In Hungary, medications — such as painkillers, remedies for fever and cramps — can be purchased without prescriptions; however, most medicines can only be bought on prescription, including emergency contraception pills. For prescriptions, please visit the CEU Medical Center.
Pharmacy closest to the CEU Complex:
Dorottya Gyogyszertar (BENU)
5th district, Dorottya u. 13.
Phone: (36-1) 317-3696
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Pharmacies closest to the CEU Residence Center:
Ors Vezer Pharmacy (BENU) (open for 24 hours)
14th district, Ors Vezer tere Medical Center (Szakorvosi Rendelo), Ors Vezer ter 23.
Phone: (36-1) 221-3861
14th district, Arkad Shopping Mall, Ors vezer tere 25/A
Phone: (36-1) 434 8334
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
24-hour pharmacies in Budapest (complete list available here):
- Terez Patika, VI. district, Terez krt. 41, Phone: (36-1) 311-4439
- Elefant Gyogyszertar, X. district, Pongrac ut 19, Phone: (36-1) 431-9940
- Szena Ter Patika, I. district, Szena ter 1, Phone: (36-1) 225 7830
- BENU Beke teri Gyogyszertar, XIII. district, Lehel ut 74-76, Phone: (36-1) 320-8006
In Austria, you can locate the nearest pharmacies based on postal code via this website using the section „Search for a pharmacy“: https://www.wien.gv.at/english/health-socialservices/doctors/.
To find a (24-hour) pharmacy there is an informative service 24 hours per day under the number: 1455.
Furthermore, you can use the link “Display pharmacies on the city map” and search a pharmacy on the city map.