10th International Symposium on the Biology of Terrestrial Isopods
August, 27 - 30, 2017, Budapest, Hungary
FlightsThere are daily direct flights from most European and from some North American cities to Liszt Ferenc Airport. The terminals (1 and 2A, 2B) are situated on the SE margin of Budapest, 20 km from the city centre and is a destination for many low fare air carriers, too. From the Liszt Ferenc Airport there is a reliable and economical minibus service (Airport Minibus service). Public transport buses (<#200E, air conditioned, from Terminal 1 also #93) circulate between the terminals and the Kőbánya-Kispest terminal of Metro line 3 (“blue line”) at 8-15-minute intervals in daytime. Trains from Terminal 1 leave for Nyugati railway station frequently. A taxi service Főtaxi has exclusive rights for operation from (and to) the airport for fixed fares.
Budapest has direct rail links to several European capitals. There are three major international railway stations in Budapest: Keleti Pályaudvar (Eastern Railway Station), on Metro lines 2 and 4 (“red and green lines”) Nyugati pályaudvar (Western Railway Station), on Metro line 3 (“blue line”) Déli Pályaudvar (Southern Railway Station), on Metro line 2 (“red line”) For more informations to plan your travel and stay in Budapest see http://www.budapestbylocals.com
Local travelThe University of Veterinary Medicine (http://www.univet.hu/en) is in walking distance to Keleti (Eastern) Railway Station, and its stations for Metro lines 2 and 4. There are also stops for trolley-buses (lines 73, 74, 76, 78) nearby (see http://www.bkk.hu/en/).
AccomodationThere are several possibilities to find a perfect accomodation for yourself with the help of the internet.