Football European Championships: The underground runs for as long as the penalty shootout lasts

The fights of the co-organized European Football Championship in Budapest will start on Friday, which is why BKK is trying to make the fan park zone easier to reach by intensifying flights, operating a mobile point of sale and a strengthened passenger coordinator presence.

The M1 underground runs more frequently than usual on all match days in the late evening. On the match days of the relegation stage following group matches, and from 26 June in the event of an overtime or penalty shootout, the underground will also be geared to blow up. Metro 2 and 4, as well as tram 1, are more frequent.

A pedestrian corridor will also be established from the Keleti railway station and the fan zone to the Puskás Arena, so that the stadium can be conveniently reached on foot. Az The car is worth leaving at home just because a there is no car park in the fan zone, and the Puskás Arena nor does it provide parking during the event, in addition, road closures are expected in the vicinity of the facility. A closures they affect the roads bordered by Kerepesi út – Thököly út – Hungária körút, so the

  • Heroes’ Square,
  • Dózsa György út,
  • Race Street,
  • Stefánia út,
  • Egressy út,
  • Istvánmezei út,
  • The journey of youth

and their cross streets those that can be closed for up to several hours due to fan marches.

The fan zone is today It opened in time for a group match between Turkey and Italy at the city park ice rink, where up to 11,000 football fans can watch the matches at the same time. The venue opens at 11 a.m. for 31 days and closes one hour after the last match of the day and at 10 p.m. on holidays.

BKK works closely with the Metropolitan Public Area Administrator and the Metropolitan Municipal Police Directorate to ensure the order and cleanliness of the stops at Hősök tere, Puskás Arena and other key locations during the European Championships.

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