Central European University
ENQA 2017 will be held at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary.
The main entrance to CEU’s Monument Building (Nádor utca 9). The ENQA workshop will be held in the Popper and Gellner Rooms of this building.
The entrance to CEU’s new campus buildings (Nádor utca 13 and 15). The Nádor 15 (N15) building houses a café and a restaurant, which are both open to the public.
Getting to the city center from the airport
Public transport (daytime)
The Budapest Transport Center (BKK) runs bus line 100E directly between Liszt Ferenc International Airport and the center of Budapest, Deak Ferenc ter, close to CEU’s main Campus at Nador utca 9. This bus departs every 30 minutes from 4:00 a.m. to 00:30 a.m.
The first bus leaves from the airport each morning at 05:00, and the last one at 0:30. The special Airport shuttle bus ticket costs 900 Forints (about 3 euros) and can be purchased from any ticket vending machine or from the bus driver. Please be aware that no other types of tickets or travel passes are valid on line 100E.
Non-direct bus lines are available outside these hours. For more details, visit this site of the Liszt Ferenc airport.
miniBUD is the official airport shuttle service provider for Budapest Airport. It provides comfortable, fast and favorable transfer solutions for passengers wishing to travel from the airport to your accommodation in Budapest, and from your accommodation to the airport.
Főtaxi is the taxi company with the longest traditions (founded 1913) in Hungary transports passengers between the terminals and Budapest. Taxis are located at the taxi rank in front of the arrivals terminal. Reservations can be made in person at the Főtaxi booths located at the exits at Terminals 2A and 2B. A ride to the city center should typically cost around 6500 HUF (22 EUR) depending on traffic conditions. Payments can be made with cash or with a credit card. For more information, visit www.fotaxi.hu, call +36 1 222 2 222, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taxify is a mobile application that allows you to request a taxi or private driver from your smartphone. For more information, visit http://taxify.eu.
CEU is located in central Pest and is therefore only a few minutes away on foot from many of the city’s main attractions. For longer distances, Budapest offers an efficient public transportation system. We recommend downloading the following apps on your smartphone:
- Google Maps (Don’t forget to download the offline map for Budapest.)
- BKK Futár (with real-time schedules; requires Internet connection)
- Smart City Budapest (works offline; requires address of destination)
- Taxify (requires Internet connection)
- Főtaxi (requires Internet connection)
For more details, visit this site of BKK.