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How do I get to the city center and to the campus?

If you arrive by plane, the cheapest way to get to the city is the S-Bahn (S7) or train (RJ). The fastest way would be the CAT train, but it is more expensive. You can find information about transportation to and from the airport here. From the station Wien Mitte you can take the metro/tram/bus to your accommodation. If you want to come to the campus directly, get off at Geiselbergstraße and take the tram (11) to Schrankenberggasse. 

If you arrive by train, you best get off at Hauptbahnhof (main station) as it is close to the campus and you have a huge variety of connections. From there you can take the metro/tram/bus to your accommodation or the tram (D) to the campus. 


What is the easiest way to get to CEU's Residence Center in case my transportation is not arranged in advance?

The Residence Center is located in Budapest's 10th district, 1106 Kerepesi ut 87. To get there:

From Liszt Ferenc International Airport:
The easiest is to take an airport minibus.

Public transport from Liszt Ferenc International Airport:

The Budapest Transport Center (BKK) operates bus 200E between Liszt Ferenc Airport and Kobanya Kispest station where metro line M3 starts. If you want to reach CEU's Residence Center, you should first take bus 85 or 85E to Ors Vezer tere, and change there to bus 44, or 45 and get off at the  'Egyenes utcai lakotelep' stop where the CEU Residence Center is located.

From Keleti Palyaudvar (Eastern railway station):

Take metro line M2 to Ors Vezer tere, and change there to bus 44, or 45 and get off at the  'Egyenes utcai lakotelep' stop where the CEU Residence Center is located.

You are strongly advised to buy - before using any public transport service - a standard monthly travel pass (9.500 forints) for traveling safely on Budapest's public transport network. This pass entitles you to unlimited use of all BKK transport services in Budapest - and it will save you from any unpleasant disputes with ticket inspectors.

For more details on public transportation in Budapest, please visit the company's website.

Please note that metro line M3 is currently under reconstruction, which includes the operation of metro replacement buses between some stations. For your orientatation, a map of metro lines is available here.

How do I get from the Residence Center to CEU?

Central European University (1051 Budapest, Nador utca 9) is located in the city center. See map how to get from the Residence Center to the CEU campus.