General information


26-30 August, 2024


Department of Pathology and Experimental Cancer Research Semmelweis University 1085 Budapest, Üllői út 26.


Blaguss Travel Ltd. – 1052 Budapest, Petőfi Sándor u. 11. – tel: +36 30 514 7544 – email:


Hungary’s continental climate makes the weather summery in late August. Average temperatures range between 25 and 35 degrees Celsius, while at night, temperatures are between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius. Humidity is fairly low, however rainy days may occur.


The official national currency is the Hungarian Forint (HUF), which is convertible. The exchange rates applied in Budapest banks, official exchange offices and hotels may vary. All the major credit cards (VISA, EC/MC, American Express) are accepted in Hungary in places displaying their emblems at the entrance. The current exchange rate is ca. 1 Euro = 1 HUF on &npsp;. It changes on daily basis.
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Lunches, refreshments and two dinners are included in the registration fee.


The Registration Desk, where advanced and on-site registrants may pick up their congress material is operating at the Department of Pathology and Experimental Cancer Research of the Semmelweis University.

Instruction for Speakers and for Poster Presenters


PowerPoint or PDF presentations are accepted on USB memory sticks. Speakers are required to drop of their presentations at least 2 hours before their scheduled presentation time. If the presentation is scheduled early in the morning, we kindly ask the speakers to upload one day before.


We kindly ask the speakers to keep the time limits given.


Please note that the 28th Budapest Nephrology School is a good occasion to discuss your scientific results and/or difficult cases with the international faculty and participants by presenting a poster.
The size of the poster is: 90 cm wide and 120 cm high.
Please do not forget to inform us about the details (title, author, abstract) of your poster presentation in advance by sending an e-mail to Prof. László Rosivall at cc.

Travel to Budapest

There are several flight connections from all over the world. Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is situated approx. 45 minutes from the City Center.

How to get from the Airport…

…by Airport Express bus

Airport shuttle bus 100E Airport Express is in operation between Liszt Ferenc International Airport and Deák Ferenc tér, one of Budapest’s major transport hubs, running via Kálvin tér, another important location in the city. The bus service operates around the clock, seven days a week: every 7-10 minutes every day, during the day, every 30-40 minutes at night, between midnight and about 3:30 in the morning.

…by Airport Shuttle Minibus

MiniBUD is the official airport shuttle service provider for Budapest Airport. They provide comfortable, fast and favourable transfer solutions for passengers wishing to travel from the airport to the districts of Budapest, and from the city to the airport:

…by Taxi

The official taxi company of Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport is the Fő Taxi which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Reservations can be made in person at the Fő Taxi booths located at the exits at Terminals 2A and 2B. For more details please click here:

Please be aware of exposing yourself at risk by using non-regulated taxi service providers soliciting at the terminal buildings.

Reaching the Venue

The Department of Pathology and Experimental Cancer Research, Semmelweis University is situated approx. 20 kms from Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport, it can be easily reached by public transportation from Budapest downtown and by car as well.
Public transport in the city is well organized.
The venue can be reached by the blue metro line M3. You should get off at Kalvin tér.

Public Transportation

You can travel in the vehicles only with pre-purchased tickets or passes that you validate when starting your trip. Tickets can be bought from BKK ticket vending machines with cash or a bankcard, or using BudapestGO application.

Please note that you need to validate your single tickets at the start of your journey. Paper tickets: use the validating machine – it will stamp a code on the ticket or punch a hole.

Digital tickets: scan the code stickers, which you will find at the entrance of the metro on the front of the paper-ticket validators and outside by the doors on street-level transport. Time-based tickets must always be validated when you board a different vehicle.

Prices are as follows:

Single Ticket HUF 450 (approx. 450 Euro)
24 hour Budapest travel card HUF 2500 (approx. 2500 Euro)
Discount coupon book (10 pcs. of single tickets) HUF 4000 (approx. 4000 Euro)
30-minute ticket (using BudapestGo app) HUF 530 (approx. 530 Euro)

All ticket types and prices can be found at website.

By Taxi

To avoid any inconveniences we recommend to use the official taxi company:

City Taxi City Taxi: +36 1 211 1111

6X6 Taxi6×6 Taxi: +36 1 666 66 66

fo_taxiFő Taxi: +36 1 222 2222


Budapest Card

“See more. Save more” is the motto of the Budapest Card.
The Card offers its holder several free and discounted services. For further details please visit the following website: