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Arriving to Budapest

Arriving to Budapest: Best Budapest Dentist .comMost of our patients arrive by plane, but it is of course possible to reach the city by car or train as well. Here is some help in getting around:

By Plane:

Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (former Ferihegy) awaits passengers at three terminals 15 kilometers away from the city. The renovated Terminal 1 is the destination for the budget airlines, the A section of Terminal 2 accepts Malév (Hungarian Airlines) flights, while section B of Terminal 2 is where all other international flights arrive 24 hours a day.

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By Train:

Nyugati (Western) train station, Keleti (Eastern) train station, and Déli (Southern) train station are Budapest's three international train stations connecting the city directly by rail to a total of 25 other capitals. All three stations are located in central Budapest making them easily accessible by taxi or public transport.

By car:

Seven of Hungary's four highways and four major roads start from Budapest. We would like to bring to your attention that it is obligatory to purchase motorway passes for the M1, M3, M5, and M7 highways which you can do at the border crossings or any of the larger gas stations. The speed limit in residential areas is 50 km/h, 90 km/h outside of residential areas, 110 km/h on major roads, and 130 km/h on highways. Thanks to Europe's excellent road network, it is easy to reach Budapest quickly on safe roads of high quality.


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