Public transport system

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The transport system of Budapest is well developed. You can get around quickly and conveniently by metro, buses will take you to the outskirts, and the tram is ideal for sightseeing.

Budapest transport hubs

Budapest traffic flows are concentrated around the railway stations Keleti, Nyugati Delhi.

Budapest Getting to

In Budapest, most tourists arrive via Liszt Ferenc International Airport, less popular are rail and bus services.

Ferenc Liszt International Airport

Minibuses, buses and trains to central Budapest run from 4.30am to 11.50pm (700Ft to 2000Ft); taxis cost from 6000Ft.

Keleti, Nyugati & Déli Train Stations

Keleti, Nyugati and Déli train stations are all connected to metro lines of the same names, and night bus services run from the train stations when the metro services are closed.

Népliget & Stadion Bus Stations

Both bus stations are on metro lines (M3 and M2 respectively) and are served by tram 1.