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Getting here

How to get to Budapest

Arriving by air

50 int’l airways have direct daily connections from European cities 11 discount airways serve 22 destinations. The Hungarian international airport is Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD).

Budapest by car or by train

Budapest can be reached in 2-5 hours from several neighboring capitals (e.g. Vienna, Bratislava, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Belgrade, Prague), this being faster than flying.

How to get in town from the airport

Best options

By cab

You pay at the booth right by the queue of taxis in front of the airport). The cost to get to the city center is about 7000 HUF / 25 USD / 18,8 GBP / 21,2 EUR.

A taxi fare calculator can be found here.

Travel time ~20-25 min (except rush hours - usually less than twice as base travel time).

By UBER

There is no UBER in Hungary, but you can use the alternative Taxify app to order a taxi in comfortable manner just like in UBER (e.g., fares paid via the app, receipt sent via email).

Directions to InterContinental

Directions to Vigadó

Cheaper alternatives: By public transport

Airport shuttle bus by public transportation

Single ticket price is 900 HUF / 3,2 USD / 2,4 GBP / 2,7 EUR.

Travel time: ~20-30 min (except rush hours - usually less than twice as base travel time).

Airport shuttle by miniBUD

The price is from 1900 HUF / 8,5 USD / 5,1 GBP / 5,75 EUR (per person) https://www.budapest.com/travel/airport_transfer.en.html.

Travel time ~20-25 min (except rush hours - usually less than twice as base travel time).

Basic public transportation

More information available via this app.