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Combined tickets
From station to station
NAGYMAROS
ESZTERGOM
DÖMÖS
VÁC
VISEGRÁD
TAHITÓTFALU
Buy a combined
ticket
Travel to the Danube Bend by boat
and return by bus.
Present your Eurolines ticket (purchased in the same year) to
the MAHART ticket office to receive a 10% discount on domestic
cruise, hydrofoil, and scheduled boat rides.
LEÁNYFALU
Valid: 3 June 2014 – 28 September 2014
SZENTENDRE
ÚJPESTVÁROSKAPU
ÁRPÁD BRIDGE
BATTHYÁNY SQUARE
VIGADÓ SQUARE
BELGRÁD QUAY
Contact information:
MAHART PassNave Személyhajózási Kft.,
Vigadó Square Pier
District V
Telephone: 9 AM – 9 PM every day
(+36) 1 318 1223
Email: er[email protected]
For the sake of convenience and comfort, purchase
your ticket for the section between the Danube Bend
and Budapest at the ticket offices at MAHART Vigadó
Square or the International Pier.
VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt.,
1091 Budapest, Üllői street 131.,
Telephone: between 8 AM and 4 PM on weekdays
(+36) 1 382-0888
Email: [email protected]
www.volanbusz.hu
www.mahart.info • www.szemelyhajozas.hu
Dear Passengers,
You are holding in your hands the joint information provided
by MAHART PassNave Ltd. and VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt. Our objective is to provide visitors to the Danube Bend with information
to help plan their trip. Discover the peerless sights and points
of interest of the settlements in the Danube Bend region and
hike in the Pilis and Visegrád Mountains. We invite you to
spend an unforgettable day in this beautiful region and enjoy
its beauty.
We wish you a pleasant trip and hope you have a great time.
SZENTENDRE
BUDAPEST – SZENTENDRE CRUISE LINE
BUDAPEST, Vigadó Square
10:00
14:00*
BUDAPEST, Batthyány Square
10:10
14:10*
SZENTENDRE City Center
11:30
15:30*
The service is available every day between 29 April and 28 September, with
the exception of Mondays.
* The service is available every day between 1 July and 31 August, with the
exception of Mondays. (Except 20 August)
We recommend the Szentendre boat trip to families with small
children, since it reaches its destination in 1.5 hours. Visitors
to this historic city will truly experience a feeling of travelling
in time when visiting the Szentendre Open Air Museum or the
city’s historic centre with its winding narrow streets dotted
with little shops, street vendors, and restaurants.
The bus line between Szentendre and Pilisszentlászló provides
access to several scenic hiking trails. Via the Apátkúti Valley
(Kaán Spring, Arboretum, Ördögmalom Waterfall), Visegrád
is only a pleasant walk away from the pleasant village of Pilisszentlászló and its Alpine-like settings, but more experienced
hikers can take the national Blue Trail to cross Pap Meadow,
Barát-halom (with a view onto the Danube Bend), and NagyVillám Peak (bus) and thus make their way to Visegrád. Dömös is also accessible from Pilisszentlászló by way of Prédikálószék or the Szőke Spring Valley.
From station to station:
Sights in Szentendre: Imre Ámos – Saint Margit Exhibit; The
Barcsay Collection; Ferenczy Museum; Czóbel Museum;
Margit Kovács Ceramic Exhibit; Szentendre Gallery; Szentendre Open Air Museum; Marzipan Museum.
PIER
BUS STATION
TO BUDAPEST
Take a VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt. bus back to Budapest, which takes
you to Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Station.
TOURINFORM
BUS TIMETABLE:
Direction: Szentendre, Bükkös patak – Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Bus Station:
Weekdays
13:06
13:41
14:06
14:41
15:06
15:26
15:41
16:06
16:26
16:41
17:06
17:26
17:41
18:06
19:06
20:41
Weekends
13:06
13:41
14:06
15:06
16:01
16:06
16:41
17:01
17:06
17:41
18:01
18:06
18:26
19:01
19:06
20:41
Travel time: 35 minutes
VÁC
BUDAPEST, VIGADÓ SQUARE – VÁC CRUISE LINE
BUDAPEST
09:00
VÁC
11:00
The service is available every day between 1 May and 31 August 2014 (+ 9 June
except 20 August), with the exception of Mondays, as well as 6-27 September
2014 on Saturdays.
