The blue metro line, or M3 Budapest metro runs from north to south. You will very likely use some of the M3 metro stations in the city centre of Budapest, like Nyugati Train Station (also a metro station) or Arany Janos street station.
M3 Blue Metro Line – Budapest
- Nyugati Train Station & Metro Station: you can use the station for your Budapest Airport Transfer, or to see the Eiffel design and the beautiful architecture of the Nyugati train station.
- Arany Janos street station is very close to Budapest’s biggest cathedral, the St Stephen’s Basilica
- Kalvin Square is a good spot to start your walk to either Raday street (a walking street full of restaurants, cafes and more) or to the Central Market Hall (Vasarcsarnok) in Budapest. In addition, you can visit the Hungarian National Museum too.
- Corvin Negyed metro station is the closest to the Museum of Applied Arts, one of the highlighted Art Nouveau buildings in Budapest. Corvin quarters is about a 5 min walk to the river Danube and Petofi Bridge, so it is relatively close to Budapest Ludwig Museum (about 10 minute walk towards Rakoczi Bridge), the place for contemporary art exhibitions, and the neighbouring Palace of Arts (MUPA) with loads of classical music, jazz, swing, etc. music events in Budapest