By car or motorbike
Just follow Google maps or your SatNav. If you are using any of the freeways in Hungary you have to have a sticker on your vehicle. If you are coming from western Europe or from the north, the location can also be approached from Slovakia. Wherever you are coming from, the last sizeable village before Csobánkapuszta is Bercel, from where a narrow paved road leads to a hamlet known as Ordaspuszta. From here the last short stretch of road to our settlement is over a dirt road.
IMPORTANT: Always come via BERCEL village! Other roads are too dangerous for a normal car.
GPS coordinates: 47°53’37.50″N / 19°28’22.48″E
When you arrive to Bercel, the closest village to the festival venue. At the Bercel kisáruház bus stop you will find car drivers who will kindly help you out to transfer you and your luggages to the festival site. They also will be able to help you to return from the festival site to the village.
Transfer service will be available between 8th-14th August.
Travel fee: 10 EUR per person / drive.
By public transport
It is really easy to reach our place by long distance bus, and if you want to have your bicycle but don’t want to ride 60 kilometres, you can take the train to a nearby village and start from there.
Several direct buses connect Budapest to the village of Bercel, taking a little over an hour. Bercel is the nearest village. In Budapest, the buses depart from the Újpest-Városkapu Volánbusz terminal which can be easily approached by metro (line 3). You can buy your ticket in the ticket office or from a ticket machine. For timetables you can check the menetrendek.hu website for bus and train and the mavcsoport.hu website for trains only. Please note, some of the bus services are not direct, you have to change at one point. It is safer and more convenient to take direct buses. There are also bus services to Bercel from the city of Vác.
Trains depart from the Keleti Railway Station (Keleti Pályaudvar) in Budapest, and you have to change from the train to the bus at the city of Hatvan. The bus station is located a few minutes from the train station, from where buses depart to Bercel.
Trains depart from the Western Railway Station (Nyugati Pályaudvar) in Budapest, and you have to change from the train to the bus at the city of Vác. The bus station is located a few minutes from the train station, from where buses depart to Bercel.
Either way you’re coming, we are looking forward to welcoming you on our beautiful land!
Parking is allowed in the designated parking areas but it is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN in the festival program areas and the camping areas. Please respect the escape routes, toilet and shower units, and don’t block them with your parked vehicle. If you are parking on a slope (uphill or downhill), do not forget to set your EMERGENCY HAND-BRAKES and find some wheel chocks, rocks, logs, etc. to put behind (or in front of) your wheels to make sure your car doesn’t roll free and cause an accident. !IMPORTANT! Make sure you leave enough space to move in between and around camping places, caravans and tents as this is important for general safety and makes getting around much easier for everyone.
Camping is FREE on festival grounds. You can set up your tents in any of the camping areas. There is no power or water source for caravans or options to charge vehicles on the festival grounds. We will have a van camping, a normal camping and a family camping in a more silent area where we expect the people to be silent.