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How to get from the airport Ferihegy to the city, Budapest, Hungary

 
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erato's pictureby erato General travel tip
added on the 24th of April, 2009
Arriving to the airport Ferihegy do not choose a taxi or bus service. There are regular bus routes of the local transportation company (BKV) to Kobanya-Kispest, what is the last station of the subway "blue" (no.2), going to city center. It costs maximum 1.000 HUF (3.5 EUR) per person, but maybe it is not the best solution if you are traveling with heavy luggages. But even better you can travel through with train from the Terminal 1 to the city center only for 1 EUR (300 HUF) and it takes only 30 minutes.

 
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