Access and transport

During the renewal of the City Park, one of the priority goals is to completely relieve the park from the environmental burden of car traffic as soon as possible. Vehicles are gradually being pushed out of the Park, and at the same time asphalt surfaces are being reduced. We are only keeping what is necessary for cyclists, scooter users, people with prams, wheelchair users and pedestrians.



Access and transport

If you come by car
If you come by car
If you come by public transport
If you come by public transport
If you come by bike
If you come by bike

If you come by car

If you come to the City Park by car, we recommend using the Museum Underground Parking, which is cheaper than on-street parking in the city, and also much more convenient and safer. If you have an electric car, you can charge it up here, while relaxing in the park.

Access: You can enter the Museum Underground Parking from Dózsa György Road, between Damjanich and Dembinszky streets.  

Opening hours: 0-24 hours, every day

You can enjoy discounts and amenities with the Liget+Mobility membership, which helps you to park smartly and contactlessly, among other things. 

EV charging

On the first floor of the Museum Underground Parking, 24 parking spaces are equipped with an EV charger: 20 fast and 4 ultra-fast chargers.

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If you come by public transport

The City Park is served by several public transport lines. Below are the stops from where you can reach the attractions on foot along the shortest routes.


Trolleybus 74 – Bethesda utca stop


Museum of Fine Arts, Heroes’ Square, Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Ice Rink

Trolleybuses 75 and 79 – Hősök tere (Heroes’ Square) stop

Metro line M1: Hősök tere (Heroes’ Square) stop

Buses 20E, 30, 30A, 105, 210, 210B and 230 – Hősök tere (Heroes’ Square) stop


Museum of Ethnography, Liget Budapest Visitor Centre

Buses 30, 30A and 230 – Benczúr utca stop

Trolleybuses 75 and 79 –Benczúr utca stop


House of the Hungarian Millennium, House of Music Hungary  

Trolleybus 70 – Olof Palme sétány stop


Vajdahunyad Castle, Széchenyi Thermal Bath

Metro line M1 - Széchenyi Fürdő (Széchenyi Bath) stop


Main Playground, Sports Centre

Trolleybus 70 – Dvorzsák sétány stop

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If you come by bike

If you come on your own bike, you can leave it in the revamped park area of the City Park or in the bicycle storage installed at the new attractions.

There are three BUBI bike-sharing stations in the City Park:

  • at the Ajtósi Dürer Road – Stefánia Road intersection
  • at the Olof Palme Promenade – Zichy Mihály Avenue intersection 
  • at the City Park Ice Rink

There are more BUBI stations nearby City Park:

  • Heroes' Square - M1 metro stop
  • Dembinszky Street - Dózsa György Road
  • Városliget fasor - Dózsa György Road
  • Zoo boulevard - Széchenyi Thermal Bath
  • Zichy Géza street - Ajtósi Dürer row
  • Vágány Street - Róbert Károly Boulevard
  • Kacsóh Pongrác Road
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