Ferenciek Tere (Budapest Metro) - Connections


  • Bus: 5, 7, 7 Express, 8, 15, 73, 78, 112, 173 Express, City-bus
Budapest Metro
  • Vörösmarty tér
  • Deák Ferenc tér
  • Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út
  • Opera
  • Oktogon
  • Vörösmarty utca
  • Kodály körönd
  • Bajza utca
  • Hősök tere
  • Széchényi fürdő
  • Mexikói út
  • Örs vezér tere
  • Pillangó utca
  • Puskás Ferenc Stadion
  • Keleti pályaudvar
  • Blaha Lujza tér
  • Astoria
  • Deák Ferenc tér
  • Kossuth Lajos tér
  • Batthyány tér
  • Széll Kálmán tér
  • Déli pályaudvar
  • Kőbánya-Kispest
  • Határ út
  • Pöttyös utca
  • Ecseri út
  • Népliget
  • Nagyvárad tér
  • Klinikák
  • Corvin-negyed
  • Kálvin tér
  • Ferenciek tere
  • Deák Ferenc tér
  • Arany János utca
  • Nyugati pályaudvar
  • Lehel tér
  • Dózsa György út
  • Árpád híd
  • Forgách utca
  • Gyöngyösi utca
  • Újpest-Városkapu
  • Újpest-Központ
Under Construction
  • Kelenföldi pályaudvar
  • Tétényi út
  • Újbuda-Központ
  • Móricz Zsigmond körtér
  • Szent Gellért tér
  • Fővám tér
  • Kálvin tér
  • Rákóczi tér
  • Népszínház utca
  • Keleti pályaudvar
  • See also: BKV
  • HÉV
  • VEKE

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