386 Route 75. AGRAM. From Budapest
a Croatian county on the right bank of the Drave, has 10,370 inhab. and
an old chateau of Count Erdody (branch-line to Golubovec, 21 M.). — From
(IO72 M.) Warasdin-Teplitz a diligence plies thrice daily in l'/4 hr. to (572 M.)
the celebrated sulphur-baths of Teplitz or Conslanlins-Bad, known to the
Romans as Thermae Constantinianae. — From (47 M.) Zabok a branch runs to
the N.W. to (10 M.) Krapina-Teplitz (Curhaus), the baths of which are
very efficacious in cases of rheumatism, gout, etc. — 62 M. Zapresic is
the junction of the Steinbriick and Agram line (p. 195).
174'/2 M. Polstrau (pretty ciborium in the church); 182 M. Frie-
dau, on the Drave; 188i/2 M. Gross-Sonntag; 195 M. Moschganzen.
— 200 M. Pettau is an old town with a chateau and the 14th rent.
church of St. George, containing good sculptures and wood-caning.
The line now crosses the Drave and traverses the broad Pettauer Feld
via Stemthal to (207 M.) Pragerhof (p. 194).
75. From Budapest to Fiume via Dombovar and
377 M. Railway in 17-213/4 hrs. (fares 16 fl., 11 fl. 60 kr., 8 fl.).
Budapest, see p. 323. We start from the Central Station. Beyond
(5 M.) Budapest-Franzstadt we cross the Danube and reach (8 M.)
Budapest-Kelenfbld (p. 384). The line to Stuhlweissenburg (p. 384),
which diverges to the left at (12y2 M.) Budafok (Promontor), is
crossed just before we reach (20 M.) Erd, the village of which name
lies to the left on the Danube (p. 369). 29 M. Ercsi (p. 369), with
so-called Roman entrenchments. The line now quits the Danube
and runs to the S.W. through the wide plain or puszta. 38i/2 M.
Adony-Szabolcs; 47 M. Sdrosd. — 57 M. Sdrbogdrd (Rail. Restaurant).
A Branch Railway leads hence via Cece, Nagy-Dorog, and (3572 M.)
Tolna-Mbzs, i*U M. to the W. of the town of Tolna on the Old Danube
(p. 370), to (4072 M.) Szegszard, a town of 14,950 inhab., at the foot of
the Cserhdt Mts., with vineyards and considerable wine-trade with France.
At (68 M.) Simontornya we cross the Sid Canal or Palatinal
Canal; and thence we skirt the Kapos Canal via Hidegkut-Gybnk
(branch to Tamdsi-Miklosvdr, 8 M.) and several other small stations,
to (107 M.) Uj-Dombovar (branch to Szt. Lbrincz, p. 382) and
(108i/2M.) Dombovar (Rail. Restaurant; branch to Bdttaszik, 41 M.).
The railway quits the Kapos Canal at (126'/2 M.) Kasposvar
(Rail. Restaurant; Lamm; Krone), with considerable grain-trade.
The following stations are unimportant. From (152 M.) Somogy Szobb
branches diverge to (29'/2 M.) Bares (p. 381) and to (37y2 M.) Bala¬
ton Szt. Gybrgy (p. 385). 164 M. Csurgo. 166 M. Zakany (Rail.
Restaurant), on tbe Drave, is the junction of the line from Mura
Keresztur to Bares and Fiinfkirchen (p. 381).
The Agram line crosses the Drave and enters the wooded and
hilly region of Croatia. Most of the stations are unimportant. 181 M.
Kopreinitz (Hung. Kaproncza), with a fine old castle ; 199y2M. Kreuz
(Hung. Kbrbs; pop. 3655), chief town of a district.
236 M. Agram. — Hotels.TyAisER von paiEgaEicp (Pi. d; c, 2),
Ilica 4, on the Jellaiis-Platz, R. from 70 k"r."f "Grandhotel, Hotel Pruck-
nee (PI. b; C, 2), llica 6 ajd 44; Lamm (PI. c; C, D, 2), Nikolicgasse 7,