|Szeged has a central location not only in Europe, but also within the country. Budapest is just two hours and fifteen minutes of trainride from here. In order to get to Szeged from Budapest, the visitor must reach the West Station (Nyugati Pályaudvar/Nyugati Pu.), from where trains leave for Szeged in every two hours. In Budapest metro lines provide the best way of public transportation.|
Coming from the airport
Take a red numbered bus #93 (red number means fast service) which stops at both terminals (Ferihegy I & II). The endstop of this bus line coincides with the end station of Metro #3 (Blue line) which directly goes to Nyugati Pu. (It takes approximately 40 minutes.)
Coming from the Keleti Pu.
Take Metro #2 (red line) to Deák tér and change for Metro #3 (blue line) to Nyugati Pu.
(This ride takes approximately 15 minutes.) Ask assistant for section transfer ticket.
Coming from the Deli Pu.
Take Metro #2 (red line) to Deák tér and change for Metro #3 (blue line) to Nyugati Pu. (This ride takes 30 minutes.
Bus and metro tickets both cost 60 HUF per each.