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Friday at 10:59 PM
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Szia Kathleen!


Thank you very much for your question!


Actually, you can both use vonaljegy and jegy for public transport. However, jegy can also be used for other types of tickets, such as entrance for a cinema, theatre, match etc...


Kellemes Ünnepeket!

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Kathleen
Friday at 10:53 PM
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what's the difference between vonaljegy and jegy as both mean ticket? What does vocal mean?

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Tuesday at 05:07 AM
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Kedves Marina,


Nagyon köszönjük, hogy megosztottad a tapasztalataidat!

(Thank you very much for sharing your experiences!)


Asking for the direction is a great idea to talk in Hungarians! You can even find friends like this...


Looking forward to reading your experiences!


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Marina
Saturday at 04:50 AM
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If you visit Budapest, buy a 3-day or (as I did) a 7-day-ticket.

You can take the buses/buszok, the villamosok/trams, every Métrovonalak/Subway Lines and (I liked that most) the little ships (hájok) crossing the Danube river and which also belong to the public Transportation system.


You can travel around and through the city the whole day with public transportation and aks for the stop/megállo you'd like to leave to improve your language skills. :grin:


Oh I miss the city already ....:heart:

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Sunday at 04:33 PM
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Hi Natasha!


We only call Budapest public transport tickets "vonaljegy." You get on one line ("vonal"), travel a bit, but when you get off or change, you use another "vonaljegy." This only applies in Budapest.


Jegy means "ticket", any sort of ticket.

mozijegy - "movie ticket"

buszjegy - "bus ticket"


Csaba

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Natasha
Tuesday at 09:37 PM
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Sziastok!


What is the difference between 'vonaljegy' and 'jegy'?

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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