The address of the conference is:
H-1117 Budapest, Magyar tudósok körútja 2.
This map provides an overview about the venue and its surroundings with more important places marked.
By Air - Participants flying to Budapest will arrive at Ferihegy airports 1, 2A or 2B, near to each other. From the airport taxi cabs or airport shuttle buses provide door to door services (to your hotel). Shuttle bus services can be ordered at the central information desk in the arrival lobby for ca. 10-15 Euros, one way. Back to the airport you can order this service from your hotel a day before your departure.
By Road - Hungary can be approached from all neighboring countries on several highways. The main ones are tollways. Passes can be purchased at the border stations. Drivers from the West should take the M1 tollway from the direction of Vienna.
By Rail - International trains can stop at one of three railway stations in the heart of Budapest, arriving either at Nyugati (Western), Keleti (Eastern) or Déli (Southern) stations. Each station is well within an hour from the conference venue.
Public transportation in Budapest
It is extensive, realiable and not too expensive. Fares cannot be paid on board, and there are fines for traveling without a validated ticket. Tickets are valid for one ride only. A new ticket must be used every time you change lines. Tickets can be purchased at metro stations, hotels, newspaper kiosks and tobacco shops. Tickets cost ca. 1.3 Euros. Some special passes are available.
Participants are recommended to exchange some money to Hungarian Forints (HUF) at arrival, there are several ATMs at the airport, at the railway stations and all over the city. (Banks in Hungary are open generally between 9:00 a.m. and 17:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday, but several exchanging kiosks can be found in the city and in shopping centers.) Exchange rate is around: 1€ (Euro) = 300 HUF (Hungarian Forint)