If you are looking for a fun, cheap and easy way of taking in lots of the sights of Budapest you may consider using the Budapest metro. As the longest of the metro line Budapest’s M3 takes in a number of the sights of Budapest making it an interesting method of exploring the city.
Single metro tickets cost 300HUF each (or you can also buy a book of ten metro tickets for 3000HUF) so it makes sense to buy a Budapest Card if you are planning a Metro Sightseeing Trip.
Once armed with your Budapest Card you will be free to use the Budapest public transport system as much as you choose to whilst the card is valid.
A Sightseeing Tour on Budapest Metro Line 3
The following table lists all the stations on Budapest Metro Line 3 and the best tourist attractions near them.
Nearby Tourist & Sightseeing Attractions
Hungarian Natural History Museum (Magyar Természettudományi Múzeum)
Museum of Applied Arts (Iparművészeti Múzeum)
Corvin Pláza Shopping Centre
Hungarian National Museum
Deák Ferenc tér
Arany János utca
Nyugati Pályaudvar (Nyugati Railway Station)
WestEnd City Centre
Lehel téri piac / Lehel csarnok (Shopping Centre / Market Hall)
Dózsa György út
Budapest Metro Line 3 Map
The following map shows all the stations on Budapest Metro Line 3:
Budapest Metro Line 3 Sightseeing Photos
Below you will find photos of some of the monuments, important buildings and tourist attractions you will see if you go sightseeing on Budapest Metro Line 3:
Hungarian National Bank (Magyar Nemzeti Bank) Visitor Centre
Ronald Reagan Statue in Budapest
The Danubius Fountain in Erzsébet Square (Erzsébet Tér)
If you like the idea on using the Metro to get around the city take a look at our recommended sightseeing attractions on
Budapest’s Metro Line 1 (M1).
For more information about public transport, sightseeing attractions and things to do in Budapest see our Budapest Guide which is regularly updated.
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