Fonyód is a city in Hungary.
This small city on the sotuhern shore of Lake Balaton has a daily train connection to Zagreb (5610 Forint) and to Budapest . You can find Internet in the City library which lies 300 meters south form the train station, next to the poliklinik.
Fonyod is less than two hours drive from Budapest on the M7. Frequent trains from Budapest Déli and Budapest Keleti (also Kelenfold) serve Fonyod, tickets HUF2420, journey time about two and a half hours. Some trains require seat reservations, and international trains may require a supplementary ticket (pótjegy).
Fonyod Hill gives a great view of the Balaton and the hills of the northern shore with their volcanic tops.
An open air and covered market happens on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 am to noon. Good buys are artisan made hams and salami, kolbasz sausages and preserves and pickles. There's also a much wider range of fruit and vegetables than in local stores. In the open air area stalls clothes antiques and hardware abound. Much of the clothing on offer is very poor quality and not as cheap as it should be. Haggling is ok, though many of the stalls are manned by students and not the stall owner, so they won't do deals. Parking is always difficult on market days so come early or be prepared to park in side streets at least 500m away
Lots of cheap and simple food in the new area between the beach and the station.