspection system.