Getting to the dormitory from the airport
By public transport to the dormitory
1. From Liszt Ferenc Airport:
A) Take the 100E Airport bus to Astoria, then take Bus 5 to Városmajor. The Bus runs every 10-30 minutes on average, almost 24 hours/day except for a few hours during the night. Please note that you should buy a 100E airport shuttle bus single ticket, the ticket costs 1500 HUF (https://bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/prices/single-tickets-valid-for-one-ride/airport-shuttle-bus-single-ticket.7).
B) Take the 200E Airport bus to Kőbánya-Kispest metro station, then take the Metro line 3 (blue line) to Kálvin tér. Then take Tram 47 or 49 to Astoria and Bus 5 to Városmajor.
2. From the City Center:
From Nyugati Pályaudvar train station:
a) Take Tram 4 or 6 to Széll Kálmán tér, then take Tram 56, 56A, 59 or 61 to Városmajor.
From Keleti Pályaudvar train station:
b) Take Bus 5 to Városmajor.
From Déli Pályaudvar train station:
c) Take Tram 56, 56A, 59 or 61 to Városmajor.
Tickets for public transport
You should buy single tickets for public transport at the airport, metro station, or train station (https://bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/prices/single-tickets-valid-for-one-ride) or in the BudapestGO app (https://bkk.hu/en/frequently-asked-questions/budapestgo/about-the-budapestgo-application/what-is-the-budapestgo-app.7250). For each transportation vehicle you will need a single ticket (as an example for 2.a) option you will need to buy one ticket to get to the city centre and two more (for the two trams) to get to the hotel.
In Hungary, the taxi decree regulates the price of taxis at a fixed tariff of 440 HUF/km, in addition to a one-off basic fee of 1100 HUF and a waiting fee of 110 HUF/min. It is recommended to call a Taxi thru any of the Taxi companies’ Offical App
It is recommended to order a taxi through the official app of any taxi company. It is not recommended to hail a taxi on the street (especially a so-called “Freelancer”).
Airport shuttle service
For further details and booking visit www.minibud.hu. The fare price is lower than taking a taxi.
In Budapest the BKK Zrt. is responsible for public transport (www.bkk.hu).
The system consists of a combination of bus, trolley-bus, tram, and metro (4 lines). Tickets for all methods of transport can generally be purchased at the same location. Tickets and passes are available at “Pénztár” windows near the entrances of most metro stations and also in vending machines. Smoking is forbidden at bus/tram stops.
You can find more information about prices and tickets here: http://www.bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/prices/
Get your digital ticket or pass, check traffic information, and plan your public transport trips in Budapest with the BudapestGO app.
Name of dormitory: Hotel Budapest (körszálló)
Address: 1026 Budapest, Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 47.
Dormitory manager: Keresztény István
Dormitory assistant:Dr. Huszka Noémi
- Monday: 8 AM – 4:30 PM
- Tuesday: 8 AM – 4:30 PM
- Wednesday: 8 AM – 4:30 PM
- Thursday: 8 AM – 4:30 PM
- Friday: 8 AM – 2 PM
Office of Immigration and Nationality
1135 Budapest XIII., Szegedi út 35-37., Ground Floor (Twin Office Center)
http://www.bmbah.hu (in Hungarian, English and German)
If you use the online booking system, you can get assistance in your case without standing in line, as a competent desk officer will be designated to handle your case at one of the customer service offices at the reserved time:
Hungarian Missions Abroad (embassies, consulates): https://konzinfo.mfa.gov.hu/en/embassies#hungarian-embassies-abroad
Further information: http://www.studyinhungary.hu/