This attraction is quite simple (railway trip) but drivers are children and location is really forest and (small) mountians. So whatever season, it is nice to be transported like... read more
Adults drive the engines and children control the traffic and commercial...
Adults drive the engines and children control the traffic and commercial services on this narrow gauge railroad, which travels 11 kilometers through the woods and hills on the Buda side of the city.
The Gyermekvasút (English: Children's Railway) or Line 7 is a narrow gauge railway line in Budapest, which connects Széchényi-hegy and Hűvösvölgy and is 11.2 km long. Except the train driver, all of the posts are operated by children aged 10–14 under adult supervision. It is the world's largest Children's Railway.