Budapest Keleti Train Station — Keleti pályaudvar, Hungarian for Eastern Railway Station is the largest among the three main railway stations (together with Nyugati pályaudvar and Déli pályaudvar) in Budapest. It can be found in the 8th district (Józsefváros), on Baross Square.
It’s the main train terminal for international trains arriving in Budapest Hungary. There are international connections to Vienna in Austria, central Prague, Zurich hbf, Istanbul Turkey, Venice railway station, Munich hbf, Berlin in Gerlany and Warsaw central st..
Keleti train station at Baross ter (metro: Keleti Palyaudvar) handles domestic trains to and from the north and north-east. Trains for the Great Plain and the Danube Bend arrive and depart from Nyugati train station.
For trains bound for Transdanubia and Lake Balaton, go to Deli train station (metro: Deli). Getting to town: to get to the metro station (red line), go down the stairs and through the underpass to the outdoor plaza. The metro entrance is on the far side of the plaza. Most international trains leave from Keleti.
Keleti Station stands out in the midst of a decidedly down market area. It was built in 1884 and is the second oldest of Budapest’s train stations, after Nyugati.
It was designed by Gyula Rochlitz and Janos Feketehazy. It has recently been renovated and its iron gates are magnificent. Trains to Vienna and the West leave from here.
Air Connections — Budapest Ferihegy International Airport is the main international airport of Hungary. The airport lies 10 miles or 16 km southeast of the city centre.