Public transport in Budapest

Budapest has excellent public transport connections by tram, buses, trolley and metro.  The Budapest city centre is Deak Ferenc ter.

Tram 4/6 run all night in the ring.  You can find BKK vending machines dispensing tickets all over Budapest.

You can check the timetables in http://bkk.hu/en/timetables/

BKK sells monthly passes and single tickets.
http://www.bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/prices/

 

Budapest public transport map

Trains

International trains to Vienna, Munich and other european cities depart from Keleti train station(M2).  Trains to Balaton depart from Deli train station (M2). Domestic trains within Hungary depart from Nyugati station.

You can check the international train timings in the MAV website: http://elvira.mav-start.hu/elvira.dll/x/index?language=2

Bus station

International buses such as Eurolines, Flix bus, Alsa depart from Nepliget bus station (M3).

https://www.busbud.com/en/nepliget/s/9628

Orangeways lines also provide good international offers https://www.orangeways.com/en/

Volanbusz offers urban bus connection to other Hungarian cities from Nepliget and Arpad hid stations.

https://www.volanbusz.hu/en/

 

How to get to Budapest List ferenc Airport?

There are two routes to get to airport and city centre.

  1. Airport Bus 100E (Deak ter to Airport) Cost: 900 huf (3 euro)
  2. Metro line M3 (kobanya kispest) change here and take Bus 200E (normal single transfer ticket 700ft or free with passes)

http://bkk.hu/en/airport-shuttle/

Taxi: You can also take taxis (city taxi, taxify, Fő taxi) they will charge you about EUR 25 euro. When you arrive in Budapest airport, there is a Főtaxi booth outside airport. Dont take taxi offers inside the airport.