Budapest Metro 4 - Green line2020-09-20 16:52:56

Metro 4 is the fourth, or green line of Budapest Metro, and opened in 2014

The now opened section, 7.4 km in length and consisting of ten stations, will connect the southwestern Kelenföldi pályaudvar located in Buda, and the eastern Keleti pályaudvar in Pest, under the River Danube.

First plans for a fourth metro line were developed in 1972, but the track and list of the stations were finalized only in 1996. After several delays construction work started in 2004, and the first section with 10 stations opened in 2014. M4 have a transfer point for M2 at Keleti pályaudvar and for M3 at Kálvin tér station.

M4 Szent Gellért square

Metro 4 stops


Budapest Metro 4 Nearby places

Stop Szent Gellért tér:
Gellért Thermal Bath (20 m)
Gellért Hill (50 m)
Citadel (900 m)
Stop Fővám tér
Liberty Bridge (20 m)
Váci street (50 m)
Central Market Hall (70 m)
Stop Kálvin tér
Ráday Street (50 m)
Hungarian National Museum (100 m)
Stop Keleti pályaudvar
Keleti Railway Station (30 m)

M4 Mórizs Zsigmond square station 2

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