Batthyány Square

In Budapest, the capital of Hungary, there is a funicular railway that can also be referred to as the Budavári Sikló or the Budapest Castle Hill Funicular. Both of these names refer to the same attraction. It connects Adam Clark Square and the Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which are both located at river level, to the Buda Castle, which is situated higher up. The first train ran on this route on March 2, 1870, and the municipality has owned it since 1920 when it first came into their control.

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