Budaörs, the western gateway of the capital

The charming small town is located on the southern edge of the Buda hills. Most probably was named after the ‘kabar’ tribe called Örs. The M1-M7 motorways connecting the capital (Budapest) to Vienna and to the Balaton runs through the commercial side of the town, therefore we can call Budaörs the western gateway of Budapest. Nowadays Budaörs is one of the most developed cities in Hungary. At the same time the 23,59 km2 sized town is a pleasant place to live for its 30.000 inhabitants, providing several sites to visit and valuable experiences for the visitors. The middle –term development plan contains nearly 32 km bicycle lane within the town.


BICY Implemented in the Central Europe Programme (www.central2013.eu) is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).