Accommodation and Travel

Reaching the city centre from the airport

By public transport: Take bus 200E to KÖKI Terminal- Kőbánya-Kispest Terminus of M3 underground, and then take the underground towards Deák Square.

Főtaxi: The official transport partner of Budapest Airport. Buy your ticket in advance at their kiosk at the airport.

Public transport

The transport system consists of 268 bus, 32 tram, 15 trolleybus and 4 underground lines. It also includes cogwheel and commuter trains, a funicular and boat services. Daytime services are available between 4.30 am and 11.30 pm, while at night you can get around with night buses or Tram No. 6, which runs round the clock.

For further information and detailed timetables visit this website:

http://www.bkk.hu/en/main-page/news

Taxi

While several companies run taxis in the capital, all licensed cabs are yellow. You have taken a licensed Budapest taxi if you can see the driver’s photo ID and the table of fares on the dashboard. All fare are licensed: the minimum fare is HUF 450, the standard fare is HUF 280 per kilometre and there is a waiting charge of HUF 70 per minute. Cash and bank cards are both accepted.


 

Accomodation

Pay attention to book your accommodation in the city center, preferably in district 6 or 7.

These hostels and hotels are in the centre of Budapest, walking distance from the venue.

 

Budget accommodation (hostels):

Maverick City Lodge

The Hive Party Hostel

Unity Hostel Budapest    

Also try Hostelworld for more.

 

Hotels:

Gozsdu Court Aparthotel

Heritage Home

Nova Aparthotel

Park Residence Budapest

Senator Apartments

Budapest Holidays Apartments & Spa 

 

12 Révay Hotel 

Best Western Plus Hotel Ambra

Casati Budapest Hotel

Continental Hotel Budapest

Find more at booking.com and you can also try Airbnb.