The Budapest Nyugati Train Station is the western station on the Pest side of the Danube River; `nyugati` means `western` in Hungarian. The staton was built in 1877 by the Eiffel Company; it predates Keleti train station by seven years.

Address: Teréz körút 55, 1062 Budapest

Transportation from the Budapest Nyugati Train Station:

Metro: Line 3 (blue)
Tram: Lines 4 and 6
Trolleybus: Lines 72 and 73
Bus: Lines 26, 91, 191, 291
Night bus: Lines 931 and 934

Trains using this station:

EuroCity (to Prague, to Kiev, to Hamburg, to Warsaw)
InterCity (to Zahony, to Miskolc, to Szeged, and to Debrecen)


Telephone access:
Telephone stands
Location: main concourse

International Code: 011
Country Code: 36
City Code: 1

Wi-Fi service:
Free WiFi and phone charging stations offered by third-party operators


Lifting devices enable the train and station staff to assist wheelchair users when boarding or alighting trains. Inquire locally for more informaiton.

Hours of operation:
2:30 a.m. to 12:50 a.m. daily

Baggage consignment:
Coin-operated lockers in the waiting room. It is accessible from the checkouts and from the corridor 14-17.
Hours: 2:30 a.m. to 12:50 a.m.

Lost and Found:
Hours: 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Track 10
+36 (1) 349-4949

Currency Exchange:
Banks and ATM

Places to eat in the station:
Restaurants and a buffet on-site.