Central Hungary

Central Hungary consists of only one county, Pest County. Budapest, the capital of the country, is the administrative center of the county, but constitutes a separate territorial unit.


Large scale map of Central Hungary's subregions

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Commuter rail network

Get in

All area is very well connected by bus or/and train to/from Budapest. All Commuter rails (HÉV) except 'H7' reached the region. Density: three-six per hour all lines, all directions. Logo is:

Get around

Budapest based almost every public transport lines. This means sometimes must go first to Budapest and then out to your destination, even that means a much longer way.

Ferries of Danube river

Leányfalu boat station

Schedules and fares are indicative due to water, weather and other reasons


In the early 20th-century town hall of Abony
Biatorbágy viadukt
Exaltation of the Holy Cross Roman Catholic Church, Budakalasz
Lakes of Délegyháza
The former quarry of Diósd, now a geological park
Károlyi Palace of Fót
Patriot Monument, Isaszeg
Pillory stone before Reformed church in Kiskunlacháza
A diesel locomotive of Kismaros-Királyrét Forest Railway waiting at Kismaros station
Kemence from Air
Lencse Mountain mining memorial site, Kesztölc
The Thermal swimming pool of Leányfalu
Nagykovacsi from a nearby hill
Palóc folk costumes
Reformed church, Ócsa
Cellar lines of Páty
Palace of Pécel
Pilis, Former Beleznay Mansion
Reformed University Complex, Piliscsaba
Center of Pócsmegyer
Barcza Palace, Pusztazámor
British military cemetery, Solymár
Former Quarry, now a natural monument and excursion place
Grassalkovich-Pejacsevich Mansion in Szada
Freedom monument, Szabadsag (Freedom) Square, Tahitótfalu
Danube backwater in nearby Taksony
European bee-eater. A colony located close to Tápióbicske
Tapiogyorgye Outskirts


Danube Bend with Visegrád Hills

Stay safe

The tap water all area potable.

There are some quarry lake which is just partly usable for swimming. Also couple of its signed for nudist beaches in this region like Délegyháza (to the south) and Szigetmonostor to the north.

In hunting season (cca. Oct to Feb) look for warnings about some closed areas in forests and hills of Pilis

Wintertime some part of the Hills closed due to slip hazard

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