Budapest, Hungary Airport Information
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD)
Located about 30 minutes from the city center, Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is served by many European and North American airlines, and provides connections throughout the world. Airport amenities include free Wi-Fi, meeting room rentals, an observation terrace, and a variety of shops and restaurants. Visitors also enjoy direct access to public bus transport from the airport into the city center.
Budapest, Hungary Train Information
Hungarian State Railways
The Hungarian national railway company, Hungarian State Railways, covers Budapest's central, outlying, and rural areas, and it runs an international cross border route. There are three main railway stations in Budapest: Budapest Eastern Railway Station (Budapest Keleti pu), where international routes begin; Budapest Western Railway Station, (Budapest nyugati plyaudvar) providing road links, several bus routes, and a direct link with metro Line 3; and the Southern Railway Station (Dli plyaudvar), used most frequently by commuters from the suburbs. Tickets for the high-speed trains can be bought in any of the three railway stations. Travelers should purchase tickets in advance of the travel date.
Budapest, Hungary Ground Transportation
Budapest Kzlekedsi (BKV) serves as the city’s unified public transport system, operating buses, trams, trolley buses, underground Metro trains, and aboveground suburban railway trains. Buses and trolley buses are considered the most popular forms of transport in the city, while BKV’s trains connect with Hungarian State Railways service.
Rental car companies represented at Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport include Avis, Buchbinder, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, and Sixt.
Visitors traveling from the Budapest Ference Liszt International Airport to the Budapest city center should expect to pay approximately 7 Fr in taxi fare.