I’ve since learned to double- and triple-check public transport at all hours of the day and night, adding these routes to my itinerary. I’ll also be making the most of Sziget’s Citypass, which gets you unlimited public transport for three, five or nine days. Since a lot of your money at an international festival goes on travel, this is a no-brainer — plus it’s perfect for those who want to sightsee. You can also use it from the airport straight to your accommodation. If you really want to take the stress out of the equation, some festivals partner with nearby hostels and hotels (Sziget has teamed up with Márton Áron Hostel, a 20-minute walk away), though these can be more expensive. If you have the time, I suggest doing some window shopping and comparing prices.