This stop, in particular, is my favorite of all the stops on the 11-kilometer route. There’s something ethereal and enchanting about the location. It’s unique since the children’s train is run entirely by children. Other than a few adult supervisors and the conductor (of course) all of the positions on the train are manned by kids. From ticket sales (you can get one on board for 800 forints) to changing the tracks and announcing arrivals – it’s all done by kids. The train is an open carriage during the warm seasons and goes through the best terrain that Budapest has to offer. So the train can be ridden all the way through as an activity in and of itself. You can take the whole route at once, or break up your trip and explore the surroundings of Normafa.