“Experience the atmosphere of the European Championship while travelling!” – this is how BKK (Budapest Transport Centre) describes the fan trams. On the day of the matches of the Hungarian national team, a familiar atmosphere will be created in the city for those who choose public transport.
The Budapest Transport Centre (BKK) prepared travel restrictions for this Saturday’s Hungarian-French football match, and in their Friday announcement, they also warned that significant closures are expected in the vicinity of the Puskás Arena.
It is worth travelling to the match mainly by metro number 2 and 4, which travel significantly more often than usual, and by tram 1, as there were closures on the main roads. The arena can be reached on foot from Keleti Railway Station and Ferenc Puskás Stadium.
Anyone who chooses public transport during the European Football Championship can have this special experience. On the day of the matches of the Hungarian national team, the downtown routes will ensure the well-desired atmosphere, and until the end of the European Championship, the passengers can also meet the Volkswagen tram for fans, BKK reported in a statement sent to our editorial office.
“With the start of the European Football Championship, Volkswagen’s tram was decorated to join fans and will be on its way on tram lines 4 and 6,”
writes BKV Zrt.
Volkswagen’s tram for fans is on its way, which can be seen by those using public transport on tram lines 4 and 6. You can travel on the decorated tram of BKV Zrt. until July 11, the end of the European Championship. The 2040 Combino is not just special from the outside, your trip will be even more colourful because of the unique announcement of sports commentator Gábor Méhes on board the vehicle.
On the days of the Hungarian matches, the messages of sports commentator Richárd Faragó can be heard on the downtown routes. In addition, the Budapest Transport Centre intends to further enhance the excitement of the European Championship with vehicle signs, public area courier display signs, and audio announcements.