- Budapest Ferihegy (BUD) Ference Liszt international airport offers regular flights and charter flights
- Details available here: http://www.bud.hu/english
- Direct connection to the centre by bus (200E) and then underground or by train to city centre - Nyugati Railway Station
- Taxi and privavte shuttles also available, Car Rental services
- Here are direct bus lines and trains from other cities and countries (Austria, Slovakia, Romania, Czech Republic)
- Budapest is highway intersection with direct connection to Vienna
- There are charged parking zones in the city centre
- Using public transport in Budapest is convenient. Service includes buses, trolleybuses, trams, underground trains -Metro and above-ground suburban trains (HÉV).
- Maps sited at the entrances to metro stations give a comprehensive overview of the entire public transport network in Budapest. Conditions of travel are also included, in German and English.
- The taxi journey between the airport and Budapest city centre costs around € 26.
- April, May, June, September - recommended
- July, August - high season
- Hungarian forint - (HUF)
- Debit cards are accepted in shops, restaurants, but ask in advance, to be sure about your card type
- Official language is Hungarian
- A lot of people speak German and English