Eastern Railway Station

The largest station in the capital (international traffic) has a façade in the eclectic style. There you can see the statues of James Watt, inventor of the steam engine and George Stephenson, inventor of the steam locomotive. Come in and see the hall, decorated with murals. The long Rákóczi avenue which leads to this station also goes to the Baross tér where you can see the statue of Gábor Baross, the Minister of Transport who developed the Hungarian railway network.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Kerepesi út. 2-6

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