Travel information

28 May 2024
From direction Budapest and Nyíregyháza take motorway M3, exit near Füzesabony and take national road 33 towards Tiszafüred/Debrecen

Travel Information-By car


From directions Budapest/Nyíregyháza take motorway M3, exit near Füzesabony and take national road 33 towards Tiszafüred/Debrecen
From Szolnok take main road No. 4, follow on No. 34. When you reach Tiszafüred, take road No.33 to Poroszló.
From Debrecen take road No. 33. until you arrive at Poroszló.
From Miskolc first take road No. M30 then motorway M3 towards Budapest. Leave at exit No. 128, drive towards Borsodivánka and soon after you will reach Poroszló.
GPS coordinates to the main entrance:
N 47˚ 38.780'
E 020˚ 39.669'



You can find a car park for nearly 70 passenger cars near the main entrance. Parking fees are 1200 HUF/day

In case you are not able to find free place for your car, please continue 300 metres to the next car park close to Poroszló beach/Ecocentre Gate No2.

Drive-in and parking prohibited for buses and other heavy vehicles!
Tourist buses can be parked in the car parks next to road No.33 in centre of Poroszló or in the parking lot near Gate No2. 
GPS coordinates:
N 47º 38.617'
E 020º 39.387' 


By Bus (public transport)

There are regular direct bus services to Poroszló from the main cities Budapest, Eger, Szolnok, Debrecen, Miskolc etc.


By train

You will reach Poroszló train station with transfer at Füzesabony from direction Budapest and Miskolc.
Direct service without transfer is available from direction Debrecen.

The schedules of both ways of transport (buses and trains) are available here (in Hungarian language):


By bicycle

it is worth taking your bikes to Poroszló! The excellent asphalt road on the 2-3-metre-high dam takes you all around the lake. It is part of the Eurovelo 11 International Trail crossing Europe from Norway to Greece. You can choose between the short trail (70 kilometres) and the long trail (120 kilometres) and enjoy the lovely scenery: the water surface, the islands and the flooded woodland.