The experience for many refugees in Hungary was unwelcome and hostile.
The buses will pick up thousands of migrants at the railway and 1,200 who are walking along the motorway.
They boarded a train suggesting it was headed for Germany. Twenty miles later, they arrived at a camp.
Riot police attempted to move the asylum seekers to an overcrowded facility near the town of Biscke.
Viktor Orbn says refugees and asylum seekers do not seek to stay in Hungary.
Trains to western Europe however have reportedly been suspended "indefinitely".
Germany is expecting 800,000 asylum seekers by the end of the year.
Authorities are preventing migrants from seeking asylum in wealthy European countries.
The spokesman for the Hungarian government addresses the crisis on the Balkan corridor.
Migration watchdog says "shocking" incident shows migrants are dying on European soil.
The crowdfunded campaign has raised thousands of euros to 'amend' the government's posters.
"Building walls is not the solution," the Serbian prime minister said
Serbia's prime minister said he's shocked by the decision by Hungary to erect a fence along the border to keep out migrants.
Independent candidate wins Vezprem by-election as PM warns that government 'cannot sit on its laurels'
Putin has not been on a bilateral visit to a European Union state since June last year.
More than 2,000 people took to the streets last night to protest the Russian president's visit.
As a by-election looms, the party's president has sent one of their councilors to atone for his sins.
The PM attended the mass rally in Paris to pay tribute to those killed in the attacks by Islamic extremists
Hungary's Foreign Ministry summoned the U.S. envoy on Wednesday after U.S. Senator John McCain called Prime Minister Viktor Orban a "neo-fascist dictator."
Russian President Vladimir Putin's cancellation of the pipeline running gas from Russia to the EU has hampered Russian influence but at what cost?
Fidesz remains ahead of rivals despite the loss of support amid anti-government rallies across the country
With Hungary's conservative prime minister enjoying solid support, Hungarians who united against his plan to tax the internet believe they could form a solid new opposition
The Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friaday that the country will revisit regulating and taxing money online next year, but for now there will be no internet tax
Thousands took to the streets Sunday to protest the proposed tax on Internet use, calling it one more step in a long line of "alarming anti-democratic measures"
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban's remarks have caused outrage and led to claims of 'Putinisation'