If travelling from Terminal 1, then take train to Budapest Nyugati station, which takes between 20- 25 minutes.
Then hop onto the metro line 3 to Deak Ferencter. Change there to go onto line 2 for a few stops to get to Keleti Train Station.
If the arrival of Terminal 2, you have to go by bus to the subway station. The metro station is called: KŐBÁNYA KISPEST. The bus number 200E. The bus route:
Liszt Ferenc Airport 2 vá. - Ferihegy 2 bekötőút - 4. sz. út - Üllői út - Ferihegyi repülőtérre vezető út - Liszt Ferenc Airport 1 - Ferihegyi repülőtérre vezető út - Gyömrői út - Ferihegyi repülőtérre vezető út - Kispesti lehajtó - Lehel utca - szervizút - Kőbánya-Kispest M vá.
Then hop onto the metro line 3 to Deak Ferencter. Change onto line 2 to go there for a Few stops to get to the Eastern Train Station.
Which train station? Eastern, southern, western or airport train station? (Keleti) (Déli) (Nyugati)
Commonly trains arrive at the Budapest-Keleti pu. coming from Vienna. That is the Eastern Railway Station.
in Wien westbanhof (vienna) and keleti palyudvar (budapest)
These larger railway stations in Budapest: south (Déli Pu.) west (Nyugati Pu.) east (Keleti Pu.) Kelenföldi (Kelenföldi) The international trains generally arrive and depart east (Keleti) train station. A taxi transfer price is usually 25 to 30 €. You should pre-book a taxi. If you look at my profile, then there is help.
Keleti train station to airport usually 25 to 30 € the price. Do not accept any offers from taxi drivers waiting around the station entrance. Do not belong to taxicab companies and charge much more than the usual. You should pre-book a taxi. If you look at my profile, then there is help. Regards,
You should get a taxi. :) It is about 5 000 HUF, I guess. Or if you want to choose a much cheaper way take the metro at Keleti (this is the metro line 2, the red one) go to the Deák Ferenc square (from Keleti to Köbánya-Kispest the 3th or 4th station) there change the line and take the blue metro (the metro line 3) and go in direction Újpest till the Western Railway Station (Nyugati Pályaudvar). From there a lot of trains start which stop at Budapest Airport. The train stop at the Ferihegy 1. If you want to go to Ferihegy 2, you have to get (after leaving the train) the bus 200E and take a short travel - it is about 15 min. Put simply, with 3 BKV ticket and a train ticket you can reach Ferihegy less than an hour and less than 1500 HUF, I guess. The airport's name was changed! The new name: Liszt Ferenc Reptér/Airport
by plane (Liszt Ferenc Airport) by train (East train station), by ship (Budapest International Pier) by taxi (If you look at my profile .)... :)
the space is very close to the East Railway Station. Check out the train station answers.
Metro and bus. Metro number: 3 The bus number: 200 E
Yes, but it's not really easy to use for outsiders not familiar with it.
Should you get a taxi. :) It is about 25 €. If you look at my profile, then there is help. Or public transport. The metro at the East (this is the metro line 2, the red one) go to the Deák Ferenc square, change the line there and take the blue metro (the metro line 3, the blue one) and go in direction Kőbánya Kispest. Go to the metro terminus. After leaving the metro station go to the bus. The bus number: 200E.
There are many train stations in Lisbon.The airport itself does not have one train station, but there is one close to it (Oriente Station). From the Airport to the station there is a direct metro\subway connection.