Find updated information on Coronavirus in Hungary and Budapest.   Coronavirus in Hungary information on the website of the UK Embassy: Hungary travel advice on this link. Access UK government services while in Hungary on this link. If you’re abroad, dedicated coronavirus...
Do you want to travel from Budapest Airport to the city center by taxi ? Here are our tips to avoid any stress and misadventure with taxis from the airport! A taxi from Budapest Airport is with the Hungarian taxi...
The metro of Budapest, inaugurated in 1896, is composed of 4 lines operating every day from 04:30 to 23:00. The capital Budapest has about fifty metro stations served by four metro lines. These lines are called M1 (yellow line), M2...
The Budapest Tourist Information Points are the only official tourist offices in Budapest. In each of these offices of the tourism point of Budapest you can find  free maps of the city, many lists of activities, leaflets and free magazines. In particular...
The Hungarian language is of the Finno-Ugric branch that originated between the Volga and the Urals in the first millennium BC. The hungarian language is difficult but using a few words in Hungarian will certainly be appreciated by the...
Public transport in Budapest is well developed and runs with high frequency, with the city served by metro, tram, trolley and bus. While it is free for people over 65 from the European Union, the single ticket price is...
Taxis in Budapest are numerous and subject to a strict legislative framework that applies in particular to their tariffs and obligatory yellow color. It is easy to book a taxi in Budapest or hail one in downtown, and their cost...
Here are the useful emergencies numbers and contacts in Budapest to know for your stay in the Hungarian capital: USEFUL PHONE NUMBERS Ambulance: 104 Fire: 105 Police: 107 Central Emergency: 112 Tourist Police (0-24h): +36 1 438 80 80 24H / 24 medical assistance in English:...
The climate of Budapest is continental, marked by cold winters (-1 ° of average temperature in January) and hot summers (21 ° of average temperature in July). Rainfall is scarce (610 mm per year) and the annual sunshine is...
In order to best plan your trip to Budapest, check your dates of stay with regard to public holidays in Hungary. Dates of Public holidays in Hungary: public holidays in Hungary in chronological order: January 1st: New Year's Day is always...
Do I need a VISA to enter Hungary? Hungary has been a member of the Schengen Area since 2007 and EU citizens do not need a visa. An identity document - passport or identity card - allows you to stay in...
The Hungarian capital has more than 200 hotels and more than 2,000 apartments or rooms for short-term rentals. However, we recommend that you book your accommodation in advance in order to benefit from the best rates, especially during the periods...
'The Hungarian currency is the Forint which abbreviates to 'HUF' (Hungarian Forint) or sometimes 'Ft' ('Forint'). Even Hungary is part of the European Union, you pay there with Forint, the Hungarian currency. However, many shops and restaurants in Budapest accept...