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Tram Number 2

Budapest, Hungary
+36 1 461 6500
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  • Very good36%
  • Average9%
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“tram line” (24 reviews)
“travel pass” (9 reviews)
LOCATION
Budapest, Hungary
District V / Inner City
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Just take the tram from the parlement until it leaves the Danube or vice versa. There you’ ll find the nicest views. Be sure to validate your tickets and don’t pick a seat next to a scratched window it messes up the views. I really...More

Thank ToemkeWTM
Reviewed 1 week ago

Start at the southern end - Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art - and continue beside the Danube all the way north past the Parliament Buildings to the terminus at Jászai Mari Square. Do a return trip, and you can see the bridges and buildings on...More

Thank Larry C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is just a tram, which a lot of locals use to get around. With that said, it is pretty special in its route, which runs within 50 meters of the Parliament building, and right next to the Danube along much of the Pest bank...More

Thank NickPaddy16
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This tram provides an easy and quick overview over the most famous sights along the Danube. It is accessible with the normal public transport ticket.

Thank darkdragon-001
Reviewed 7 November 2017

This is a great and inexpensive way to see and get to the sights along the Danube. It is very convenient for the Parliament Building and surrounding area.

Thank Laurie S
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

A nice way to explore the Pest side of the Danube and at the same time experience the view of the Bridges Chain Bridge, Liberty Bridge etc. Tram 2 takes you from Hungarian Parliament to the end on the Pest side and gives spectacular views...More

Thank siddhant k
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

Free with travel cards and rubs on the pest bank. Good connections. Can hop on and off. Goes around the parliament building, to the wake gallery and the concert hall etc.

Thank Ian S
Reviewed 15 October 2017

Catch a tram? Why not! Especially if it's free! And it is free if you are an EU citizen age 65 or over. Just make sure you have i.d. such as your passport - or a copy of your passport page should an inspector or...More

1  Thank RangerRoger
Reviewed 14 October 2017

Budapest public transport is extremely cheap, especially by buying a carnet of 10 tickets for 3000HUF. After buying the tickets it's essential to validate one per journey by punching it at one of the ticket machines at the entrance to a metro station, beside the...More

Thank laNyonsaise
Reviewed 7 October 2017

Quite good coverage network and frequent services, can cross link busses and subway to get better coverage. Day pass tickets are reasonable value. The old trams like in the picture are not so good as the other quieter smoother mote comfortable newer types which seem...More

2  Thank NeilandRyoko
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gamesterry
8 August 2016|
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Response from lm-gym | Reviewed this property |
Get on the tram at the "Nagycsarnok" or "Fovam ter", in the North direction. Go to the terminal at "Jaszi Mari ter" or get off one stop before that at the "Parlament". Walk over to the tram stop in the opposite direction... More
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rubyd69
24 June 2016|
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Response from filmex | Reviewed this property |
I think the question has been answered..Certainly the safest way is a One day,three day or 7 day ticket..o cover The Trams , The Buses and the Metro..No validation is necessary..Just show the ticket..However if you buy... More
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stauffertl
8 June 2016|
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Response from Michael T | Reviewed this property |
Tourist ticket - valid for 72 hours from the indicated date (month/day/hour/minute). Enables unlimited travel on buses, trams, undergrounds, trolleys, cogwheel railway and local trains within the boundaries of Budapest... More
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