How to get there?
Budapest is centrally located in Europe, at the crossroads of highways between Vienna, Bratislava, Zagreb, Bucharest, Kiev, Belgrade. The city is easily accessible by car, by train and by air.
All Hungary's motorways and most of the main roads radiate from the capital. The M1 connects Budapest with Vienna, M7 connects Budapest with Zagreb, M5 connects Budapest with Belgrade, M3 connects Budapest with Ukraine and the eastern parts.
More than 30 trains a day provide direct links between Budapest and no fewer than 25 other European cities. Trains to Vienna run every three hours. International trains operate from the three largest stations: Keleti (Eastern), Nyugati (Western), Déli (Southern).
Budapest has direct flight connection with almost every capital of Europe and other major cities and hubs in Europe and world-wide as well. Most of the major Airlines are represented in Budapest, operating approx. 300 number of flights to/from the Budapest airport on a daily basis. Any point in the world can be reached to and from Budapest. Budapest Liszt Ferenc Airport has three terminals roughly 28 kilometers (30 minutes) from the city. Since 2004 several low cost airlines have been running flights between Budapest and the large European cities.