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Ráday utca 31 K, Budapest, Ungarn

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From Nyugati Railway Station take Metro 3 (Blue Metro) towards Kőbánya-Kispest direction. Get off at Kálvin Square after four stops. When the escalators bring you up to the underpass find an exit to Ráday Street. Walk ahead and on the right side you will find Ráday 31/k. You have to turn right into a short dead end alley which leads you to the house. Please note that 'K” is written on two different gates – the one you are looking for is right in front of you on your way to the house. (The other one is at the right corner and letter 'K' above the gate is bigger).

From Keleti Railway Station take Metro 2 (Red Metro) towards Déli pályaudvar direction. Get off at Deák Square after three stops and change for Metro 3 (Blue Metro).

From Deák Square travel two stops with Metro 3 towards Kőbány-Kispest direction and get off at Kálvin Square. When the escalators bring you up to the underpass choose an exit to Ráday Street. Walk ahead and on your right you will find Ráday 31/k. You have to turn right into a short dead end alley which leads you to the house. Please note that 'K' is written on two different gates – the one you are looking for is right in front of you on your way to the house. (The other one is at the right corner and the letter 'K' above the gate is bigger).

From Déli Railway Station take Metro 2 /Red Metro/ towards Őrs Vezér Tere. Get off at Deák Square after three stops and change for Metro 3 (Blue Metro). From Deák Square travel two stops with Metro 3 towards Kőbánya-Kispest and get off at Kálvin Square. When the escalators bring you up to the underpass choose an exit to Ráday Street. Walk ahead and on the right side you will find Ráday 31/k. You have to turn right into a short dead end alley which leads you to the house. Please note that 'K' is written on two different gates – the one you are looking for is right in front of you on your way to the house (the other one is at the right corner and the letter 'K' above the gate is bigger).

From Liszt Ferenc Airport

By taxi
A well-organized taxi service is working at Budapest Airport, you can easily find their booth right outside the airport. They are operating with fixed prices around 6000 Ft.

By minibus
Similarly to other airports, at Budapest Airport a ‘shuttle service’ called ‘Airport Minibus’ is operating. Tickets can be purchased in the offices, located in the terminals.
The offices in both terminals are at your service around the clock. The buses depart depending on the number of passengers. Each bus carries those passengers who travel to the same direction

By bus and metro
Budapest Airport is relatively well accessible also by public transportation. Passengers are taken by a direct bus service from Terminals, called the 'Bus 200' to Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal. The bus runs quite frequently, between 10 and 20 minutes even on Sundays and holidays.

From Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal travel eight stops and get off at Kálvin Square.
When the escalators bring you up to the underpass choose an exit to Ráday Street. Walk ahead and on the right side you will find Ráday 31/k. You have to turn right into a short dead end alley which leads you to the house. Please note that the letter 'K' is written on two different gates – the one you are looking for is right in front of you on your way to the house. (The other one is at the right corner and the letter 'K' above the gate is bigger).

By car
Here you can find the GPS coordinates of Ráday apartment: N 47°48527 E 19°06459.
The nearest metro station (Metro 3)is on Kálvin Square, at the begining of Ráday Street. Here you can also find the stop of tram 47 and 49, bus 9 and 15. If you approach the apartment from Kálvin Square it will be on your right side. The other end of the street leads to the „Big Ring”, one of Budapest’s main roads where tram 4 and 6 runs even during the night. If you come to the flat from this direction you will find it on your left side.