[webkit-qt] Getting from Budapest Airport to Szeged by public transport
abecsi at webkit.org
Wed Feb 8 10:29:23 PST 2012
Here comes a summary of options how to get from Budapest Airport to
Szeged by public transport in case you join the Code Camp next week
and plan to use public transport.
(The prices are provided in euros, but the currency is Hungarian
Forints. The current exchange rate is currently about 300 HUF for 1
EUR / 40 HUF for 1 NOK)
Low-cost airlines arrive at Budapest Airport Terminal #1 (B on the
map), others at Terminal #2 (A on the map). From Terminal #2 (A) the
bus 200E transports you through Terminal #1 (B) to Kőbánya-Kispest
(C), there you can take the Metro line M3 to towards the city centre.
The central bus terminal Népliget (D) is 4 stops with the metro line
M3 from Kőbánya-Kispest towards city centre (direction Újpest
The main railway terminal for the train going from Budapest Nyugati
Pályaudvar (E on the map) to Szeged (F on the map) vasútállomás is 12
stops away the M3 metro from Kőbánya-Kispest towards city centre
(direction Újpest Központ).
Additional information airport->centre:
http://bkv.hu/bus/200evissza_2.pdf (english / hungarian pdf
summarizing the airport->city center travel options)
Public transport in Budapest (1 ticket costs about 1.5 euros and you
need one ticket for each transport vehicle):
Railway costs about 15 euros to Szeged (one way ticket):
Bus (coach) costs about 15 euros to Szeged (one way ticket)::
Szeged public transport (1 ticket costs about 1.5 euros):
Local bus: http://www.tiszavolan.hu
Getting to Szeged
1) By train:
The train goes from Budapest Nyugati Pályaudvar (E) to Szeged (F),
which is the final station of the train. The train stops at Budapest
Airport Terminal #1 (B, take the overpass to Ferihegy megállóhely) and
Kőbánya-Kispest (C), too, so you do not have take the merto if you do
not want. Kőbánya-Kispest also has a huge shopping center besides
being a central station, whereas Budapest Airport Terminal #1
(Ferihegy megállóhely) is just a train stop.
Going further by metro you get to Nyugati pu. (E) which also has a
huge shopping centre (West End City Centre) with a Cinema.
Trains go each hour from 04:00 until 21:00. The ride takes at about
2.5 hours and costs about 15 euros (one way ticket).
2) By bus:
The coach goes from Budapest Népliget (D) to Szeged, Mars tér (G). As
described above, you have to take the buss 200E from Terminal 1 /
Terminal 2 to Kőbánya-Kispest (C) and from there take the M3 metro
line (direction Újpest Központ) to Népliget (D, 4 stops).
Busses are less frequent than trains (especially on weekends), but in
general you will find a bus every 2 hours (~07:00 til ~20:00). The bus
takes about 2.5 - 3 hours depending on the number of stops.
Finding your way in Szeged
1) If you took the train, you arrive at Szeged vasútállomás (F, Szeged
station). From there you can take the tram #1 to Anna kút (H,
direction Szeged Plaza) and walk approximately 900m (or take the tram
4 or 3/3F in direction Tarján, 1 stop) to Novotel Hotel (I), where the
event takes place. The public transport prices are about the same as
in Budapest (1.5 euros per ticket).
2) If you took the bus, you arrive at Szeged Mars tér (G, Mars
square). From there you can take the trolleybus #9 to Ifjúsági Ház (5
stops, direction Tarján, Víztorony tér, the stop is right next to the
bus station no need to go across the street).
The Novotel Hotel is beside the Ifjúsági Ház (IH centre) by the Tisza riverside.
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