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Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by lucia789

Hello everyone ;)

I will be in Bratislava in the end of August, I desperately need the EXACT prices and timetables to go from Bratislava to Praha and Budapest, but especially to the close Hungarian town of Masonmagyarvornear Bratislava. Did someone ever come to this little town, how is it?

I already looked in so many forums and train and transport websites but I am totally lost, I spent days to get the infos and still have nothing! I look for the cheapest way, bus or train.

By the way, if anyone have tips and advises for these countries through their travel experiences, it would be perfect.

Thank you so much, :)

Re: Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by lucia789

I mispelled the name of the town,

Bratislava (Slovakia) to Masonmagyarovar (Hungary)

A last thing, in order to go to Vienna from Bratislava airport, is that cheaper to take the bus there or to go to the trainstation and to take a train?

Re: Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by leics

It is not always easy to find fares online in English for some European countries. They are, however, always reasonably-priced in my experience.


will give you train times and details for almost all European trains, in English, but not fares.

http://www.zssk.sk/en is the Slovakian railway website, in English. It will give you train times and details of changes etc (including platforms).

If you click on the orange 'services' tab you will find links to give you fares, including internet sales for some trains and a list of standard fares (based on distance, so you can work out a rough price by using www.viamichelin to calculate distances).

Trains are well-priced, but buses are often cheaper.


will give you times and fares for long-distance buses. Bratislava to Vienna (Wien) for example, is 7.70 euro one-way with 5 departures times per day.

Re: Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by kopvas

Bratislava-Budapest (12 euro one way or 16 r/t if you buy in Slovakia or Hunagry)
Bratisalva-Praha (23-24 euro one way or 33.3 euro r/t - here you need Citystar ticket type, of you buy in Slovakia)
Bratislava-Wien (9.2 euro r/t)

And about Mosonmagyarovar - it can be reached by Bratislava-Budapest bus (Eurolines) or early morning train Praha-Budapest. Another option is to catch taxi till Rajka (just outside of Bratislava) and from there you can use domestic Hungarian train till Mosonmagyarovar

Re: Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by lucia789

Thanks you a lot.

For the first poster:

The only problem is the Slovakian Eurolines website gives me information only about going to Vienna and Praha, it doesn't work for Budapest or Mosomagyarovar!

By the way, the last departure they propose to Vienna is 20h00, my plane arrives at 22h05, does it mean there is no way to go to Vienna at this hour?

As for the http://www.zssk.sk/en website, it doesn't help me either, either I am really dumb or it is not efficient!!!

I will just email them.

Is there by the way a possibility from Bratislava to stop at the cloest Czech Republic's town or village instead of going far away to Praha?

Thank you, to both of you.

Re: Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by kopvas

Bratislava-Mosomagyarovar better to look at Hungarian Eurolines website...
Trains from Bratislava to Wien run up to 1am, so you just need to use the train...
If you go by train from Bratislava to Czech republic you can get off at first Czech station - Breclav (only one hour ride from Bratislava)
Bratislava-Breclav r/t costs 8.6 euro

Re: Visiting Hungary and Czech republic via Bratislava in Slovakia

by lucia789

Thank you for your tips, I get all the infos I needed now, from this forum and pm's.

Have fun all!

Travel Tips for Bratislava

Old Town

by jolsen05

Of course you should spend plenty of time in Old Town. Though not as pretty as Prague's, just as mysterious. We arrived on a Thursday. We went out to a very cold Old Town to look for a restaurant, and found a crowded outdoor gathering with mulled wine. This is one example of how Old Town is fun even when it's cold and dark. We then explored the dark streets, and found a couple of watering holes.

Beautiful Sculptures.

by imran8852

Around Bratislava, You could always find nice sculptures for admiration that may also have it's own history. For example, While walking around we saw a very nice sculpture but only to realize that it was actually a post-box! Such a beautiful and genius creation. Cheap cigarettes, nice coffee and friendly people!

Old time charm with some modern touches

by acemj

While the rough surfaces and faded paint in the Old Town give Bratislava undeniable appeal, you won't be stuck in a time warp. You'll still have access to the internet all over town (this place is near St. Michael's Gate).

The cool thing is that these modern touches are still presented in unique atmospheres- a dark corner of a bar or the second floor of a 400 year old building.

Internet access is also dirt cheap here, so be careful not to spend too much time on VT.


by Skipka

And if you will be able to go to Parliament take a chance ;) we did :)) There is a national flag behind us and also the revolutionary flag from 1848. ;) Some of unique situation to be there.

During a year it is closed for public but just one day you should enter the building and see every corner of it including the offices of politicians. It is September 1st when there is annual Day of Open Door. (I am not sure if you English say it like this)

Most bozkov/The bridge of kisses >:)

by Skipka

It is situated near St. Michael's Tower and Gate and when u are going around just take a look downstairs, there used to be a place where people were reading newspapers and enjoy their cup of coffee. When going through the gate (not St. Michael's but the first one) make a wish and be completely silent. Never tell anyone what u wished and it will come true. Yeah, all depends on your will >:)))


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