For the "math scene" its in Visegrád...The Nagy-villám Entertainment Centre offers various programs for those who are looking for an active relaxation: canopy-, bob-, mini golf- and during wintertime a ski slope is awaiting its customers.
Hmm the first train looks like an overnight train from Prague to Budapest?
The second one which is green/white in color train(HÉV) and Paula/Natasha seen boarding is from Budapest to Szentendre station ?
Im thinking from that station they travel by bus or ferry to Visegrad.
The town of Visegrád is located on the no.11 main road, 43 km north of Budapest. It can be accessed by car or bus using this main road, or by boat on the Danube.
At MAHART boat station a scheduled boat service and pleasure boat service is operating. From Nagymaros direction the ferry connection provides the passanger and vehicle transport, which runs at least once an hour.
And does this map have any use? Click to expand on any area...The "maths scene is @ the top right corner of the map.(Nagy-villam in black)
jonnal, I have to say that I do not see what you see. The link showed pictures about a course in Hungary, but there was nothing about any train. Now, I find the possibility of a train unlikely for these reasons:
1. The store hours of operation just before the Intersection at Prague Castle was 10am. Tasks after that were shooting hockey goals at a rink, the DETOUR of BEER barrels or Statue photos, and the High Dive. All that had to take about 2 hours due to transportation primarily.
2. That means the earliest checkin at the pitstop was about noon. 12 hours later was 12am.
3. There is a night train leaving Prague at 0030 arriving Budapest 0832. However, I don't know if all of the top teams will make it. Any team missing it will be on the 0500 arriving 1232. Paula and Natasha probably won't even make that and will be on the 0732 arriving 1432.
4. What I am saying is that the race designers would not have wanted the separation that would be exacerbated by train travel. I expect that they will insist on moving toward bunching instead by using air transportation, in which all team will be together.