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Zlaté Piesky petrol station
====Zlaté Piesky petrol station====
Probably the best way: From the city centre take a tram number 4 in direction of Zlate Piesky, which is the name of the last stop. From there, you will have to walk along the road around 15 minutes in the following directions: getting off the tram, you'll see a footbridge, which you need to cross over and continue up the road in the direction the tram was heading. You'll be walking along a grass verge so be careful along the road. Have some faith, keep moving and you'll pass a lake on your right hand side. Continue on and you'll see a bridge up ahead with a petrol station on the other side of the carriageway. There are some offices to your right here. Push on under the bridge and you'll see in the distance the petrol station you're after. When you see the beginning of the motorway with a sign Győr, Wien, the petrol station is located on the right hand side. Go a few metres through bushes, following the tracks in the field, and you'll find a hole in the fence through to the station forecourt and truck stop. Jump over it (its just one metre or something) and you are at the petrol station directly on the motorway. From there its very easy to get a lift to Wien, a bit harder to Hungary. Some people also go to Italy using this way to avoid paying for vignets for Austria, which are expensive. If you want to go to Budapest, you can also ask someone who is going to Vienna to take you to the next petrol station on the same highway([[Bratislava#Vy.C5.A1ehradsk.C3. It's the last one before the border, there are a lot more cars that stop there and it is really easy to find someone who goes to HungaryA1_petrol_station|Vyšehradská]]).
You can get here also by buses 53, 56, 65 , 514. [ This is how you can get here] [ Here is the map]. Here is the map [[]]--[[User:Looking for Stu|Looking for Stu]] ([[User talk:Looking for Stu|talk]]) 17:38, 4 December 2012 (CET) ]
Personal Experience//Fabio//May 2018: [[User:Fabio|Fabio]]:''I tried to pick a ride to Budapest in that petrol station following the advise above, maybe that days I was unlucky, but nobody picked me.I was alone, only with my backpack. I made a sign and spent an entire day (since 09am to 5pm) standing in the exit if the petrol station.The cars and truck are going really fast by the highway therefore is hard to them stop.The cars going out of the petrol station have place for stop but still no one did it.The good thing is that petrol station have toilets, a little shop for water coffee and some food, outside there are tables and benches for rest (or sleep)'' June 2020: [[User:uncle_sam01|''uncle_sam01'']] ''thinks this is a bad option for Austria and probably the worst for Hungary. You may find some people here from other Slovak cities on their way to Austria, but not many. Virtually no one will be headed towards Hungary from here. Use either the [[Bratislava#Vy.C5.A1ehradsk.C3.A1_petrol_station|Vyšehradská option]] or [[Bratislava#Hungarian_Border|the Hungarian border option]]. There's no point in losing 8 hours here, when you could easily get a ride in 20 minutes at either one of those places.
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