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Nearest larger city
How to get to the city
Plane - the city has got two airports, next to each other. Ferihegy 1 is used by low fare airlines (the biggest are WizzAir and SkyEurope), and Ferihegy 2 is used by normal fare airlines. You can get to the city by bus line No. 200, which stops at both of the airports. The endstation is at Kobanya-Kispest, from that take metro line No.3 to Deak ter, which is approximately the city centre.
Train - international trains arrive at Keleti palyaudvar (Eastern railway station). Timetables at http://www.elvira.hu/elvira.dll?language=2
Coach - Eurolines terminal at Nepliget (stop of metro line No.3)
www.elvira.hu international and domestic timetables and prices
www.volanbusz.hu international and domestic timetables and prices
Almost every motorway and big main road heads to Budapest.
You can take M7 from Croatia, Slovenia, and southern Austria, M1 from Vienna, Slovakia, and M3 from Eastern Slovakia, Ukraine, M5 from Romania, Serbia.
viamichelin is a good choice to plan the trip to Budapest by car.
Sziget Fesztival - greatest summer festival in Central-Eastern Europe, this year from 8 to 15 August.
Zold Pardon - it's a cool open-air place near Petofi bridge, there are live concerts every night until the middle of September, mostly hungarian bands, but most of them pretty good. Entrance fee is only 100 HUF (about 0.4 EUR).