Venue and travel

The conference will take place in the southwestern part of Hungary, in the village called Balatonvilágos, which is located at the Lake Balaton. The conference will be held at the holiday home of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, which is on the lakeside with its own beach.

Address:

MTA Üdülési Központ,
Balatonvilágosi Akadémia Üdülő
H-8171 Balatonvilágos, 31 Rákóczi st.
GPS coordinates: N 46° 57’ 21,91” E 18° 09’ 00,58”
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How to get there:

The SCCS Hungary starts on the 14th of September in Balatonvilágos.  

 

Budapest airport transfer services: 

  • Airport Minibus (shared ride to any address in the city for a flat fee),
  • taxi
  • rail (Hungarian State Railway (MÁV) operates trains between Terminal 1 and Nyugati pályaudvar (Western Railway Station). The trip takes about 30 minutes. As of May 30th 2012, after the closure of Terminal 1, passengers can transfer to Terminal 2 from the train station adjacent to Terminal 1 via bus Nr. 200E)
  • The city can also be reached by public transport. Tickets for the public transport can be bought from ticket vending machines at the airport. For other options please follow this link: https://bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/
  • The bus service 200E takes you from Liszt Ferenc Airport 2 to Kőbánya-Kispest, from where the M3 (blue) metro line leaves into the city, alternatively you can take the service 100E from the airport, which takes you directly into the city center (this service requires a special ticket, which can also be purchased from the BKK vending machines outside the terminal building).

Travelling to Balatonvilágos

 

 

IMPORTANT!

According to current regulations a mask has to be worn onboard the public transport vehicles. This also applies to rail, long-distance buses.

We also would like to ask all participants to wear masks during all indoor activities (plenaries, student sessions, workshops, etc.), keep physical distance in the lecture room (use every second seat) and use hand sanitisers often.

The organisers minimise pandemic threat with the above regulations, and - in addition - workshops and social events will be moved (if possible) to open air, accommodation is planned to be limited to max two person/room.