If you want to experience some lovely scenery, viewed from a relaxing and friendly environment, then the journey by bus from Budapest to Pécs is just what you are looking for! Travelling a distance of 208 kilometers (129 miles) and about 32 kilometers (20 miles) from the Croatian border, will take you to what is regarded as the most picturesque city in the region of Mecsek Hill.
With the type of warm climate associated with the Mediterranean, it is an area that produces some of the best fruit in Hungary. In the comfort of the Budapest to Pécs bus, just sitting back, relaxing and watching the changing scenery, the time passes quickly and you are soon approaching a city that offers more than 2000 years of history.
One of the most positive aspects about travelling on the bus from Budapest to Pécs is that there are no frustrating procedures to be completed, or waiting around for the transport. Everything is conveniently organized and from your booking to boarding the bus, it is organized and efficient. This also applies to the comfort factor, because the bus seating is ideal and with the great visibility through the windows, you have a wonderful view of the scenery.
You can enjoy this comfortable journey in the Budapest to Pécs bus to the full and look forward to your visit to “Sopiane”, the Roman name for Pécs. Today, there are still reminders to be seen of the Roman era, dating back to about 350 to 400 AD, with one of the most noteworthy being, a Christian burial chamber of the 4th century.
Arriving on the outskirts of the city in the Budapest to Pécs bus will give you an indication as to the historic value of this intriguing city. There is evidence from the remaining structures, of the Turkish rule from 1543, for more than 140 years. This is particularly seen in relation to the churches, such as the Inner City Parish Church.
Your bus from Budapest to Pécs will stop in the centre of a city that can lay claim to having the first university in Hungary, founded in 1367. Although, it is no longer in existence, there is however, the University of Pécs, founded in 2000. It was the result of a merger between three institutions of higher learning and added another dimension to a city with already so much appeal.