The latest 360-degree short film introduces a route that is also well-liked by tourists: viewers can also get familiar with the first underground railroad in continental Europe by following the guide riding a MOL Bubi bike all along Andrássy Avenue above the path of the railway. Visitors to Budapest can explore many interesting buildings and sights on this route and thanks to the applied 360-degree filming technology, those attractions can now be admired in this video, too.
Thanks to the innovative filming technique, viewers get to see the surroundings in full rotation if they wish, and have a unique, virtual reality experience. The films have English subtitles to encourage foreign tourists not only to visit the Hungarian capital, but also to try out the public bikes.
Public bikes are the latest addition to public transport with the aim of offering passengers a new travel alternative for short trips in the city. Each bike hire with a MOL Bubi ticket or pass is free for 30 minutes which is sufficient time for exploring a few sites in the city centre on routes that are not covered by other public transport vehicles. For longer sight-seeing adventures though, it is still recommended to return your bike within half-an-hour and take a new one.
More information about use and fares is available at molbubi.bkk.hu