Budapest Airport Liszt Ferenc (BUD) is located approximately 13km west of the city centre of Budapest and is the city’s principal airport and main direct long haul and transatlantic entry airport into Hungary.
Once you arrive in Budapest at the airport, there are several options to head into the city centre. The fastest service is the direct shuttlebus (100E), which operates between Liszt Ferenc International Airport and Deák Ferenc tér in the city centre (special fare for the “Airport shuttle bus single ticket” for the price of 900 Hungarian Forints). It takes only around 25 minutes minutes to arrive in the city centre.
Budapest has three railway stations: Keleti pályaudvar (Eastern), Nyugati pályaudvar (Western) and Déli pályaudvar (Southern). If you are travelling by train to Budapest, you will most likely arrive at Budapest’s main central railway station „Budapest Keleti railway station”. The railway station is in the heart of the city and offers onward travel throughout the whole city via bus, train and subway services. From Budapest Keleti railway station the congress venue is only a 20-minute-bus ride away.
For further information regarding public transport, please check: https://bkk.hu