Back then, Budapest’s funicular was the second railway operating in Europe. The funicular had been meticulously reconstructed and rebuilt in a vintage style after being completely destroyed in a bombing raid of the WWII.

The Budapest Funicular was admitted to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1987. Currently it runs on a 95-metre route of 50 metres elevation and has two carriages – Gellért and Margit. The Buda Castle Funicular has two stations, one is at the Buda side of Chain Bridge and the upper station is on Buda Castle Hill, between the Royal Palace and Sándor Palace.

During your scooter tour you might see it from both ends, as we’ll cruise all around the Buda Castle District. Budapest funicular is something you don’t want to miss, since you are in Hungary. Join our sightseeing tour to make sure that you’ll get to discover this beautiful peace of Hungarian history!

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Rent an e-scooter in Budapest for 1-3 hours to discover the city at your own pace!

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Join our sightseeing e-scooter tours to cruise around the city and discover its treasures!