See Budapest from a perspective you have never seen it before! Every weekend from 7 May to 31 October 2022, a cosy nostalgia tram will run in Budapest between Deák Ferenc Square and Katyń Martyrs’ Park, and another tram between Szent János Hospital and Csóka Street.
Travel on the N19 nostalgia tram and discover the unrivalled panorama of the Buda Danube bank. On your journey, you’ll pass imposing buildings, famous baths and market halls, bridges and lush parks. At Deák Ferenc Square, you can visit the Small Underground Museum and reach the Buda Castle Hill Funicular as well.
Get nostalgic with the N18 nostalgia tram running on the route Szent János Hospital-Széll Kálmán Square-Krisztina Boulevard-Szent Gellért Sqare-Bartók Béla Street-Csóka Street. From the shady trees of Városmajor, this line will take you to the Danube bank with its magnificent panorama, and then you can travel all the way to Csóka Street in Kelenföld.
According to bkk.hu, the modern transport history of Budapest goes back more than a century. Almost all of the iconic examples of Hungarian vehicle manufacture have been on the streets of Budapest, many of which have been successfully rescued and restored in recent years.
These unique-looking vehicles, representing different eras and once part of everyday life in Budapest, have been available for regular nostalgia trips during the summer season for the last 12 year. During the nostalgia season, which lasts from May to October, visitors can travel back in time on the Danube Bank with tram N19.
The popularity of nostalgia and retro services is demonstrated by the fact that thousands of passengers took them last season.