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Travelling to Budapest

By airplane

Budapest airport (Budapest Ferihegy) is an international airport located 24km (15 miles) southeast of Budapest.
Budapest airport is reachable with many airlines from other major cities around the world.

For competitors travelling from Europe we recommend Wizzair, a low fare but good quality airline.
The earlier you book, the lower the price.

By train

Budapest can be reached by train from 25 major cities in Europe. The national railroad is organised by MÁV.
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By coach

You can travel to Budapest by coach with Euro Lines from major cities in Europe.

By car

Try Google Maps for planning your car trip to Budapest.

Travelling inside Budapest

Public transport in Budapest is cheap, efficient and simple to use. The network combines the underground, trams, buses, trolley buses and trains. Tickets can be bought at metro stations and newspaper stands; they are valid for one trip or several days and must be validated prior to travel.
The Budapest Card combining travel, entry to museums and discounts on many other attractions is well worth buying.

To hotel

From airport: Bus 200E to Kobánya-Kispest METRO terminal, METRO 3 to Deák Ferenc square then TRAM 47
From venue: BUS 114
From Kelenföld train station: BUS 103, then TRAM 47
From Déli train station: TRAM 18
From Keleti train station: METRO 2 to Deák Ferenc square then TRAM 47
From Nyugati train station: METRO 3 to Deák Ferenc square then TRAM 47
From Kosztolányi Dezso square: BUS 214 AND 114
From Móricz Zsigmond circus: TRAM 41 AND 47
From Deák Ferenc square: TRAM 47

To venue

From hotel: BUS 114
From Móricz Zsigmond circus: BUS 33
From Center of the City (Rákóczi út): BUS 233E (during rush hour on weekdays)
From Kosztolányi Dezso square: BUS 213 and 114
From Szent Imre Square: BUS 138

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