Sopron is located by the western border of Hungary, in the Alpine foothills, 60 km from Vienna and 220 km from Budapest. It was built amidst the Balf Hills between the Sopron Mountains and Lake Fertő, in the valley of Ikva Stream.

Road traffic
Sopron lies on two main roads of the Hungarian national network: road 84 in the direction of Lake Balaton and road 85 connecting Sopron with Győr and the villages in between.

Border crossing
From Austria there is a choice of following border crossings: Sopron – Klingenbach, Kópháza – Deutschkreutz, Ágfalva – Schattendorf (on working days, between 5 am - 8 am and 4 pm - 7 pm temporarily closed to traffic), Sopronkőhida – St. Margarethen, Sopronkövesd – Nikitsch and Fertőd – Pamhagen.

By bus
You can find more information on the Volánbusz website: https://www.volanbusz.hu/en

Inter city bus schedule and travel information
Phone: +36 99/311-040 or https://www.volanbusz.hu/en/travel-information

By train
The inland and international railway connections of the region are highly developed thanks to constant improvements by GYSEV PLC.

GYSEV PLC.
Information on inland travel: +36 99 577 212
Information on regional and international travel: +36 99 577 156
https://www2.gysev.hu/


When you arrive, the staff of our tourist offices will be happy to provide you with information on things to see, what’s on and what you need to know.

Tourinform Sopron
9400 Sopron, Szent György u. 2.
+36 99/ 951 975
E-mail: sopron@tourinform.hu