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Cycling in Budapest

Cycling is not the best way to travel in Budapest. Major roads in Budapest don't even have paths for cyclists and most of them are even forbidden to cyclists. Furthermore, you should really watch out for trams and bumpy roads. There are some places w...

Public transport

Budapest has a well-organized and extensive public transport network. The metro, bus and tram run from 04.30 a.m. until 23.15 p.m. If you buy a Budapest Card (credit card size) you can make use of public transport and get free or discounted entrance...

Taxis in Budapest

Take care when you board a taxi in Budapest. There are a number of taxis around which actively rip people off by charging far too much for a trip. You can recognize these taxis by the fact that they don't bear a company name and don't use a detachabl...

Train in Budapest

Budapest doesn't have one central railway station, but a large number of them. The three main train stations are Keleti pu (East), Nyugati pu (West) and Deli pu (south). From here you can also travel by underground, bus or tram. Deli pu has luggage l...

Metro in Budapest

Budapest was the first city in continental Europe to have a metro, only London was earlier. The yellow line still runs and many of the stations' wonderful original details have been preserved. These days two newer metro lines have been added, red and...

Going to Budapest by car

It's not very practical to visit Budapest by car, nor to do some sightseeing. If you do go by car, see to it that you park it in a guarded parking, because a lot of cars get stolen. In Budapest, they have a lack of parking spaces, so there's always t...

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