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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.

By car

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.

By train

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).

By plane

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.

Connection from airport to HUNGEXPO:
Hungary's international airport is Liszt Ferenc International Airport Budapest with two terminals: Schengen flights arrive at Terminal 2A - Flights beyond Schengen arrive at Terminal 2B. Liszt Ferenc International Airport Budapest located in the “Ferihegy” part of Budapest is 16 km south-east from the city centre and about 15 km, about 20 minutes from the venue HUNGEXPO.

The main car hire firms have offices in the arrivals halls. For those not driving taxis will carry passengers to and from any part of Budapest.

By taxi:
Reservations can be made in person at the taxi company’s booths located at the exit at Terminal 2A and Terminal 2B terminals. At the taxi rank in front of the stands taxis are parking continuously waiting for passengers, in case of a special request there is only a few minutes to wait for the taxi arriving from the nearby parking. Taxi drivers knowing at least one foreign language are in service with ‘A’ category big-size cars younger than five years. All cars are equipped with POS terminal, therefore passengers can pay with credit card as well. The taxi company uses fixed rates to transport passengers between Airport – Budapest and Budapest – Airport. The rates are fixed according to the different districts of Budapest and are about 14-25 EUR (incl. VAT).

By AirportShuttle-Minibus:
The service provides the transfer with a boarding capacity of 8 to 10, and 30 to 50 passengers. The AirportShuttle-Minibus Desks are to be found at every terminal and welcome the arriving guests to Hungary at the „Gates of the Country”. All Minibuses arrive to and depart from the Terminals’ Main Entrance. Reservations can be made in person at the AirportShuttle-Minibus Desks or 24 hours before your flight departure via online reservation system www.airportshuttle.hu, through travel agencies or by calling the Call Center by dialing the number (+36-1) 296-8555.

By public transport:
Budapest Airport is relatively well accessible also by public transportation means. Passengers are taken by a direct bus service from the Terminals, called the Bus 100E to Astoria where by the red line (M2) the passangers can arrive to Őrs Vezér Tere metro station, then change to Bus 10 which stop at Hungexpo. Bus 10 is passing on a round way from Őrs Vezér Tere metro station (via Metro Line2- red line) around HUNGEXPO and basically stops at each gate. This transportation solution is operated by the Centre for Budapest Transport.
Another option is Bus 200E to Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal. By the 'blue’ (M3) metro the passengers can reach Deák square in the city center in 20 minutes.

 

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