Budapest Liszt Airport ( BUD ) Public Transportation

Getting from  Budapest Liszt Airport to your destination:
Taxis:  Fotaxi is the official airport taxi company serving all terminals.Taxi fares are set by 4 Zones; the Airport is within Zone 1.
Shuttles: The 'Airport Minibusz' is a door-to-door shared ride shuttle that runs 24/7.

Door-to-door service:  The new 'miniBUD' shuttle bus offers reasonably prices transfers with a new flexible booking system and with optional services at additional price.

By Public bus:
    Bus 100E takes passengers to Deak ter at City Center, starting 5am  - departing every 30 minutes, 5am -12:30pm.  100E only stops at Kalvin ter & Astoria.
    Bus 200E runs 4am-11pm between Terminal 2 & the Kobanya-Kispet Metro Terminal, where Metro Line M3  picks up (via
Ferihegy train station) with trains to the Nyugati railway station in Budapest.
From the Kobanya-Kispest metro terminal, you can also reach City Center by taking the M3 Metro line towards Ujpest Kozpont to city center - or change to Metro lines M1 or M2 at the Deak Ferenc ter stop in the inner city.
    Night Bus 900, running 1am-4am operates between Terminal 2 and the South Pest bus garage, with connecting night buses 950 and 950A to the inner city.

By Train:
Take Bus 200E (daytime) or Bus 900 (night time) connecting to Ferihegy train station, with trains running from there to Budapest's Nyugati railway station.  For more train information open .