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By air

Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport
Reach the city centre

By public transport
If you take the 100E bus, you can reach all 4 underground (metro) lines, and the terminus is in Deák Ferenc Square in the Inner City. You have to purchase a separate ticket which are available at BKK ticket machines, the Budapest GO application, or from the driver. Take bus 200E to KÖKI Terminal - Kőbánya-Kispest metro station, from there take metro M3 to Deák Ferenc Square. You can use a common BKK ticket, which you can buy from a BKK ticket machine, in the Budapest GO app or from the driver.

By Fötaxi
The official Budapest Airport's official transport partner and taxi service provider; bookings can be made at the Fötaxi stands at the entrances to Terminals 2A and 2B.
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By Airport shuttle minibus service

You can order this service on the website of miniBUD at or at the airport customer service desks of miniBUD.

Railway stations
Nyugati Station: +36 1 349 4949 (M3 metro line)
Keleti Station: +36 1 349 4949 (M2 metro line)
Déli Station: +36 1 349 4949 (M2 metro line)

Bus terminals
Népliget: +36 1 219 8040 (M3 metro line)
Stadionok: +36 1 220 6227 (M2 metro line)
Árpád híd: +36 1 412 2597 (M3 metro line)

Public transport

Budapest has an extensive public transport network, with 285 bus lines, 35 tram lines, 15 trolley bus lines and 4 underground lines serving the customers, but you can also travel by cog-rail, HÉV local railway service, funicular, or lift-chair. BBK’s services run from 4:30 am to 11:30 pm, while during the late night to dawn, you can reach almost any point of the capital if you take the night bus services and tram No 6, which runs both during the day and at night. You can purchase tickets via the BudapestGO mobile phone application or from the BKK ticket machines, available in many points of the city and at the points of sale. More information: +36 (1) 325 5255.
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Please find the Daytime transport service here:
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By car

Motorway vignettes are mandatory on Hungarian motorways M1, M2, M3, M5, M6, M7 and on certain sections of the motorways, broken down by county. Vignettes can be purchased online ( or from major petrol stations. In Hungary, like in other European cities, the Highway Code based on the Vienna and Geneva Conventions is the current traffic rules. More information: +36 36 587 500
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Parking tips!
Budapest is divided into zones, so different tariffs may apply for public parking in the different zones. Always use the pay machine nearest to your car and insert the required amount of money of the types of coins as indicated on the play machine and place the voucher behind the windscreen of your car. Alternatively, you can send a text message to the number indicated on the pay machine to start a parking session from a Hungarian mobile phone number. Apart from the parking tariffs, the parking obligation may vary by area, but usually you have to pay for parking everywhere between 8.00 am to 8.00 pm on weekdays and it is free at weekends (except for the tourist zones, such as the Buda Castle).

By Taxi

Several taxi companies operate cabs in the capital, which can be recognised by their yellow colour, the “Certified Budapest Taxi” sign on the left front door and their yellow number plates. You are in an official Budapest taxi if the driver has his photo ID and a table showing the fixed official tariffs of Budapest taxi services, displayed on the dashboard and on the windows of the two rear doors. (The basic fare is HUF 1000, the kilometre rate is HUF 400, the waiting fee is HUF 100 per minute. - 2022.05.30.) All major taxi companies (Főtaxi, Citytaxi, 6x6, Bolt) have their own apps, through which you can calculate fares with great accuracy and you can order a cab.

Getting around Budapest

Budapest is a compact city that is relatively easy to get around. Most public transport lines run from 4.30 am to 11.30 pm, but its comprehensive night bus network as well as the 24-hour tram 6 on the Grand Boulevard mean you should have no problem getting home at any hour. 
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BKK app
Our tip: Download the BKK app on your phone, its live timetables will ensure you know exactly when the next tram, bus or metro will be arriving. Let’s highlight some of Budapest’s special transport lines and means. The city has 4 metro lines. Metro 1 (also known as the Yellow Metro) is the oldest in continental Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This line takes you from Vörösmarty Square in the pedestrian zone along under Andrássy Avenue to Heroes’ Square and the City Park.
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Public boat

The best way to see the River Danube is from a public boat. These boats operate from May to September. You can travel through the city docking at some of its most famous landmarks, such as the Hungarian Parliament, Margaret Island and Gellért Hotel. You can buy your ticket when you board the boat.
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MOL Bubi public bike
The MOL Bubi public bike system is an environmentally friendly method of public transport ideal for short rides to explore the city on two wheels. The first 30 minutes of each trip are free with a valid ticket or pass.
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Budapest Card
Budapest Card is an excellent option if you wish to have unlimited travel and plan on visiting some attractions as well. Cards can be purchased for 24, 48, 72, 96 or 120 hours. All cards include unlimited travel on public transport, free entry to various museums, two free walking tours and 10-50% discounts at baths, museums, restaurants and spas.
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