This railway station is the oldest of Budapest
and it's at the edge of
the heart of the city where you find all the attractions and great
architecture. Actually the railway station itself is considered an
attraction. See it
The railwaystation is situated on the pest side of the Dabube river, an
not too far from the Danube nearby the place where there is an island
in the middle of the Danube, and a little bit more towards the heart of
the city, where you find most the the bridges across the Danube. See the location
from the air.
The railway station is located on a 30 to 40 meter wide boulevard
km long, making half a cercle around the heart of the city, linking a
bridge using the Southern tip of an island in the
river Danube in the
north and another bridge over the Danube just South of the heart of the
city center. Between these 2 bridges are 3 more bridges over the river
4 star Hotel
Marmara Hotel Budapest on Nagy Ignac Street at a distance of 500 meter
from the railway station, seems to be located in the heart of the city.
From this railway station there seems to be a rail link to the only
in 2009. The Western Railway Station (nuygati)
seems to be the only railway station with this kind of service and with
around 2 to 3 trains an hour, it's very easy.
The trip between Budapest Western Railway Station and the airport takes
about 25 minutes.
At the airport the railway station is loacated near terminal 1. So, if
you are not flying to or from terminal 1 (for the low cost arlines), it
seems that you need to take bus 200E from terminal 1. There is a
prdestrian walk between the railway station at the airport and terminal
The airport is located 10 miles east-southeast of the city center.
As explained above, if you arrive at this railway station, from the
airport, you will find yourself in the heart of the city.
In 2009 it seems that all international trains for Budapest are
arriving and departing from it's largest railway station, which is the Keleti railway station