Nagyvárad tér (Budapest Metro)

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Nagyvárad tér
Budapest Metro station
M3 Nagyvárad tér 1.jpg
Location Budapest
Coordinates 47°28′45″N 19°05′20″E / 47.47911°N 19.08899°E / 47.47911; 19.08899Coordinates: 47°28′45″N 19°05′20″E / 47.47911°N 19.08899°E / 47.47911; 19.08899
Platforms 1 island platform
Structure type cut-and-cover underground
Depth 7.06 m
Opened 31 December 1976[1]
Preceding station   Budapest Metro   Following station
Line 3

Nagyvárad tér is a station on the M3 (blue) line of the Budapest Metro. The area around the station is home to several hospitals and the Semmelweis University medical school. The station is named after the adjacent square Nagyvárad tér, which named after the former Hungarian city of Nagyvárad (now, Oradea, Romania).


  • Bus: 281
  • Tram: 24


  1. ^ Ágnes Medveczky Kovácsyné: 25 éves a budapesti metró ("Budapest Metro is 25 years old"), BKV, Budapest, 1995