Public transport boat services in Budapest



Ferry line D14 links Districts 21 and 23 across the Danube. The ferry operates between Csepel-Királyerdő and Soroksár, Molnár-sziget piers. Please check the timetable here:  




Passengers require a full-fare ferry ticket  (170 HUF), a pupil ferry ticket  (110 HUF) or a pensioner ferry ticket (110 HUF).

In addition to the ferry tickets listed above, the below daily travelcards and Budapest-passes are also also accepted:

  • Budapest-travelcards (Budapest 24-hour, 72-hour travelcards, Budapest 24-hour group travelcard);
  • pupil group travelcard, event related ticket;
  • Budapest-passes (all passes with the term “Budapest-pass” in their name);

Ferry tickets are available in advance at BKK customer service points ad ticket offices, or from the crew on site.

Budapest Cards are accepted for the ferry service during the card’s validity period.

Passengers who are eligible for free local public transport can travel by ferry for free. Discounted passes (student, pensioner, parent with small child) are also valid for the ferry service.

Ferry tickets (along with travelcards, passes and Budapest Cards) entitle a single passenger to use the ferry. Bicycles, motorcycles (and in the same category: trailer, horse, quad), cars, trucks (lorries) or buses require separate dedicated ferry tickets.

Bicycles and dogs can be taken on board. The bike requires a separate ferry ticket or a bicycle pass, while dogs require a separate full-price ferry ticket, a Budapest-travelcard or monthly dog pass. For everything else, the rules on transporting dogs must be respected.

For more information on tickets and passes please go to this link; check out the sales points here.


Further information

Please do not step onto the passenger bridge before the ferry has fully docked. Non-complying passengers are subject to a fine.