How to get to Pécs?
Airport transfer from Budapest to Pécs
Attendees will get a discount from the airport transfer prices. Please e-mail the transfer agency directly via firstname.lastname@example.org, and put "EHBEA 2018 PÉCS" in the subject field. They will calculate the reduced prices for you.
You will be able to pay with cash or credit card on the spot, in HUF and in € as well. You can also pay in advance with bank transfer or credit card in HUF and in €.
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There are frequent trains to Pécs from Budapest's Déli or Keleti station. From Budapest and the towns near the Budapest-Pécs railway line, the city can be approached by InterCity trains having names related to the region like Sopianae, Dráva, Baranya, Tettye, Tenkes, PTE, Mecsek, Tubes and Zengő. Pécs is one of the big railway hubs of the region, therefore many other big cities and smaller towns have a direct railway connection to it. The railway station is located in a walking distance from the city centre and in the neighbourhood of the central bus station (in Hungarian the “Főpályaudvar”), making the transportation in the city easier for visitors. In April, trains are going to leave from Budapest’s Kelenföld station and Déli station due to the derail at Keleti railway station.
Kelenföld station is approachable from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport by bus if you get on the 100E and travel as far as Kálvin Square. At Kálvin Square you have to transfer to Metro Line M4 and get off at Kelenföld station.
Déli station is approachable from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport by bus if you get on the 100E and travel as far as Astoria. At Astoria you need to transfer to Metro Line M2 and get off at Déli station.
Kelenföld station is approachable from Keleti station by metro if you get on Metro Line 4.
Déli station is approachable from Keleti by metro if you get on Metro Line M2.
Népliget is approachable from Keleti Station by Metro if you get on Metro Line 4 and travel as far as Kálvin square. At Kálvin square you need to transfer to Metro Line M3 and get off at Népliget.
From Budapest to Pécs (from Kelenföld): Most of the time you need to transfer at least once from one train to another, but you can also find trains without any transfer.
From Budapest to Pécs (From Déli station): From Déli station almost every train ply with transfer.
Numerous buses from all directions serve the city. Buses to Budapest's Népliget station operate numerous times daily, though the trip is slower than the train, and far less scenic or comfortable.
The bus station in Népliget is approachable from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport by bus if you get on the 200E and travel as far as Kőbánya-Kispest station. At Kőbánya-Kispest you need to transfer to Metro Line 3 and get off at Népliget.
On this link you can find a timetable.
Public Transport in the city
Within the administrative borders of Pécs, the TükeBusz Co. provides scheduled public transportation services. The company operates 59 daytime lines and a frequent night bus service to help the students in safe travelling. It is easy to find out which stop you have to get off, as due to the intelligent travel information system you can always hear before a stop which faculties are nearby.
Free schedule is also available for mobile devices, but unfortunately only for Android mobiles.
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