We woke to another bright, sunny morning and after a leisurely breakfast we set off for a ride on the Zugliget Chairlift in the Buda Hills. This chairlift is included in the Budapest Card, otherwise an adult return fare is HUF 1400. To get there we took Bus 291 from Nyugati Railway Station, the journey taking approximately 30 minutes. Zugliget is the terminating stop and the entrance to the chairlift can be seen from the bus stop.
Going up the Zugileget chairlift, Budapest
The chairlift was built in 1970 to connect Zugliget with János Hill, a distance of 1,040 m. The two seat open chairs are in motion at all times and passengers just need to stand in front of the next available chairs whilst the attendant slows down the mechanism. I’ve used this type of chairlift on skis but not without however it was very easy as the chair…
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