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Brody Sandor u2, Budapest, 1088, Hungary
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Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by AnatolyZ

Hello friends...
I have to get from the Budapest airport to the Népliget, aut. áll (at the late morning time of Monday)....what the fastest&chepiest way to do so(without using taxi)...about how long does it take to get there?
thank you very very much for help!!!!!

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by Mikebond

The website of the Budapest airport explains how to get from the airport to the city centre:
http://www.bud.hu/english/passengers/transport_and_parking/by_public_transport

Two different buses arrive at the Kobanya-Kispest metro station, the terminus of line M3 (blue line). From there, take a metro to the Nepliget station; the bus station is close to the metro station.

The bus is reported to cost 290 forints. You can also take a train for 300 HUF.

I hope this helps,
Michele

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by bazsi79

To get to Népliget bus station from the airport, you should take bus number 200E from the airport to Köbánya-Kispest underground (metro) station. The trip takes about 10 minutes from Terminal 1, and about 20 minutes from Terminals 2A and 2B.

At Köbánya-Kispest, change to metro line 3, which takes you directly to Népliget (4 stops). If you come out of the metro station into the underpass, the entrance to the bus station is on the left hand side.

You need to buy 2 tickets for this trip, one for the bus and another for the metro. Tickets cost HUF 300 each if you buy it from a ticket machine or HUF 400 if you buy it from the driver on the bus.


Though there is also a train station at Terminal 1, don't take the train, as it takes longer to get to Népliget that way.

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by fischert

You can buy your ticket at the airport from the information desk or from the RELAY newspaper shop.

Tamás

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by AnatolyZ

Wow,thank you so much...you are all so helpful and know things!!!!
You are great!!
Thanks indeed!!

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by danbp

From Terminal 1, it's actually okay to take the train to Kobanya-Kispest metro station. It's slightly faster than bus route 200E and is cheaper (costs 210 HUF). But note that it runs less frequently and there are no low-floor vehicles that would come handy for travellers with a lot of luggage.

Train times later in the morning: 8:07 8:12 8:29 8:37 8:47 8:59 9:12 9:29 9:37 9:47 9:59 10:29 10:37 10:47 10:59 11:12 11:29 11:37 11:47 11:59
Bus schedules: www.bkv.hu

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by AnatolyZ

Wow people,you are so helpful I must to admit!!!!really thank you a lot!!
so the whole way shoudn't take more then 1.5 hour,right?I ask because I'm supposed to land on 8.20 AM in Ferihegy airport,and supposed to be on 11 in Nepliget bus station...
Thank you so much,pals!

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by bazsi79

If your plane lands on time, you should get to Népliget at latest around 10.

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by danbp

I agree with Bazsi, you'll surely be able to get there by 11 if your plane's not delayed.

Re: Getting from Airport to Nepliget aut.???

by danbp

wow, I meant by 10 o'clock.

Travel Tips for Budapest

Rich in thermal springs,...

by Claudi

Rich in thermal springs, Budapest is known for its baths and bathing culture which is partly of turkish origin.
There are many ancient baths to be found in and around the city.

I went to the renaissance-style-bath Széchényi fürdö,
located in the city forest (város liget) just outside the metro station.
There´s the inside complex with various small pools containing healing minerals, as well as steam baths, saunas, massage rooms. Then the outside part that is beautifully renovated and consists of three different warm water pools. It´s the city´s only outdoor pool that is open all year round.

The picture shows a pond with thermal water in the city forest, just close to the bath.

Matthias church

by chancay

More correctly this is the church of Our Lady of Buda, but it is commonly called the Matthias Church a name given to the building by the C19 restorers in honour of a former king of that name. It is also called "The Cathedral" or "The Coronation church" but it has never served as a cathedral. The principle cathedral of Hungary is at Esztergom and until 1993 Budapest did not have a cathedral of its own. Of all the medieval churches of Buda Castle, this is the only one still in use. Destruction by the Turks, the suppression of monastic orders and World War Two bombs have put paid to the rest. The only other church is Protestant and just over 100 years old (see below). look here:
http://www.churchcrawler.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/hungary/buda.htm

Local's

by al_mary

Be nice to the locals, after
all, it is where they live .....

We found the people to be
very friendly, and willing to
help you out with directions
if you are lost.

Just as we have pride where
we live .... so do they

Here are some pictures of a small little
store we visited everyday to get snacks,
soda and beer for our room.

Pictured is us wth the owner who gave us a little
bottle of champagne for our anniversary.

We were very surprized, and it just goes to show
that not all the locals are out to rip off tourists.

Don't forget the sun cream

by Andonya

We went to Budapest in June and we knew we would have a sunny weather, but don't forget to take sun cream as you will walk a lot under the sun. Also take some light clothes, but do take respectful clothes (not too short as people there didn't seem to wear very short clothes, though bermuda and skirts are no problem, and also you might visit some religious buildings like Mathias church where they'll have a look at your clothing).

One for football lovers MTK...

by bonio

One for football lovers MTK Hungaria. Was lucky to see a UEFA cup match against Jokerit from Finland. Good stadium and friendly home support when they realised we were not from Finland! Result? 1-0 home win. To get there, metro #1 to Nepstadion (have a look Hungary play internationals here) then tram #75 until you see floodlights on the right, salgotarjan is the name of the stop. (thanks rough guide to european football!)

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