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Getting to the stadium

The best way to plan your matchday travel?

Use the Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map - an interactive journey planner on the UEFA EURO 2020 app. Plot your routes between the UEFA Festival site and the stadium, see all additional services and shuttles as well as road closures and walking routes.

The stadium in Budapest is easy to access, a comfortable 4 km walk from the city centre to the Puskás Aréna.

We have established walking routes between the stadium and nearby transport hubs to make it easier to follow social distancing guidelines.

Plan your route to the stadium before you set off to avoid missing your dedicated entry time slot. Time slots are in place to maintain social distancing at entrances, and we recommend you follow them for a stress-free arrival for you and other fans.

🏟️ Which stadium entrance should I use?

Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket.

I have a ticket for entrances IX, X or XIII:

  • Access at the north of the stadium via Stefánia Road (Stefánia út).

I have a ticket for entrances III or VI:

  • Access at the south of the stadium via Dózsa György Road (Dózsa György út).
🚶 By foot

The best way to get to the stadium is on foot. If you have time, from the city centre (Deák Ferenc tér), you can enjoy the view of the famous Andrássy Road (Andrássy út), which is the part of the world heritage.

Follow the suggested official walking route via Andrássy Road to reach Heroes Square (Hősök tere).

From here, the Distance to the stadium is only 20–25 min. Continue walking through the park on Olof Palme Promenade (Olof Palme sétány) and then Stefánia Road.

🚇 By public transport

Estimated travel time: 20–30 min, depending on the point of departure.

🚇Metro

Recommended transport hubs:

📍 Station: Puskás Ferenc Stadium (Puskás Ferenc Stadion)
🚇 Metro line 2 (M2)
🚶‍♂Distance Station – Stadium: 5 – 10 min on foot

You can choose between two exits when you get off the metro at Puskás Ferenc Stadium station. Please look out for and follow the UEFA EURO 2020 signs indicating your stadium entrance number and exit via this route.

📍 Station: Keleti railway station (Keleti pályaudvar)
🚇 Metro line 2 or 4 (M2 or M4)
🚶‍♂‍ Distance Station – Stadium: 10 min on foot via Verseny Street (Verseny utca) and Dózsa György Road

When you get off the metro at Keleti railway station, you need to follow the UEFA EURO 2020 signs to reach the dedicated walking route to the stadium and your dedicated entrance.

🚇Tram

Recommended transport hub for 🚇 Tram line 1 if you have ticket for entrance III or VI:

📍 Station: Puskás Ferenc Stadium
🚶‍♂‍Distance Station – Stadium: 7 – 10 min on foot

If you have a match ticket for entrances III or VI (south side of the stadium), you need to walk to the Dózsa György Road direction and follow the UEFA EURO 2020 signs to reach the southern entrances of the stadium.

Recommended transport hub for 🚇 Tram line 1 if you have ticket for entrance IX, X or XIII:

📍 Station: Egressy Road / Hungária Boulevard (Egressy út / Hungária körút)
🚶‍♂‍Distance Station – Stadium: 5 – 7 min on foot

If you have a match ticket for entrances IX, X or XIII (north side of the stadium), you need to walk via Egressy Road and follow the UEFA EURO 2020 signs to reach the entrances of the stadium.

Let me give you a top tip

Are you travelling by public transport in Budapest? Visit the official BKK website for safe travel guidance, hygiene measures taken by the public transport operator, their social distance policy and exemptions.

🚖 By taxi

Road closures and travel disruptions may severely increase journey times so make sure you leave enough time to allow for this.

There are several taxi drop-off/pick-up points in proximity to the stadium.

  • If you have a match ticket for the south entrances (III, VI), ask the driver to drop you off at Kerepesi Road (Kerepesi út) or Keleti railway station.
  • If you have a match ticket for the north entrances (IX, X, XIII), ask your driver to take you to the drop-off point on Hungária Boulevard.

If you take a taxi to or from the stadium, please respect the safe travel guidance for passengers. This may mean wearing a mask inside the vehicle. Find out more on the website of the Hungarian Health Authorities. You can find further details about the taxi services in Budapest in the Travel and transport section.

🚗 By car

Puskás Aréna Puskás Aréna will not provide parking for private vehicles during the event.

Extensive road closures are in place around the stadium. Instead, plan to park your car close to transport hubs further out and use public transport to get to the stadium.

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Accessible Stadium

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What’s the best way to get to the stadium if you’re a disabled fan?

🚗 By car

Spectators can go to the stadium by car if they have an accessible parking pass for UEFA EURO 2020.

Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking pass. Fans who requested a parking pass have been contacted by UEFA's ticketing team and were offered the opportunity to claim their complimentary parking pass on the ticket portal.

Keep in mind that there's only a limited number of parking permits available so even if you have requested one, we can't guarantee that all applicants will be successful.

You can reach the accessible parking from Hungária Boulevard via Stefánia Road.

🚇 By public transport

The following are recommended transport hubs for accessibility ticket holders.

Match ticket for north entrances (IX, XIII):

  • Puskás Ferenc Stadium (Tram line 1, Metro line 2 (M2)) Distance to stadium entrances: approx. 700 m
  • Egressy Road / Hungária Boulevard (Tram line 1) – Distance to stadium entrances: approx. 500 m
  • Keleti railway station (Metro line 4 (M4)), all stations are accessible

Tram line 1 and all its stops are fully accessible. Get off at Puskás Ferenc Stadium or Egressy Road / Hungária Boulevard if you have a match ticket entrances IX or XIII.

You can also use metro line 2 (M2) and get off at Puskás Ferenc Stadium, where you can find lifts (four elevators available) towards entrances III and VI. Go in this direction; even if you have another entrance indicated on your ticket and once above ground, contact the VW Mobility Makers outside the station who will escort you to the stadium to your sector.

Just keep in mind only three stops of M2 are accessible! Head to the official BKK website for more information.

All metro stations at the M4 line are accessible, and from Keleti railway station, you can use the dedicated path to reach the stadium entrances via Verseny street and Dózsa György Road.

Match ticket for south entrances (III, VI):

  • Puskás Ferenc Stadium (Tram line 1, Metro line 2 (M2)) – Distance to stadium entrances: approx. 600 m
  • Keleti railway station (Metro line 4 (M4); all stations on line 4 are accessible

Tram line 1 and all its stops are fully accessible. Get off at Puskás Ferenc Stadium station on Tram line 1 if you have a match ticket for the south entrances (III, VI).

You can also use metro line 2 (M2) and get off at Puskás Ferenc Stadium, where you can find lifts (four elevators available) to take you to entrances III and VI only. Go in this direction and once above ground, contact the VW Mobility Makers outside the station who will escort you to your sector of the stadium.

All metro stations at the M4 line are accessible, and from Keleti railway station you can use the dedicated path to reach the stadium entrances via Verseny street and Dózsa György Road.

🚖 By taxi

Road closures and travel disruptions may severely increase journey times, so make sure you leave enough time to allow for this.

Several taxi drop-off/pick-up points are in proximity to the stadium. The best choice is the station at Keleti railway station, from where you can use the dedicated path to reach the stadium entrances via Verseny street and Dózsa György Road.

Suggested approach to the stadium lifts:

  • Stefánia Road: Entrance IX for B Gate ticket holders.
  • Dózsa György Road: Entrance III or VI for E Gate ticket holders.

❗ Please note: Entrance X is not suitable for disabled spectators.

Don’t hesitate to ask our VW Mobility Makers for help if you need it – they will be happy to assist and show you where to find the lifts.

For more detailed information on accessible travel in Budapest, please visit the CAFE Football Disabled Spectator Guides.

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