HOW TO GET TO HUNGARY: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
Hungary’s main international airport is Ferihegy Airport in Budapest. From this airport it is possible to reach dozens of destinations in the world managed by a total of over 50 airlines. Many airlines connect Hungary with major European cities. The country has four other international airports such as Debrecen, Győr-Pér, Pécs-Pogány and Sármellék near Lake Balaton.
The plane is the most comfortable and fastest way to get to the country. You can find both direct flights and flights with a stopover.
HOW TO GET TO HUNGARY: TRAINS
The Hungarian railway network extends over 7,500 km and radiates from Budapest and connects the whole country.
International Transport: The train is an excellent alternative to get to Hungary. The Hungarian railway network is managed by the Hungarian State Railways (MÁV). The State Railways (MÁV Rt.) Manage express trains for the main cities of Europe. All countries bordering Hungary are connected by the rail network.
Internal Transport: Budapest has three main railway stations (southern, eastern, western) from here there are connections for all of the country. From the capital to the other main cities and towns of Hungary there are express and intercity trains.
HOW TO GET TO HUNGARY: BUS
International Transport: Another means of transport widely used to get to Hungary is the bus. The country is connected with all neighboring countries and with the most important European countries by bus lines.
Internal Transport: The bus network that connects the cities and towns of Hungary is very well developed, the possibility of mixed use of trains and buses is also good.
International Transport: There is a boat service that connects Budapest to Vienna with a hydrofoil, from April to the end of October. This service is organized by the Hungarian Shipping Company (MAHART RT.). The journey takes 6 hours from Vienna to Budapest and 5 hours in reverse.
Internal Transport: Regular ship and ferry services make connections on Lake Balaton. Furthermore, there are boats that also serve along the Danube and the Tisza, both navigable rivers.
The climate of Hungary.