Getting to the stadium
The stadium in Budapest is very central, approximately 4km from the heart of the city.
🚶 By foot
The best way to get to the stadium is on foot. It’s only a 45–55 min stroll from the centre and even closer to the UEFA Festival sites.
❗ Please note:
Puskás Arena will not provide parking for private vehicles during the event. Extensive road closures will be implemented around the stadium on matchdays. Instead, plan to park your car close to transport hubs further out and use public transport to get to the stadium. The same applies to taxi travel: road closures and travel disruptions are likely to affect your journey and drop-off zones can be quite far away from the venue, so we do not recommend it.
🚗 Accessible parking and transport
Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking permit during the application process. Parking permits will be allocated closer to the tournament, and our ticketing team will send you an email as soon as this is complete. Keep in mind there are a limited number of parking permits available; even if you requested one, we cannot guarantee all applications will be successful.
In any case, there will be accessible modes of transport for wheelchair users and visitors with reduced mobility on matchdays. We’ll provide you with all the details in due time, so watch this space.
🏟️ Amenities & Facilities
Accessibility seating for disabled fans will be available at each UEFA EURO 2020 match. There are two different categories of ticket: tickets for wheelchair users and easy access tickets. These accessible seats will be available in both public areas and hospitality areas of the stadium. Easy access tickets are for disabled supporters who do not use a wheelchair but nevertheless require seating with easy access that is close to accessible amenities.
Please check back later for more details.