Accessibility by bus
The international coach station of Bükfürdő is connected with:
- three capital cities: Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava
- three regional centres: Győr, Szeged, Graz (Austria)
- three county centres: Szombathely, Veszprém, Tatabánya
- seven other cities: Keszthely, Körmend, Kőszeg, Lenti, Oberpullendorf (Austria), Sárvár, Vasvár.
Visit the following website to check timetables: www.volan.hu.
Accessibility by train
Bük is situated on the Szombathely-Sopron line which was taken over from the Hungarian State Railroads (MÁV) by the Győr-Sopron-Ebenfurt Railroad Rt. (GySEV) in 2001. The new owner rebuilt and electrified the whole line, replaced the vehicles and made several towns directly accessible with the result of European level in terms of quality and speed.
On the Szompathely-Sopron route the trains leave at each hour and certain trains run further to Austria (i.e. Sopron-Wiener Neustadt-Vienna, Südbahnhof / Szombathely-Szentgotthárd-Graz).
An international Intercity train also stops at Bük: the Corvinus IC running on the Vienna - Pécs route.
Passengers arriving from farther distances usually change train at Szombathely from where the journey takes only 20 minutes to get to Bük.
It is important to know that the train station is situated in Bük (and not in Bükfürdő) but from the coach station situated next to the train station you can easily get to Bükfürdő by any bus service. Consult www.volan.hu web-site to check bus timetables.
Accessibility by plain
The closeness of the Vienna Airport makes Bük accessible even by plain. Passengers can take the City Airport Train (CAT) leaving for the downtown. The trains stop at Wien-Mitte where you can change for bus and Wien Südbahnhof where you can change for trains heading for Bük.
Visit the official web-site of Vienna Airport to check the timetable of CAT: www.viennaairport.com.