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7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by stefank60

Hi all

off to Budapest on Thursday (18 June 09) and we will possible get one of the 7day travel cards (or if not prob the 3 day)

2 questions:

1) can we get them at the airport or if not where is the nearest fo the Marriott hotel we can get them

2) am I right in thinking neither of these have to be validated in the way single tickets do ?

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by johngayton

Yep there's a desk at the airport in the arrivals hall where you can get them and yep you need to validate them on first usage. The 7 day pass is more economical than the 3 day one (HUF 4,400 against 3,700). All the info is on the website - which has an English option.

Enjoy Budapest!

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by stefank60

thanks man

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by nicolaitan

and failing that the vorosmarty square subway station is just a block in from the river from your hotel.

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by stefank60

thanks for that

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by nicolaitan

john cooks and i eat :)

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by johngayton

I eat too ;)

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by fischert


I don't think that you have to validate it. It's a piece of paper. On the 3 days card the valid from date is written. It is valid from that day till 3 days.
On the 7 days card beside the date your name is written. It's also valid from that day. There is no need further validation.

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by stefank60

thanks I thought I'd read somewhere that was the case but wasn't sure.

I have already booked our taxi with taxi4 - booked by email and they have quoted a fixed price of 4300 ft they seemed very professional and helpful

Re: 7 Day Travel card - where can we get them

by danbp

You can get it either at the airport or at Deak Ferenc ter metro station.
No travelcards are sold at Vorosmarty ter although!

Travel Tips for Budapest

One has to go by all means to...

by Agi13

You should go by all means to one of the pleasant thermal baths, Gellert, Szechenyi or the original turkish baths Kiraly at least once during your stay in Budapest. There are several open air baths (Palatinus, Szechenyi), too where you can take a sauna, go in for swimming, have a massage, then sit in the 36 degree Celsius warm water wathing people playing chess on floating tables. And you hardly pay for all these things, but have a wonderful experience. Life goes on late in the evening in the city. There are all kinds of cultural events you can enjoy. You may experience people walking in the pedestrian zones like Vaci utca and Raday utca. Newly Liszt Ferenc ter is trendy lined with fashionable bars and restaurants.

The 2nd Classical Performace...

by coceng

Here on these photos, I shall share with you guys some amazing first time experiences for me seeing the Classical performances !
It was great !
My host Alain accompanied me in the 2 Opera Theaters that he took me.
Again, in the same Opera House...So many beautiful intricate decorations all over the hall !

Graffiti Everywhere

by cjg1

Budapest is tied with Buenos Aires in my book for the most amount of Graffiti. It is a shame when buildings, monuments and walls are covered with such signs of disrespect. Hopefully as Budapest continues to be restored and renovated some of this graffiti will be eliminated. It is such a beautifyul city and should be kept that way.

The National Stadium

by antistar

"Ria! Ria! Hungaria!"

Hungary's dirty little secret is out. Behind closed doors, at national games when they think no foreigners are watching, they chant the real name of the country "Hungaria!" Not the confusing Magyarorsag they insist that foreigners learn as the true name, but the simple, univerally understood "Hungaria!"

Of course they also chant Magyarorsag, but it's a bit of a mouthful. It doesn't go with many famous chants, so they seem to have reworked the first line of "Old Macdonald". It goes something like this: "Modge-your-or-shahg modge-your-or-shahg ee eye ee eye oh!"

You have to be a real football fan to go to watch Hungary at the national stadium. This isn't Brazil, and this isn't the San Siro. The once grand Ferenc Puskas stadium is now a whole lot of grey concrete, half of which is falling apart, limiting the capacity to just 35,000 people.

It's a real experience, not all of them pleasant. Rivers of urine (in the surrounding streets), carpets of tokmag (pumpkin seed) and giant unruly piles of beer cans; you can't drink inside so everyone is desperate to fill up and empty themselves before they get through the gates.

But the fans are friendly and passionate and it's cheap to get in. For about 6-7 euros you can get a front row seat near the center of the stadium. And you can actually get a seat, unlike England games. So for that I'll be singing "Magyarorszag! Magyarorszag!" for the time being. Or at least trying...

Go take a bus to Statue Park,...

by europebn

Go take a bus to Statue Park, located a few minutes outside of Budapest. (But make sure you don't miss the bus stop!) It's an outdoor museum that houses the actual statues that laid in Budapest until the fall of Communism. Statues of Stalin, as well as other war and communist ones are included.


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