A little baroque treasure chest, Vác is located only 30
km from Budapest in the Danube Bend region on the left
bank of the Danube, in one of Hungary’s most scenic
areas. The buildings, narrow streets, hauntingly beautiful
Danube Banks, numerous historical monuments, and
exhibits are all worth the visit.
The country’s only arc de triumph, stone bridge adorned
with baroque statues, and the first railway are all located
here, as well as the recently discovered mummies now
housed in the Memento Mori exhibit. The promenade
along the Danube bank is unique in its beauty, the
guardrails of which are built of the wrought iron rails
in front of the Parliament. Walking around the city, you
can also visit the monumental cathedral and the newly
renovated baroque main square, which is home to
numerous concerts and events throughout the year.
From station to station:
A rich variety of programs are available in the city’s main
square even on weekdays. The events of the Váci Világi
Vigalom [Vác Worldwide Celebration] are exceptionally
rich and diverse (18-20 July 2014). Approximately 100
free programs offer a great opportunity for relaxing
during this three day event.
BUS STATION
PIER
Take a VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt. bus back to Budapest, which
start from the Vác Bus Station and take you to Budapest,
Újpest-Városkapu Station.
BUS TIMETABLE:
Direction: Vác Bus Station – Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Bus Station:
Weekdays
12:00
12:30
13:00
13:30
14:00
14:30
15:00
15:30
16:00
16:30
Weekends
12:00
13:00
14:00
15:00
16:00
17:00
18:00
19:00
20:00
21:00
Travel time: 55 minutes
17:00
17:30
17:00
18:00
19:00
20:00
21:00
VISEGRÁD
BUDAPEST, VIGADÓ SQUARE – VISEGRÁD
HYDROFOIL LINE
BUDAPEST, Vigadó Square
09:30
VISEGRÁD
10:30
The hydrofoil service is available on Saturdays and Sundays between 3 May
and 28 September 2014. (+ 9 June and 11 July)
BUDAPEST, VIGADÓ SQUARE – VISEGRÁD
CRUISE LINE
BUDAPEST, Vigadó Square
09:00
Vác
11:00
VISEGRÁD
12:00
The service is available every day between 1 May and 31 August, with the
exception of Mondays (+9 June, except 20 August). The service is also
available between 6 and 27 September 2014 on Saturdays.
BUDAPEST, Vigadó Square
10:00
BUDAPEST,
Batthyány Square
10:10
Szentendre City Center
11:30
Leányfalu
12:00
Tahitótfalu
12:15
VISEGRÁD
13:30
The hydrofoil service is available on Saturdays and Sundays between 5 July
and 31 August 2014.
From station to station:
The city of Visegrád is located in the heart of the Danube Bend
region and has played a prominent role in both Hungarian and
European history for more than a thousand years. The castle,
built by King Béla IV in the 1250’s, is a very popular tourist
destination. The Holy Crown of Hungary was kept here for 200
years. The mountain castle is the best known member of the
Visegrád castle network (castle on the water, lower castle, upper
castle), since it is visible from a great distance from all directions
and is the most frequent destination for hikes and trips to Visegrád. The restored rooms of the castle provide beautiful views
of the Danube Bend and contain historic exhibits. This year, the
very popular Visegrád International Palace Games will be held
on 11-13 July 2014. Take a VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt. bus back to Budapest, which takes you to Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Station.
VISEGRÁD PIER
BUS STATION TO BUDAPEST
NAGYMAROS
PIER
LANDING STAGE: VISEGRÁD AND NAGYMAROS
BUS TIMETABLE:
Direction: Visegrád, Landing Stage – Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Bus Station:
Weekdays
12:25
13:25
14:25
14:45
15:25
15:45
16:25
16:45
17:25
18:25
20:00
Weekends
12:25
13:25
14:25
15:20
15:25
16:20
16:25
17:20
17:25
18:20
18:25
Travel time: 1:15
20:00
DÖMÖS
BUDAPEST, VIGADÓ SQUARE – DÖMÖS CRUISE LINE
BUDAPEST
09:00
Vác
11:00
Visegrád
12:00
Nagymaros
12:15
DÖMÖS
12:30
The service is available every day between 1 May and 31 August 2014
(with the exception of Mondays).
