Went up to the children’s railway via the cogwheel. Got to the top had a slight delay but what an enchanting experience We got off so we could get the chairlift down and we’re lucky enough to have snow! This is a must
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What an enchanting experience! We combined this with a ride on the cog railway (tram 60) and the chairlift and had a very pleasant afternoon in the hills. Thoroughly recommended.
The hubby and I came on the Children's Railway with our 2 friends. We got the bus up to the railway from Szell Kalman Ter and got off at Szechenyi-hegy station. It costs 700 HUF one way. It goes through a decent sized forest and...More
After a trip up to the Buda hills on both the "cog railway" and a bus we eventually found the Childrens Railway. We travelled through the wooded hills and were cared for by our young friendly hosts. Despite some language problems we had a wonderful...More
The trip is made all the more pleasurable by the fact that the train (driver aside) is staffed by children. They were polite and very helpful. The view from the top of the Buda Hills (20 minute walk uphill) and ride back on the ski...More
Taking streetcar number 60 up through the woods you arrive at the station for the narrow-gauge railway, where you purchase your tickets. The train is operated--with the exception of the engineer--by children aged nine to fourteen. Dressed in their uniforms I was reminded of one...More
Well worth a trip once you have taken the cogwheel railway up to the Buda Hills. A one way ticket from start to finish costs 700 florins. You can get off at a number of stops including the one which has the chair lift down...More
Cute little ride through the forest with short stops so you can hop off for some touring and then back on.