Tourist Information about Budapest and Hungary
You don’t need to be in Budapest long to realise that you never know quite where you stand – and that’s not because of the street layout. Everywhere you look, there is evidence of a city that has been brought to its knees – and restored to its former glory – time and time again. Budapest is not just a city of stunning buildings – many of its museums serve to highlight a history that is proud and unfortunate in equal measure…
On the pages listed below you will find plenty of useful information about Budapest and Hungary. You will find all sorts of Travel guides, Travel tips and much more.
Arrival at Budapest
by plane www.bud.hu
by train www.mavstart.hu
Transportation in Budapest
public transportation in Budapest (BKV)
tickets and passes (BKV)
parking in Budapest
Things to do in Budapest
Hungary’s electricity network operates at 230 Volts. Plugs are the regulation continental type.
Shops: food shops are open from 7 am – 6 pm, clothes shops between 10 am – 6 pm Mon. to Sat. Most shopping centres are also open on Sun. Tesco is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Office hours: generally from 8am – 4 pm Mon. to Fri.
Post offices: Mon. – Fri: 8 am – 6 pm, Sat 8 am – 1 pm ( for details see Postal services section )
Banks: Mon – Thu: 8 am – 3 pm, Fri: 8 am – 1 pm.
Gellert Spa Budapest
Kiraly Bath Budapest
Rudas Bath Budapest
Lukacs Bath Budapest
Szechenyi Spa Budapest