The conference will be held in the 19th century Redl Palace that hosts Rényi Institute, in the very center of Budapest. Talks will be held in the main lecture hall, coffee breaks and wine & cheese party on Wednesday will be served in the main hall.
Street address is Reáltanoda u. 13-15.
Presentations The following softwares are available for presentations:
Internet access at the Institute
The halls of the 1st and 2nd floor are WIFI equipped.
Excerpts from Rényi Institute's Contact & Directions page
The easiest and most comfortable way of coming into town is to take an Airport Minibus, which will pick you up along with a few other passengers and take you to the address you indicate (the name of the hotel usually suffices). You may buy your minibus ticket right off in the baggage reclaim area or in the arrival hall. The Taxis you see when walking out of the airport (Zona Taxi) are quite cheap, they have a fixed price for going to the city from the airport (4500 HUF / 21 EUR) and you can share the bill. The return is even cheaper, 4000 HUF or 18 EUR.
There is also a regular (blue) bus (No 200) leaving roughly every 15 minutes, which for a normal Budapest bus ticket (300 HUF) takes you to the end station of underground line No 3.
In Budapest, there is a great variety of public transport: underground (metro), buses, trams, even trolleys. For more information on schedules or night services see the page of BKV Rt. (Budapest Transport Ltd.)
In general, when taking a taxi while in Budapest it is better to take one belonging to a taxi company. Otherwise you should inquire about the fare in advance in order to diminish the risk of an unpleasant surprise. (Also if it's possible, call a taxi by phone instead of flagging one - it's cheaper)