Hungary's international airport is easy to reach from any point on the globe. Budapest Ferihegy airport has two terminals about 28 kilometres from the city - Hungarian Airlines MALÉV flights use Ferihegy Terminal 2A, with all major airlines flying into and departing from Terminal 2B.
Budapest has three large international railway stations: Eastern (Keleti), Western (Nyugati) and Southern (Déli). The following international rail passes are valid in Hungary: INTER RAIL, BIJ, EURO DOMINO, RES, CITY-STAR. Passengers from non-European countries may use EURAILPASS, EURAIL FLEXI PASS and EURAIL TICKET.
In terms of documents, you only need a valid driving licence, registration document and a country sticker to enter Hungary.
International traffic rules generally apply in Hungary. Drink-driving is strictly prohibited.
Volánbusz Rt., being a member of Eurolines, operates scheduled services to 15 countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, the Ukraine, Yugoslavia.
There is a scheduled hydrofoil service on the Danube, calling at Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest between early April and early November. Voyage time: from Vienna to Budapest 5 hours, from Budapest to Vienna 6 hours. After the voyage, which takes you through scenic areas, you arrive in the heart of the town.