Getting around in Budapest by public transport is simple, and quite cheap. Especially if compared to cities like London and Paris.
Budapest Card combines the convenience of unlimited public transport, the opportunity to visit for free, or with large discounts, over 100 tourist attractions; Budapest's best museums, spas, bars, restaurants and even hammams are included.
Hungarian National Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts, History Museum, Lukács spas, are some of the must-see attractions included in the card.
The city card also allows you to use the renowned ones tramlines 2, 4 and 6 that run through the most beautiful and significant places in the city. So you can enjoy the beauties of the old town from the window of a vintage vehicle, often dated, and, precisely for this reason, really suggestive.
It also includes two free walking tours, lasting about 150 minutes. A tour leaves from Buda at 14: 00. Another, starts from Pest at 10: 30.
Budapest City Card is available in four different sizes, depending on the duration. We recommend it for the price, the number of attractions included (including access to the thermal baths) and the possibility to avoid queues at the counters.
Here, below, what is included in the single Budapest City Card, regardless of the cut purchased:
Budapest Card is available in four different standard types which differ depending on the duration. The 24 hours card costs 21.99 €; the 72 hours card costs 42.99 €; the card from 96h, costs 52.99 €.
Big news, however, the brand new one CARD PLUS. Available exclusively in the 72h version, it offers all the advantages of the standard card, plus some exclusive benefits. Among these, free admission to the funicular to the Buda Castle, a airport shuttle, a Danube cruise it's a typical dessert at the Molnar! Cost 66.99 € per person.
You can buy your Budapest City Card from the comfort of your own home. As soon as you land at the airport, you can pick it up directly at the Budapestinfo, located in the 2A and 2B Terminals.
Alternatively, you can collect your card at the following points in the city:
Budapestinfo Point on Sütő Street.
Budapest District 5 Sütő u. 2 (Piazza Deák metro station, M1, M2, M3 lines).