5 odd transport methods in Budapest

1) Cog-Wheel Railway

Officially called tram no. 60, this railway serves the Buda Hills; it was inaugurated in 1874. The cogs are in the middle, the fitting steel wheel helps to overcome the difference in height. Since 1926 it is powered by electricity. It has ten stops, the total travel time is about 20 minutes. The tram carries bicycles, too.

the cog-wheel railway in Budapest

Between II. Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor and XII. Széchenyi hegy

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