Budapest is a sprawling metropolis with several transport options available to passengers. BKK, the mobility manager of the city, has put together a practical guide that contains all relevant information for tourists and visitors. Through the handy booklet future customers get the chance to familiarise themselves in advance with the different means of transport, with daytime and night transport network maps and also with tips on how to read timetables in the Hungarian capital. Additionally, the publication sheds light on ticket and pass sales points, on barrier-free accessibility to public transport and on some rules to keep in mind. Also, technological solutions are introduced that help to make journey planning fast and easy.
Tourist guideIn PDF format (2,7 MB)
New fascinating 360-degree short videos featuring MOL Bubi
BKK published 360-degree short films demonstrating the interesting sights in Budapest and at the same enticing viewers to use the MOL Bubi public bikes. The films have English subtitles to encourage foreign tourists not only to visit the Hungarian capital, but also to try out the public bikes. Thanks to the innovative filming technique, viewers get to see the surroundings in full rotation if they wish, and have a unique, virtual reality experience. Public bikes are the latest addition to public transport with the aim of offering passengers a new travel alternative for short trips in the city. Each bike hire with a MOL Bubi ticket or pass is free for 30 minutes which is sufficient time for exploring a few sites in the city centre on routes that are not covered by other public transport vehicles. For longer sight-seeing adventures though, it is still recommended to return your bike within half-an-hour and take a new one.
More information about use and fares is available at molbubi.bkk.hu