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Tram line 47 & 49


A duo of retro trams travel an intriguing journey along Budapest’s Small Boulevard, connecting Pest’s centrally located Deák Ferenc Square with outer Buda districts, passing by several major sites along the way. The first stop is Astoria, followed by Kálvin Square and Fővám Square before crossing the Liberty Bridge to stop at Szent Gellért Square, and then roll along to Móricz Zsigmond Square, where the two tram lines split: tram 47 pushes towards the city’s suburban zones with Városház Square in Budafok being its final destination, while tram 49 covers a relatively shorter distance and concludes the journey at Kelenföld Railway Station in District XI. Taking a ride aboard one of these tram lines is like a mini excursion, splashed with vibrant city vistas, including the Great Market Hall, two of Budapest’s riverside universities (Corvinus University of Budapest and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics), and many other historic sites.

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