Budapest is connected with 25 capitals through its railway system. More than 50 international lines leaving each day. The InterCity trains, which connect the capital with provincial cities, are very comfortable.
Railway stations: Budapest has three main international railway stations.
The two railway stations from which trains are leaving to Pécs is the so-called "Déli Pályaudvar" (Southern Station), the other is the "Keleti Pályaudvar" (Eastern Station).
The timetable for Hungarian trains can be found on this website: http://www.elvira.hu
Daytime transport service – key routes - Budapest: http://www.bkk.hu/apps/docs/terkep/turisztikai_tkp.pdf
Route planning and timetables of Budapest public transportation: http://www.bkk.hu/en/timetables/
Your practical guide to Budapest public transportation: http://bkk.hu/apps/docs/turisztikai_kiadvany_en.pdf
After landing in Hungary you'll find an Airport Minibus office at the terminal. We advise you to take an Airport Minibus shuttle which ride to Pécs directly. This is the most convenient way of travelling and it costs approx. HUF 9,000 (≈ EUR 30). If you contact your program coordinator before your arrival, she will gladly help you to arrange a Minibus shuttle to Pécs. There are two main companies, which offer airport shuttle from Budapest to Pécs:
In Hungary four interstate highways and four main roads leave from Budapest (except the main road 8).
It is obligatory to have a toll-road sticker for all highways (available at the frontier and at gas stations). The sticker for 10-day duration is approx. 2000-3000 HUF (approx.€7-10).
The same rules of the road apply as in the other European countries. However, here are some rules tourist must stick to: the speed limit in town is 50km/h, outside of living space 90km/h and on highways 110km/h. In town honking is only permitted in justified cases. Drinking and driving is punished very strictly.
All have desks located immediately after customs on the arrivals levels in both Terminal 2A and Terminal 2B