Trams #1 and #2 terminate at Szeged Train Station - Tram #1 departs from Szeged Plaza and Tram #2 departs from Európa Liget.Szeged Tram Stop
Make sure you have a valid tram ticket as ticket inspectors do travel on these tram routes frequently.
When you are at Szeged train station you need to watch the timetables for delays and platform changes.Szeged Train Station
Make sure you are on the correct platform. The train to Ferihegy Airport and Budapest normally leaves from Platform 5, but on rare ocassions from Platform 4.
The Bicycle is great for general exercise and saving money when travelling all over Hungary.Bicycle bought from Hervis
This bicycle cost 60,000 HUF - A Yearly Travel Pass costs a lot more!
If you want to check other bus routes, and timetables, leaving from Szeged and other parts of Hungary use this 'bus routes checker' website.Bus Routes Checker Website
It details other bus companies besides Volánbusz, which means you have a wider selection of tourist trips!
An adult, single, 2nd class ticket from Szeged to Budapest currently costs 3,705 HUF.
Make sure you are in the correct carriage, otherwise you may be fined; if you are not asked to upgrade your ticket.
If you do not want to pay for two seperate transport rides (350 HUF each ride/ticket), you can buy a Transfer Ticket (530 HUF) valid for two rides within 90 minutes.Budapest Transfer Ticket
The transfer ticket is valid for one trip with one change-over in one direction on buses, trams, metro, etc. See Section 3 of the Transport T&Cs.
This 24 Hour travel pass is valid on the metro, tram, trolley bus, bus and boat in and around Budapest city centre.Daily Travel Pass
It is ideal for visiting residential areas as well as tourist areas.
If you need to locate a metro station look for the M sign.
The older, inner-city, metro stations use the older sign posts at their entrance.
The entrance of an inner-city metro station.
Below you will find timed recordings of some public transport trips, driving journeys, cycling trips and tourist walks I have taken over the last year or so. Their routes and journey times were recorded to give you some idea of how far a main tourist attraction, landmark or city/town/village is in relation to a certain Hungarian starting point (i.e. train station or city centre).
Some examples: I recently travelled from Szeged to Budapest by car and later by train. I also timed certain tourist walks within Budapest, drove to certain government buildings and took public transport to them as well. I cycled around Budapest too. Here are some Journeys From Szeged.
I did these recordings so you have exact timings, correct directions and up-to-date information in terms of timetables, routes and website links. I did not want to put estimated times on this website because I know it is not nice when someone tells you a journey or distance is "ONLY 5 Minutes/Miles Away" when in reality it is 10-15 Minutes/Miles Away.
Below is an actual time recording from Szeged Train Station to Budapest Nyugati Train Station via Budapest International Airport (Hungary) - By car it took 1 Hour 50 Minutes and by train it took 2 Hours 31 Minutes (with a 7 Minute delay):
Below are actual time recordings of visiting certain Budapest landmarks via public transport:
Below are actual time recordings of visiting certain Budapest tourist landmarks on foot:
Below are actual time recordings of visiting certain Budapest landmarks on a bicycle: