You can find on this page the Budapest tram map to print and to download in PDF. The Budapest trams map presents the network, zones, stations and different lines of the tramway of Budapest in Hungary.

Budapest tramway map

Map of Budapest trams

The Budapest tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Budapest tramways. This tramway map of Budapest will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Budapest in Hungary. The Budapest tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

BKV operates 27 city tram lines and 4 commuter railway lines into the suburban agglomeration. The once-extensive network of tram tracks and the brown striped yellow streetcars were a characteristic of Budapest, but the network was curtailed after the fall of Communism, owing to lack of funding. Line 4-6 is still the largest capacity tram-line in Europe as you can see in Budapest tramway map. The streetcar and cogwheel railway services are now set to have a renaissance as there is no further road capacity for bus lanes in Budapest. Financing is being sought from the EU to help replace the more than 40-year-old rolling stock, starting with new 54-meter long Siemens Combino Supra giants intended for the 4-6 line.

There are more than 40 different tram lines in Budapest, and you can distinguish them from the metro by their yellow colour as its shown in Budapest tramway map. While all the lines are helpful for locals, tourists will find the following services most useful. Line 2 | River Danube: Includes stops at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the House of Parliament, St. Gellert Hill, Buda Castle and more. Line 4 & 6 | Grand Boulevard: Includes stops near the Buda Castle, Citadel, House of Parliament, Rákóczi Square Market Hall, and more. Tram 6 operates all night long. Line 19 & 41V | Riverside: Includes stops near or at St. Anne Church, Gellért Hill, Gellért Spa, Citadella, Batthyány Square, and more. Line 47 & 49 | Best of Pest & Buda: Includes stops at the Hungarian National Museum, the Great Market Hall, the Liberty Bridge, Lake Feneketlen, and more. Line 61 | Forests of Buda: Includes stops at Bauhaus street, Körszálló (the Round Hotel), an enchanting forest, Hűvösvölgy and more.

Much like the metro, Budapest trams provide a lot of great stops that travelers and tourists might want to see. What sets this service apart from others is the greater accessibility and number of lines. The Budapest trams run from 4:30 am to 11 pm each day, and the most popular lines run every 5-10 minutes on average as its mentioned in Budapest tramway map. Typically, this service is a bit slower than the metro – especially when it comes to the most popular line, Tram 2 – but you probably wont have to wait an excessively long time. Every major tram stop will have a ticket machine nearby which you can use to purchase admission. Once you step on the tram, you will need to validate your ticket using the red, yellow or orange ticket validators on board.