By car – from Budapest
Szeged is 165 km away from Budapest on highway M5. Before accessing to highway M5, you have to buy a highway sticker for your car. Stickers can be purchased at any Hungarian gas station or online as well: „motorway vignette”.
GPS coordinates: 46.280429, 20.104437
From the Airport
After arriving to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (so called Ferihegy) Terminal 2A, you can use 200E bus transport from the airport to the train station (Ferihegy Airport Station), where you can buy your train ticket to Szeged (note: this is a direct train line to Szeged, it is not necessary to travel into the centre of Budapest). InterCity train runs from Ferihegy Airport Station to Szeged, in every hour from 06:13am to 20:13pm. Buying your train ticket, you can choose from two types of service: normal class and IC class. The differences: IC class has more comfortable seats and air-condition, traveling on IC class requires supplementary ticket (360 HUF). You can buy train tickets online too: Online train ticket purchase
Also you can rent a car from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport:
We suggest you to use the service of the following shuttle companies, for special transfer rate, please use the „ELIALPS” code.
In case of arriving to Keleti Station, you should travel to Deák Ferenc tér using M2 (red) metro line. At Deák Ferenc tér change the line to M3 (blue metro line) and get off at Nyugati pályaudvar (Nyugati Station). InterCity train runs on Budapest-Cegléd-Kecskemét-Szeged line in every hour from 5:53am to 20:53pm. Buying your train ticket, you can choose from two types of service: normal class and IC class. The differences: IC class has more comfortable seats and air-condition, traveling on IC class requires supplementary ticket (360 HUF). You can buy tickets online: Online train ticket purchase.