Travel information:

How to get there and away:
Route from the Ferenc Liszt Airport to the Institute for Geochemical Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences in the building of "MTA Kutatóház" at 45 Budaörsi út (road).

...and the details:
At the center of the picture there is a tall building (at the corner of Budaörsi út - Töhöm utca) called "MTA Kutatóház", which is the venue of the Workshop, and where you can find the Institute for Geochemical Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (second and third floors).


Some useful info:

Arrival by air plane

The airport at Budapest recently has been renamed to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, but before its name was Budapest Ferihegy International Airport. There are 3 terminals: Terminal 1 (mostly for discounted price air services) and Terminals 2A and 2B (for other companies).

Transfer from the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to the city center or to the hotel:

- Airport shuttle ( to any address
- Zóna taxi ( to any address
- Weekendbus (óránként-1.pdf) (ticket price 5 Euro)
- Train (only between Terminal 1 and the Nyugati (Western) Railway Station, Budapest)
- By normal bus+metro: Passengers are taken by a direct bus service from Terminals 1 and 2, called the Bus 200 to Kõbánya-Kispest metro terminal.

How to get to the venue of Isotope Workshop XI (ESIR 2011)?

The place of the Isotope Workshop XI is at the Budaörsi út 45 (”Fehér ló” bus-stop) can be reached by the following buses <--see the map

From Déli-Pályaudvar (Southern) Railway Station: bus No. 139

From Móricz Zsigmond körtér (square): bus No. 40 (from Monday to Friday only) bus 240 (only at weekends)

See the picture of the site (our building) here
See a closer view here