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montreal
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train station to Moszkva square

Can any one please tell me how to go from train station ( coming from Vienna ) to Moszkva square ? By bus or tram and how ?

Thanks to all

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1. Re: train station to Moszkva square

Which station?

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2. Re: train station to Moszkva square

If you are coming from Vienna, you will likely terminate at Budapest Keleti Station. Follow the signs at Keleti Station to the M2 Metro line (red line) as this goes all the way to Moszkva Ter. Tickets for the metro can be bought at the entrance to the metro station.

Edited: 21 March 2011, 04:36
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3. Re: train station to Moszkva square

You can cut down on travel time, if you buy your ticket to Budapest-Déli (International train from Vienna to Kelenföld, and change at Kelenföld to a train to Déli), as your train will stop at Kelenföld, which is 1 stop from Déli. You might spare up to an hour. And from Déli, the metro, or any tram or bus will take you to Moszkva square.

Edited: 21 March 2011, 11:05
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4. Re: train station to Moszkva square

Thank you all for your precious advices !

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