As Christmas approaches, many people are becoming more cheerful and excited about the holidays. Many people buy presents for loved ones or start thinking about decorations. Some people, however, take a moment to enjoy the simpler things in life, like drinking a cup of mulled wine, visiting a Christmas market or hopping on Christmas trams.
What special trams can you take?
Budapest is always a wonderful city, and many people especially love the Christmas tram decorated with LED lights. It gives the city a warm, welcoming, cheerful, and festive winter look. However, other cities, like Miskolc, Debrecen or Szeged, have their own decorated Christmas trams as well.
What is more, there have been police cars decorated with lights in the past. Another interesting decoration in the city could be the festive Christmas stops where people can wait for the vehicles in front of a Christmas décor. But what do these wonderful decorations look like, and when can you hop on a decorated Christmas ride? No worries, we got you covered.
In this city, you may be able to take trams 2, 56A, 59, 69, 42, and 50. It is a good idea, however, to check the Christmas tram numbers and the schedule as there may be other trams to take.
This nice city also has a special tram. Starting from 26 November, passengers can travel on lines 2, 3, 3F, and 4. All you need to do is take trams 105, 204 or 214. Besides the tram, people can take the trolley bus on Friday and at the weekend. You can find it on line 5, looking for numbers 9-153.
The city’s Advent tram was chosen as Europe’s most beautiful tram four times. The tram looks like a gingerbread house on the outside. The decoration, however, is changed every year inside the vehicle. The tram is available to passengers from the first day of Advent until 6 January. You can take the tram on the route from Tiszai Railway Station and Felső-Majláth on tram line 1.
This city will look amazing with its cosy Christmas decorations. Of course, the Light Tram, as it is called, will also be around in the city. The tram will be decorated with lights, and passengers can catch it on line 1 and line 5 starting on 28 November.
Source: DNH, kulturaonline.hu, karacsonyszeretlek.hu