Travel to Hungary

Embassies, consulates, Budapest Airport information, transfer to the city, public transportation

Some people are surprised to learn that Hungary has one of the largest Chinese communities in Europe. This means that there are always plenty of opportunities for help and that the Chinese Embassy and consular services are very active.

Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Hungary
1068 Budapest, Városligeti fasor 20-22.
Tel: +36-1-4132400  Fax: +36-1-3229067 
Email: chinaemb_hu@mfa.gov.cn
web: www.chinaembassy.hu

Embassy of Hungary in Beijing
Address: Dong Zhi Men Wai St. No. 10, Beijing 100600, PRC
Phone: (+86 10) 6532-1431, 6532-1432, 6532-1433
Fax: (+86 10) 6532-5053
E-mail: mission.pek@mfa.gov.hu
Web: http://www.mfa.gov.hu/kulkepviselet/CN/en/mainpage.htm

Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing
Phone: (+86 10) 6532-0665
Fax: (+86 10) 6532-2719
E-mail: consular.pek@mfa.gov.hu

Economical and Commercial Office of the Embassy of Hungary in Beijing
Phone: (+86 10) 6532-3787
Fax: (+86 10) 6532-5131
E-mail: peking@hita.hu

Travel to and in Hungary

Hungary is an easy location to reach by road or by air. Budapest Ference Liszt Airport, awarded the title of best airport in Eastern Europe for customer satisfaction in 2014, awaits short hop and long-haul flights. From May 2015, this will include  a direct Beijing-Budapest flight four times a week. It is just 16km from downtown Budapest Taxi, bus and rail transport can whisk you into the capital in as little as 25 minutes. The capital Budapest has a fast and inexpensive public transportation system, with 4 metro lines, 32 tram lines and hundreds of buses. Budapest is safe and easy to explore and has great parks, entertainment and shopping facilities. Budapest has now a public bike-sharing system called BUBI, similar to those operating in London, Washington DC and Amsterdam.

Budapest Bike