From the airport to town:
Book an authorised cab at the Főtaxi kiosk outside Terminal 2 and tell the dispatcher if you need assistance. The communal miniBUD minibus also provides door-to-door transfer services. Inform the driver if you need help in boarding and alighting.
All stations on green metro line 4 have lifts, as do Örs Vezér Square, Pillangó Street and Puskás Ferenc Stadion on red line 2. All carriages on these routes have step-free access. Currently running to a limited schedule during renovation, blue metro line 3 will be wheelchair-accessible once ready.
Linking Buda and Pest along the main Ring (Nagykörút), tramlines 4 and 6 are mostly served by low-floor vehicles and almost all stops, except Boráros tér, offer easy access. Low-floor vehicles also serve tramlines 1, 3, 17 and 19.
Equipped with mechanically folding ramps, low-floor buses and trolleybuses operate on most lines, with a designated door for boarding.
Those with physical disabilities accompanied by a carer can use the door-to-door shuttle service offered by Budapest’s transport company, BKK. Call +36 70 390 3414.
For more information, refer to the BKK Futár and the Route4U apps.