Bus Transfers To and From Budapest Airport

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Buses from Budapest International Airport with Bus Routes and Times

Budapest Airport has dozens of bus routes. Some go directly to the city center, while others stop at various places.

Popular bus services include:

Airport Shuttle: Directly connects Budapest Airport to your hotel or city center location. Online or phone reservations are available 24/7.

BKK: Budapest's public transit authority, BKK, runs two express bus services to the airport: 100E and 200E.

  • Route 100E—modeled after Paris' OrlyBus and RoissyBus airport bus services—serves the city center nonstop, stopping just at Kálvin tér and Deák Ferenc tér. This route requires a higher-fare ticket.
  • Bus 200E connects the airport to the nearest Budapest Metro station, Kőbánya-Kispest. This route accepts standard tickets and passes.

Long-haul buses

Flixbus serves Prague, Vienna, Timișoara, and Sibiu from the airport.

Budapestközlekedési Központ (BKK)

Budapesti Közlekedési Központ (Budapest Transport Center) is the largest public transport business in Budapest and one of the largest in Europe. BKK operates buses, trams, and trolley buses.

Kálvin tér (Calvin Square)

Kálvin tér is a significant square and junction in the city center of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. The big Reformed Church named it after French Protestant Reformer John Calvin.

Pest's 5th (Belváros-Lipótváros), 8th (Józsefváros), and 9th districts meet in the square.

Roads that converge in the square include:

  • The "Kiskörút" (Inner Circuit, including Múzeum körút ('Museum boulevard') north of the plaza and Vámház to the south).
  • Üllői út ('Üllő road').
  • Baross utca ('Baross street').
  • 'Kecskemét Street.'

The square is a central transport center with tram, bus, and trolley bus routes. The Budapest Metro M3 (North-South) and M4 Kálvin tér station will be found.

Deák Ferenc square

Budapest's Deák Ferenc square is a busy intersection. Károly körút, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út, Király utca, Deák Ferenc utca, and Harmincad utca converge here. Three Budapest Metro lines meet under the square.

The square has tram lines 47 and 49 and various bus lines. Deák Ferenc tér attracts youth. Deák Ferenc tér is crowded till midnight since the grassy area sells alcohol.

Kőbánya-Kispest Metro Station

The M3 Line's southern endpoint is Kőbánya-Kispest. The Line's only above-ground station. The Nagyvárad tér extension inaugurated the station on April 20, 1980.

The metro station is named after the Kőbánya-Kispest border train station next to the terminal.

It is also a suburban bus terminal and a changing place of several city bus lines (68, 85, 85E, 93, 93A, 98, 98E, 136E, 148, 151, 182, 184, 193E, 200E - this run from here to Budapest Airport, 201E, 202E, 282E, 284E), making it the most extensive public transport hub in Southern-Pest.

Hungarians call this station Köki, short for Kőbánya-Kispest. A large housing estate with a concrete block of flats (Kispest microdistrict) and Köki Terminál retail mall are near the station. Near the mall stands Ferenc Puskás' bust.

Which Bus services/routes have stops at Budapest Airport?

Miercurea Ciuc - Cluj - Vienna

Bus Service Operated By FlixBus

Timisoara - Budapest - Munich

Bus Service Operated By FlixBus-de

Budapest Airport
Ingolstadt Nord

Where are the Bus Stops at Budapest Airport?

Bus Stop Name Latitude Longitude View on Map
Budapest Airport 47.433029 19.261972 View
Map of Bus Stops at Budapest Airport