The pandemic has particularly affected small and medium-sized businesses, which do not possess substantial reserves, and many have had to suspend all or part of their activities.
The shutdown caused by the pandemic has perhaps hit the areas of tourism and culture the hardest: as demand has fallen, service providers were forced to close, resulting in mass layoffs.
The pandemic instilled great changes in transportation habits, and these could remain for the long term.
Homes simultaneously became the place for studying and working, and many recreational activities were moved to the smaller neighbourhoods as well.
From 15 June cordoning on BKV’s bus services ends first-door boarding is re-established on affected buses.
As communicated earlier, the Palatinus, Paskál, Pesterzsébeti, Csillaghegyi and Római baths have been opened from 30 May, and the Pünkösdfürdői bath will open on 15…
The possibility of transporting bicycles was actuated on another 62 trams from 23 May.
From 22 May public transport services will resume based on their regular schedule to ensure full capacity.
The Budapest Zoo welcomes visitors again with tickets bought online and previously purchased tickets.
The purpose of opening of the quay helps residents to return back the city and to visit their favourite places.