I have been traveling west and east from Budapest, today I will go north along the Budapest–Szob railway line 70.
The history of Nagymaros is tightly attached to Visegrád, a medieval royal seat on the right bank of the Danube, which rises in high rock ore. Built on the narrow headland of the Visegrád side, Maros was the favorite residence of the rulers during the reigns of Lajos Nagy, Sigismund, and Matthias. The Maros plain facing Visegrád was particularly suited to holding knightly games, which flourished mainly in Matthias' time, but the Royal Courts of Vienna in 1572 mention the knightly games of Maros, arriving by ship for a few hours on Maros. In the diary of David Omichius Ungnad, printed ten years later, it reads: "We have come two miles from Esztergom to a market town on the left bank, called Maros. The court people in the aforementioned Maros town have had a lot of fun playing games." At that time, Maros was the temporary residence of the lords, who built mansions for themselves. (Wikivoyage)
Visiting now a station where the passenger service is suspended