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Deli Pu tran station to Airport

by elliee

I arrive at the Deli Pu. train station at the end of May and have to catch a flight. What is the best way to get to the airport? I will have a bag and suitcase. Is there reliable public transportation? (I am a senior citizen) What would be a fair taxi price?
Thank you

Re: Deli Pu tran station to Airport

by DueSer

I wouldn't take a cab, they're too unreliable as far as price goes. You run the risk of getting overcharged. At least, that's what I've heard. While I was in Budapest I stayed away from the cabs because of the negative reviews I'd heard from people and I never felt like I was missing out on anything. The public transportation is very good.

Besides the cabs, there are two main options - one is the Airport Minibus (www.bud.hu - click on the "minibusz" link). They run frequently but the trip length to the airport depends on how many stops they make on the way, picking up other passengers. It costs around $15, or so, I think, and you have to give them advance notice to take them TO the airport from the city.

The other option is using public transportation. It takes about an hour and is MUCH cheaper. The red line metro runs under the Deli station. Take that to the blue line to the stop Kobanya-Kipest and from there you can catch a bus - #93, I believe is the number of the bus. This is something you can most likely confirm at the metro station but the K-K stop is the last stop for the 93 bus and it will then turn around and head back to the airport.

It just depends on how much time you have and how much money you want to spend.

Re: Deli Pu tran station to Airport

by embi40

Check out this website:
http://www.airportshuttle.hu/en_index.php
We just used this service when we were in Budapest April 1-10; it worked great and was very affordable. Check out the fees online- they quote 990HUF one way which is about 3.5 euros. The nice thing is you can order the service online and receive confirmation of your pick up.

Hope this helps.

Re: Deli Pu tran station to Airport

by fischert

Just a quick correction about public transport.
The red line metro is going under Déli that's true. You have to take it and change line to blue at Deak ter station. With the blue line go to Kobánya-Kispest station. From there you can take bus number 200 to both terminals.
You will need 1 ticket for the metro (1 ticket enough for both lines) and 1 ticket for the bus 200. The ticket price is: 290 HUF/pcs.
If you are a EU citizen and older than 65 years you can use public transport free just take any ID which show that you are member of the EU and above 65.

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: Deli Pu tran station to Airport

by fischert

I'll check this "65 year old" rule for EU citizens, I'm not 100% sure.

Re: Deli Pu tran station to Airport

by danbp

Right, don't take bus 93, it runs to Terminal 1 only and its route is similar to that of a sightseeing bus. Line 200E is the best choice from Kobanya-Kispest M3 station. Public transportation is free for all EU citizens over the age of 65. (Applying free transport for Hungarian senior citizens only would be a violation of EU nondiscrimination measures.)

Travel Tips for Budapest

Dinner along the Danube

by SmileyLeSa

My fondest memory would be having dinner on a River Boat Restaurant along the Danube. From the restaurant I had the most spectacular view of both Buda Castle and the Chain Bridge illuminated by thousands of lights. It was the most awesome feeling and one of the most romantic dinners I have ever shared.

Like home

by DPando

All the time spent with hungarian was more than great ..we know some people thanks to Tibor the first night there and we felt like at home with them as we know each other for long time..actually when i came back the second time (20 days later) i felt like a old friend who is coming to cheer up with old and almost friends forever...
yes really if you have this great luck you will see how they loves to show you around and discover hidden places or they get you to local and excitng nightlife spots without abroad people in

Women -- If you plan to visit...

by Minnow

Women -- If you plan to visit any churches, synagogues, or museums, be sure to carry with you a scarf or shawl of some sort, or simply avoid wearing tanktops or other sleeveless tops. The regulations are varied, but many places absolutely will not allow you to enter with bare shoulders. My friends and I were forced to concoct some interesting capes out of sweatshirts and things we had on hand -- you'll look much less ridiculous if you come prepared :)

Formula 1 race - Hungaroring

by MedioLatino

Formula one, the "Racing circus" comes to Hungary every year in August.

The racetrack was built in 1986, and on the 10th of August that year the 1st ever Formula One race in a (now post-) communist country was held, which means that next year we are going to host the 20th F1 race!

The racetrack is in Mogyoród, a little city near Budapest, it will take you only about half an hour to get there if you are lucky. But after the race it usually takes more time to get back to the center...

There is usually a free bus service from Budapest for all having their tickets to the race, and the F1 has every year a contracted taxi company with a flat price from all points of Budapest to the racetrack's entarnce. Sunglasses, water and that's about it! :)

Medieval Synagogue ( 3 photos )

by nicolaitan

A one room synagogue was discovered in the western area of the Castle District during excavations of 1964 and made into a state museum. This small museum houses manuscripts, tombstones, and paintings dating back to the 15th Century.

The museum is small, appears unstaffed, and is without information as to the contents. The admission is less than $1.50 and probably not worth it. We just walked in, observed the exhibits, and left.

The images cover the unobtrusive entrance, the tombstones, and the entrance to the synagogue itself.

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