Train Budapest → Zurich
Duration 11h15 - From $58
Whet your appetite for Hungary Delicious goulash. Fragrant paprika. sweet vizsla dogs and kerchief-clad ladies relaxing beside the Danube, which splits Budapest, into two sections – Buda and Pest. One of the bigger train stations – the Keleti – is on the Pest side. You can arrive from major, central Europe capitals like Vienna in just 3 hours by train. Budapest is larger than you might expect. If you plan on staying on the Buda side, which is decidedly more suburban, you’ll require the use of a tram to get there from the Keleti station. Learn more about Budapest
A highly advanced city, Zurich still offers utmost beauty Zurich in a word ? Precision. Or perhaps – perfection. Where else but Zurich can you find an award-winning airport, dazzling city activities, and also Alpine splendor so close at hand. European train systems do run like clockwork, especially in Switzerland. Trains between the Zurich airport and main city center station run every few minutes, as well as to other towns in the area such as capital Bern and St Gallen. Learn more about Zurich
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"we enjoyed or trip from Salzburg to Zurich - we had a first class pass and would thoroughly recommend the extra money - ! But please note the seats we paid to be reserved were not reserved for us on any of our trips ! "