The service is also available between 6 and 27 September 2014 on
Saturdays.
After a break of many years, our boats once again stop at
the Dömös Pier. We hope this makes trips to the Visegrád
Mountains even more colourful. Marked hiking trails take you
up to the Rám Chasm or Dobogókő.
In addition to containing periodical exhibits, the Dömös Gallery
and Local History Exhibit, found in the Community Centre,
present a sample of the work of local artists in a permanent
exhibit. Provostship ruins: The Romanesque provostship was
built around 1107. The triple nave Romanesque church has
a semicircular sanctuary at one end, and its crypt is one of
the most important Árpád Era buildings in the Danube Bend
Region.
From station to station:
The most scenic hiking trails in the Visegrád Mountains, or in
fact in all of Hungary, start from Dömös. You can climb up to
the Prédikálószék by way of the Szőke Spring Valley and the
rugged peaks of the Vadálló-kövek, from where you can enjoy
an unparalleled panorama of the region. Or, if you wish to listen
to the burble of a stream, take a trip to the Rám Chasm and
return to the Danube via the less menacing Lukács Valley. A
longer option would be to head up to Dobogókő via Téry út,
with refreshing springs at Fényes-forrás and Ilona-pihenő.
PIER
BUS STATION
TO BUDAPEST
BUS STATION
TO BUDAPEST
Take a VOLÁNBUSZ Zrt. bus back to Budapest, which start
from the Dömös, Post Office or Pier Stations and take you to
Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Station.
BUS TIMETABLE:
Direction: Dömös, Post Office – Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Bus Station:
Weekdays
14:15
15:15
16:15
17:15
18:15
19:50
15:00
Weekends
13:15
14:15
15:15
16:10
16:15
17:10
18:00
Travel time: 1:25
ESZTERGOM
BUDAPEST, VIGADÓ SQUARE – ESZTERGOM
HYDROFOIL LINE
BUDAPEST
09:30
Visegrád
10:30
ESZTERGOM
11:00
The service is available on Saturdays and Sundays between 3 May and 28
September 2014. (+ 11 July)
BUDAPEST, VIGADÓ SQUARE – ESZTERGOM
CRUISE LINE
BUDAPEST
09:00
Vác
11:00
Visegrád
12:00
Nagymaros
12:15
Dömös
12:30
ESZTERGOM
14:00
From station to station:
The service is available every day (except Mondays) between 1 May and 31
August 2014 and on Saturdays between 6-27 September 2014.
This is where King Stephen I, who established the state of
Hungary and was canonized in 1083, was born and where he
was crowned king in 1001. Tourists arriving in the city by boat
disembark at the pier just above the Mária Valéria Bridge, close
to the primateship palace, the royal palace, the basilica, and
the statue of the crowning of Saint Stephen. The Castle Hill
is the best place to start to learn a little about the history of
Esztergom.
Hungary’s first ranking and also largest church is the classicistic
basilica in Esztergom. Both the cupola and the treasury are
amazing things to behold. The remaining and rebuilt parts of
the former royal palace and subsequent palace of the primacy
houses the Castle Museum, which exhibits artefacts among
the medieval rooms and frescoes.
PIER
BUS STATION
BUS TIMETABLE:
You can take the bus from Budapest to Esztergom via either Route 10 (from Budapest Árpád Bridge) or Route 11 (Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Bus Station).
Esztergom Bus Station – Budapest, Újpest-Városkapu Bus Station:
Weekdays
12:40
13:40
14:40
15:40
16:40
17:40
19:15
Weekends
12:40
13:40
14:40
15:40
16:40
17:40
19:15
Travel time: 2 hours
Esztergom Bus Station – Budapest, Árpád Bridge Bus Station:
Weekdays
12:10
12:40
13:10
13:40
14:10
14:40
15:10
15:50
16:10
17:10
18:10
19:10
20:10
21:30
Weekends
12:40
13:10
13:40
14:10
14:40
15:10
15:40
16:10
16:40
17:10
17:40
18:10
18:40
19:10
Travel time: 1:15
20:10
21:30

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