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Budapest Bus stations (arriving by bus)

Arriving to Budapest by bus


Just like arriving by train, arriving by bus can be also fun from the surrounding countries mostly. Our advice is to choose bus only if you arrive from the west (Austria, Germany) or from the North-West (western part of Slovakia, Czech Republic). Arriving from these directions you will travel on fast highways. Though a lot of new highways are under constructions recently, arriving from east or south you may spend just too much time on buses.

International services of Eurolines and the Transdanubian services of Volánbusz arrive at the new Népliget station:

Click on the logo of the transportation companies and you will find all information you need. To compare to the train company or to the city transport company I think that VOLÁNBUSZ has a quite good website for English speaking users.

Eurolines is a group of Companies their services you can reach directly here or from the VOLÁNBUSZ site above.

Domestic buses use two other stations, too. Buses from East Hungary arrive at the Népstadion bus station, those from the Danube Bend at the Árpád Bridge bus station. Each bus station is connected with a metro station.

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