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OverviewThe average travel time between Budapest and Zagreb is 6h33 minutes. The quickest route is 6h21 minutes. The first train leaving Budapest is at 06:05, the last at 14:45. There is an average of 2 trains a day between Budapest and Zagreb, leaving approximately every 6h40 minutes.
- Departure station : Budapest deli pu (Alkotás utca 1123 Budapest)
Budapest keleti p (Dohány utcai Zsinagóga VII. Dohány u. 2-8, Pest Budapest)
- Arrival station : Zagreb gl. kol. (Trg kralja Tomislava 12 10000 Zagreb)
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Budapest -> Zagreb
Main stations in Budapest and Zagreb
Budapest Keleti Train Station
Address: Dohány utcai Zsinagóga VII. Dohány u. 2-8, Pest BudapestOpening hours: Monday to Friday: 12am to 11:59pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12am to 11:59pm Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains, Intercity trains
Rail agents, Assistance for disabled persons and junior travellers, Lost and found, Tourist Information Point, Toilets, ATM and Phone cabins.
Travel inspiration in Budapest and Zagreb
Budapest, the capital city of Hungary
Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and also its largest city. The city is divided in two parts by the Danube River. The left bank is called Buda whereas the right bank is called Pest. Many European roads and railway lines lead to Budapest, which makes it an important city in terms of traffic exchange. Budapest is generally not our first choice destination when we are thinking holidays. Contrary to what most of us think, Budapest is an exciting city which can without doubt match the other capitals of Europe. With its architectural wealth, global flair, rich culture and spas, Budapest is a booming metropolis.
An interesting fact about Budapest is that is the only capital city in the world which has thermal springs. Indeed approximately 125 springs produce 70 million litres of thermal water a day. The thermal springs are known to have medicinal effects due to their valuable mineral contents.
Croatia’s capital and largest city, Zagreb is peppered with intricate Austro-Hungarian architecture, but its laid-back attitude is more in tune with its Mediterranean neighbours. The heady mix of café-culture, neo-Gothic cathedrals and medieval old town explains why Zagreb is known locally as Little Vienna.