Bagolyvar Inn

Felsohavi dulo 6/1, Pecs, 7627, Hungary
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bus from Pecs to Balaton airport

by jlove2


I was trying to find online if there is a bus connection between Pecs and Balaton airport in Hungary or some near by place (Balatonszentgyörgy or Sarmellek) but I had no luck with it so far. I am considering booking a cheap flight from FlyBalaton airport but first I would like to know how to get there. Since I am from Osijek (Croatia) there's no problem for me to come to Pecs by car or train, but how to get to Balaton from there? I searched train connections and they all take to long, so I thought maybe there is some bus line that is more convenient?

Thanks for your help!

RE: bus from Pecs to Balaton airport

by jirzi

the direct bus from Pecs (Bus Station) to Balatonszentgyörgy (Berzsenyi u.57):
Pecs dep. 05:40, 13:10, 15:30, 16:20
Balatonszentgyörgy, arr. 09:29, 16:02, 18:34, 19:50

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RE: RE: bus from Pecs to Balaton airport

by danbp

the direct bus from Pecs (Bus Station) to Balatonszentgyörgy (Berzsenyi u.57):
Pecs dep. 05:40, 13:10, 15:30, 16:20
Balatonszentgyörgy, arr. 09:29, 16:02, 18:34, 19:50

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Balaton Airport is located in Sarmellek. The bus stop at the terminal is called Sarmellek, repuloter. The following connections are recommended by

4 connections with 1 transfer over Keszthely
Pecs, bus station dep. 540 700 1310 1620
Keszthely, bus station arr 944 1037 1616 2005
Keszthely, bus station dep 1040 1210 1715 2035
Sarmellek, airport arr 1106 1238 1751 2117

1 connection with 1 transfer over Nagykanizsa
Pecs bus station dep 715
Nagykanizsa bus station arr 1019
Nagykanizsa bus station dep 1145
Sarmellek, airport arr 1244

These apply for Mondays and similar connection are available on other days. Check

RE: bus from Pecs to Balaton airport

by pecsipicsdotcom

Hi there,

Although you're probably over your flight, others might be interested. Mistral Minibus has shuttle service to/from several destinations, including the Pecs - Sarmellek one. Check out "Mistral Minibus" on Google for them.

Travel Tips for Pecs

Reformed Brutalism

by antistar

The local authorities of Pecs have tarted up some of the uglier communist legacies in the Tirana style; a splash of paint can soften even the cruelest of concrete monsters. Here in Pecs they've gone for pastel shades applied in a series of sunrise tones. The effect is definitely more pleasing on the eye than grey.

Varoszhaza - The Town Hall

by croisbeauty

Varoszhaza or the Town Hall is situated in the heart of the city on Szechenyi ter (the Main Square). The present building, the former Council Hall, was built in the beginning of 20th century in an eclectic style. The immense mass of the building does not fit into the historic town centre, it clashes with the intimate, small town atmosphere of the square.


by cobrioc

Almost every house in Káptalan Street is a museum: valuable collections in medieval houses: To name just a few of them: Amerigo Tot Museum - the entire lifework of the world-famous Hungarian sculptor (1909 –1984) in one of the oldest houses in the city; Zsolnay Ceramics Exhibition - the history and finest pieces of the world-famous Zsolnay porcelain works, the Golden Prize eosin glazed decorative ware from the 1878 Paris World Expo, Zsolnay memorial room; Renaissance Lapidarium - Renaissance stonework from Pécs and surroundings; Vasarely Museum - works by Victor Vasarely (1908 – 1997), the world-famous pioneer of op-art and abstract geometry who was born in Pécs, in this house; Modern Hungarian Gallery - works of 19th and 20th century Hungarian fine arts; Endre Nemes Museum - 250 abstract and surrealistic works by this 20th century artist (1909 – 1985); and so on... There are many more museums and galleries in the city of Pécs.

Turkish buildings

by janika

You see them all over Pecs, Signs of the Turkis, Ottoman occupation of 150-years in Hungary. You see baths, churches and these tall towers used for daily pray in the Islamic religion. Now days we see them as part of Hungary's history and the Turkish people actually like Hungarians and the other way around is also true.

Hungarian specialty

by cobrioc about Csaszar Pince

Hidden in cellar near the Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace,
serves top notch food with highly attentive and polite service. A full service bar is also available at Csaszar Pince Chicken breast served with rice and almonds. The dessert was the tasty Hungarian specialty of somloi galuska, a crepe stuffed with assorted goodies like cocoa, crushed nuts, raisins, candied, orange peel, etc., then topped with a rich chocolate sauce.


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