There are three railway stations in Budapest, which will help travelers get around the country. Although they were named after points of the compass, this does not refer to their location within Budapest or the direction of departing trains, but the railway companies that originally serviced them. The Nyugati Railway Station (Nyugati pályaudvar; lit. transl: Western terminal), one of the oldest terminals of Budapest, stands alongside today's Grand Boulevard (Teréz körút). It was originally serviced by suburban railways. This impressive building, designed by the Gustave Eiffel Company, was opened in 1877. In recent years, trains departing from Nyugati also stop at the Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport.