First Steps

  • How to reach our Faculty
    • Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport
      • All passenger flights arrive to and depart from Terminal 2 A or B.
      • Information: +36 (1) 296-9696
      • Official page
  • Connection between Budapest Airport and downtown
    • Public Transport
      • Bus number 200E commutes between Terminal 2 and the Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal every 15 minutes during the day. From the Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal, passengers can take the M3 metro towards Újpest Központ to reach the city center. It is possible to change to metro lines M1 and M2 at the Deák Ferenc tér stop in the inner city.
      • Tickets for public transport (price is 350 HUF) are available during daytime at the airport from the post office, the newsagents (Relay) and from ticket machines at the bus stop. It is also possible to purchase a ticket from the bus driver for 450 HUF.
      • Further details on the public transport of Budapest can be found on the BKK website.
    • Train
      • The closest train station to Budapest Airport Terminal 2 is the Ferihegy train station, with trains operating to and from the Nyugati railway station in Budapest city center.
      • From Terminal 2, the Ferihegy train station is accessible by bus number 200E during the daytime and with night bus number 900 at night.
    • You can check the timetable for trains here
    • Airport Shuttle
    • If you are travelling on your own, it is cheaper to use the official airport shuttle service provider for Budapest Airport, miniBUD, which has a desk at the airport. The best is to book the service in advance online 
    • Taxi 
    • The journey takes between half an hour and an hour by car. The official contractor of the Budapest Airport is Főtaxi (+ 36 1 222 2222), you can order a cab at their desk at the airport for fixed, reasonable prices.
    • If you are to order a cab by phone, most companies offer a fixed price of around 6 000–7 500 HUF, depending on whether your destination is on the Pest or Buda side of the river. However nowadays it is rare but still be aware that there is a risk of being overcharged by unscrupulous drivers if you simply hail a taxi. Where possible, always order a cab on phone and agree a fare for the journey beforehand.
  • Budapest card
    • If you buy a Budapest Card at the tourist information office at the airport, you can get to the city for free by any means of public transport.
  • Getting to the Faculty from the inner city
    • You can reach the Faculty easily with metro (blue line, M3). The closest metro stop is Klinikák metro station. (5 minutes' walk to the Faculty)
    • Otherwise you can take tram 4 or tram 6; the closest tram stop is Corvin negyed. (5 minutes' walk to the Faculty)
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