Conference Venue

The conference will be held at the Rényi Institute of Mathematcs, in the very center of Budapest. Talks will be held in the main lecture hall, coffee breaks will be served in the main hall.

Street address is 13-15 Reáltanoda street.

See the map.

Presentations and internet access

The following softwares are available for presentations:

  • Adobe Reader 5.0
  • Microsoft Office 2002
  • StarOffice 7

It is strongly recommended that you provide in advance a copy of your presentation, which can be loaded onto the computer in the conference room, and tested with the softwares. It is possible, but more complicated to use your own laptop.

The halls of the 1st and 2nd floor are WIFI equipped so you can access the internet conveniently from your own laptop. Also, if you request so, a temporary account will be set up for you for the time of the conference so that you can access the internet from any of the computers at the Institute.



Bus 100E is a direct bus line connecting the airport with the city center operating on a 30 minutes basis. It stops only at Kálvin tér, Astoria (60 meters away from the Institute) and Deák tér.

Bus 200E takes you to the terminal of Metro line 3. Buses are available till after midnight, but keep in mind that the last underground train leaves at 23:15 (there are night buses afterwards).

There is a shuttle service called Airport Shuttle. The Airport shuttle picks you up together with 4-5 other passengers and takes you to the given address, but you may not be the first to get to your destination. You may buy your minibus ticket at the counter in the arrival hall (ATM's and exchange bureaus are available at the airport). Your return trip should be ordered by phone 1 or 2 days before leaving. (phone #: 296-8555).

Public transport

In Budapest, there is a great variety of public transport: underground (metro), buses, trams, even trolleys. For more information on schedules or night services see the page of BKV Rt. (Budapest Transport Ltd.)


In general, when taking a taxi while in Budapest the fare is lower if you call the taxi by phone. Take one belonging to a taxi company (e.g. Fotaxi which is also the official airport-city transfer company). When you flag a taxi on the street you should inquire about the fare in advance in order to diminish the risk of unpleasant surprises (price hikes).

Tourist information

Hungary has been an EU member since 2004 and Schengen Area member since December 2007. Our country applies the Schengen legislation in full. For details on entry and stay rules visit the relevant Ministry of Foreign Affairs homepage.

Our currency is Hungarian Forints (HUF). For exchange rates see the page of the Hungarian National Bank.

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