From the spring of 2018, a new eco-friendly type of vehicle is taking passengers to major city landmarks in Budapest’s historic Castle District – a cute and comfy open-air minibus. Emblazoned with iconic Budapest photos, driven by experienced guides, and fully powered by electricity, these cool little coaches are already turning heads while tooling around the cobblestoned streets of the capital’s oldest neighbourhood, stopping at several sites near monumental attractions and high-quality restaurants.
The minibus starts every 10 minutes from Clark Ádám tér, on the Buda side of the Chain bridge. The first stop is at Dísz tér at the souvenir shop, in the proximity of the Royal Castle. The second stop is at Hess András tér just after Hilton Budapest, close to Matthias Church, and the third stop is in Kapisztrán tér in front of the Military History Museum, by the Church of Saint Mary Magdalene. Last stop is Várkert Bazár, opposite from Bárkert Bistro, close to Elizabeth Bridge. The minibus then returns to Clark Ádám tér.