The Erkel3 is the newly renovated flat (25sqm) in the centre of Budapest, perfect for visiting the most famous spots of Budapest. The neighbourhood, called the Palace Quarter is within walking distance to landmarks like the Central Market Hall, National Museum, the Museum of applied Art and the Synagogue. The most famous restaurant street of Budapest (Ráday street) is just around the corner and it is a perfect place for dining out or having a drink.
The closest metro station is Budapest's main transportation hub, Kálvin tér where two metro lines join together.
From Ferihegy 1 and Ferihegy 2 Airports the local Airport Bus takes you to Kobanya Kispest terminal station of Metro 3 (Blue line) that leads you directly to Kálvin ter. From here it is a short walk on Ráday utca and Erkel utca. For this journey you will need 2 tickets (one for the bus, one for the metro) that can be purchased at the bus stop or from the bus driver. Tickets always need to be validated.
Keleti Railway Station is connected to Metro 4 that you can take to Kálvin tér. It is a short walk from here on Ráday utca.
Nyugati Railway Station is connected to Tram 4-6 that you can take to Corvin-negyed. It is a short walk from here on Ráday utca and Üllői út.
Déli Railway Station is connected to Tram 56 or 56A that you can take to Szent-Gellért tér.
For this journey you will need one ticket that can be purchased at the entrance to the Metro. Tickets always need to be validated.