I. Clark Ádam tér, Bus 16, 86, 105, Tram 19, Open: 7:30am-10pm daily. Closed for maintenance every second Monday
By far the most tranquil way of ascending Castle Hill to the Royal Palace is the Sikló. Originally opened in 1870, its main function was in providing cheap transport for local workers. Fortune has, however, not always favoured the two little cable cars. Wrecked by shelling in 1945, the Sikló was left in a state of disrepair until being fully restored in 1986.