36 1/4137-854 budapest@benedictum.hu

How to find Benedictum Budapest office

  • From Oktogon Square

    • On foot: start on the boulevard in the direction of Nyugati Railway Station/Margit Bridge, then turn left at the second corner to Zichy Jenő Street (at “ara” shoe store)

    • By car: start toward Deák Square/Chain Bridge, take the second right (at the Match store) to Nagymező Street, then the second right (at Cheho pub)

  • From Deák Square

    • public transport + on foot

      • Take underground line 1 (yellow line) to Oktogon, cross Andrássy Street and walk on the boulevard in the direction of Nyugati Railway Station/Margit Bridge, then turn left at the second corner to Zichy Jenő Street (at “ara” shoe store); or

      • Take underground line 3 (blue line) to Arany János Street, cross Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Street, and walk down Zichy Street to no. 38 (approximately 450 m).

      • By car: Go north on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Street (toward Nyugati Railway Station), and take the fourth right to Zichy Street.

  • From Nyugati Railway Station

    • On foot: walk down on Teréz Boulevard or Jókai Street (the latter runs parallel with the boulevard from Skála) toward Oktogon Square, and turn right at Zichy Street

    • By car: start on Teréz Boulevard toward Oktogon Square, turn right at the third corner (Dessewffy Street), then left at the second corner (Nagymező Street), and finally left again at the next corner to Zichy Street (at Cheho pub)

Parking:

  • You can more often than not find an empty spot in front of the building.

  • In Zichy Jenő Street: Opera parking garage at 9 Zichy Street: 400 HUF/hour – Warning! One way street running from Bajcsy Street toward the boulevard.

  • At 36 Dessewffy Street: 300 HUF/hour

  • At 12-14 Dessewffy Street: 250 HUF/hour


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From Diósgyőr:

By tram: get off the tram at the stop ’Szinvapark’, walk to the intersection in the opposite direction. After crossing the road, take a left, and after passing under the bridge, you will find the stairway to our office to your right. When in the building, take the stairs to the first floor, then you will see our office at the end of the balcony opening from the staircase.

From Avas:

By bus: starting from the bus stop next to Centrum, walk in the direction of the tram stop, cross the street, turn right and cross the street again. Turn left immediately after the crosswalk, and after passing under the bridge, you will find the stairway to our office to your right. When in the building, take the stairs to the first floor, then you will see our office at the end of the balcony opening from the staircase.

From the Tiszai railway station:

By tram: get off at Centrum, cross the intersection. Take a left after the crosswalk, go straight ahead and the stairway to our office will be to your right. When in the building, take the stairs to the first floor, then you will see our office at the end of the balcony opening from the staircase.

Parking:

In the parking lot behind Bató Ház

In the private parking lot between the Office building and Arany Corvin shopping mall

 

Benedictum Translation Agency approach in Debrecen:

4026 Debrecen, Péterfia street 4.
II
.floor, 208. door

You can find the office at the crossroads of Hunyadi Street and Péterfia Street, opposite the Reformed Theological University and the Plaza Mall.

With tram:

lines 1 and 2: get off at Kálvin Square, and you will find the office opposite the tram stop.

With bus:

  • 15-15Yfrom Doberdó Street- to Széna Square/Bayk András Street: get off at Kálvin Square
  • 11from Doberdó Street- to Borzán Gáspár Street: get off at Kálvin Square
  • 43from the Railway Station- to Kishatár Street: get off at the Rákóczi Street bus stop, and walking towards the Plazayou can find the office on the corner.
  • 22/22Y – 24/24Yfrom Vincellér Street- to University/Auguszta: get off at the Kálvin Square or Kölcsey Központ bus stop

By car:

Paid parking on Péterfia street is possible () , or opposite the office at the Plaza’s and Párizsi Udvar’s underground garage