Travel Guide

Travelling from Budapest to Szeged

From Liszt Ferenc Airport

Simple – by airport shuttle

Take an airport shuttle to Szeged. In this case, please visit the following sites:

Still simple – by train

Take the bus 200E to Ferihegy vasútállomás. You can either buy a ticket from the ticket vending machine (350 Ft) or from the driver (450 Ft). Don’t forget to validate your ticket! For Budapest public transportation ticket prices and timetable please visit: http://www.bkk.hu/en/main-page/news/

Before transferring to train to Szeged buy a ticket from the ticket vending machine of the Hungarian railways. For the prices and timetable please visit: https://www.mavcsoport.hu/en Szeged is the final destination.

Adventurous with a little sightseeing

If you come earlier and decide to discover Budapest, take the bus 100E that goes to the city center (Deák Ferenc tér). After finishing your sightseeing tour, get back to Deák Ferenc tér and take the metro M3 (blue) in the direction of Újpest Központ and get off at Nyugati Pályaudvar (2nd stop). Every time you use public transport please don’t forget to validate your ticket!

From Nyugati Pályaudvar take the train to Szeged (final destination).

Other airport possibilities (from neighbouring countries)

There are two international airports near Szeged – one in Belgrade (Serbia) and one in Timisoara (Romania).

Nikola Tesla Airport (Belgrade, SR)

From Nikola Tesla Airport in Belgrade, the easiest way is to take an airport shuttle. For more information please visit: http://geatours.rs/en/

You can also travel by bus from the city center, directly to Szeged. For more information please visit: http://www.studentagencybus.com/

Traian Vuia Timisoara Airport (Timisoara, RO)

From Traian Vuia Timisoara Airport the easiest way is to take an airport shuttle. For more information please visit: http://www.timisoaratransfers.eu/

From different railway stations

Keleti Pályaudvar

If you happen to arrive by train, then you will probably arrive to Keleti Pályaudvar. From there you can either get a taxi to Nyugati Pályaudvar or you can choose the more adventurous way: going by metro. In the latter you should take the metro M2 (red) in the direction of Déli Pályaudvar and get off at the 3rd stop, at Deák Ferenc tér where you should transfer to metro M3 (blue) in the direction of Újpest Központ. You can do it with only one ticket! By the metro M3 get off at the 2nd stop, Nyugati Pályaudvar.

From Nyugati Pályaudvar take the train to Szeged (final destination).

Déli Pályaudvar (from Slovenia)

However most international trains arrive to Keleti Pályaudvar there is one exception. For those of you who come from Slovenia the train will probably arrive to Déli Pályaudvar. From there take the metro M2 (red) in the direction of Örs vezér tere and at the 4th stop, Deák Ferenc tér transfer to metro M3 (blue) in the direction of Újpest Központ. The second stop will be Nyugati Pályaudvar where you should get to the train to Szeged.

From Nyugati Pályaudvar take the train to Szeged (final destination).

Nyugati Pályaudvar

From Ukraine the train arrives to Nyugati Pályaudvar so actually there is no need to travel in the city, you should just transfer to Szeged.

Arriving from Prague (ICA Conference) by bus

Since the CEECOM 2018 Conference will be held relatively close to the 2018 ICA Conference, you can take direct buses from Prague to Szeged. In this case please visit the following sites:

By car

Please take into account that the Hungarian highways are only useable via purchasing an e-vignette for your cars. For fees and details please follow: http://www.hungary-vignette.eu/