Many ferris wheels operate in cities all around the world and are known for their high popularity, especially among tourists.
Europe’s biggest temporary ferris wheel awaits tourists at one of the most emblematic squares of Budapest, Erzsébet square. It has 42 closed air-conditioned cabins, each for 8 persons, thus with a maximum capacity 332 people. One ride takes 10 minutes. It was built in 6 days and will remain in the city center for a couple of months.