In case you are visiting Budapest first and not coming directly to Szeged
Travelling from Budapest Airport to the City centre
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) is located 20 km from the city centre.
To get from the airport to the city centre there are several ways to choose from.
Hungarian State Railways runs suburban and long-distance services between Terminal 1 and Nyugati Railway Station in Budapest city centre through Kobánya-Kispest. The trip takes approximately 25 minutes. Many non-European visitors use a Eurail Hungary Pass to use the Hungarian rail system at a very good discount.
During daytime (4 am to 11 pm) the 200E Bus departs Terminal 2 every 10 minutes, providing connectivity with the Metro Line 3 terminus at Kobánya-Kispest. Journey time from Terminal 2 to the city centre (Deák Ferenc tér) is 50 minutes using the 200E bus and Metro 3. During night time (11 pm to 4 am) the 900 Night bus departs Terminal 2 every 30 to 60 minutes, providing connectivity with the 950 Night bus stop at Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út. The 950 bus travels to Rákospalota via the City Center (Deák Ferenc tér) and Nyugati railway station.
Mini buses and shuttles
Several companies operate airport shuttles taking passengers to any destination in the city. Other shuttles and coach services exist to outlying towns in Hungary, Romania, and Serbia.
Taxis are available from the taxi stand, however only one taxi company (Fotaxi) is authorised to use the airport cabstands.
Nearly all major rental companies operate at Ferihegy (Liszt Ferenc International Airport).