The easiest by car is to follow M7 highway from Budapest and leave at the exit of Érd. Routes 6 and 70 also cross through the town.
Trains leave from Budapest Déli station which always call at another large station, Budapest Kelenföld. Érd has five train stops and stations: two are in the center, Érd felső (upper Érd) and Érd alsó (lower Érd); three other are in the outskirts, Érd, Érdliget and Nagytétény-Érdliget. Note that there are two separate train lines, so you better figure out beforehand where you want to get off. Journey time is roughly 30 to 40 minutes. Check  for the timetable.
There are a few options by bus. The easiest to take the frequent-running bus from Etele tér which will take you directly to Érd in about 25 minutes. There are less frequent buses that leave from Csepel, or you can also take the #3 from Móricz Zsigmond körtér in Buda to Nagytetény, and from there catch a 10 minute bus to Érd.
- Minaret on Mecset u. is the third largest minaret in the country, after Pécs and Eger, and stands at 23 meters. Located in the Ófalu or Old Town south of the train station, it is all that remains from the town's once important place in the Ottoman Empire. Take bus #1 from the bus station to arrive.
- Magyar Földrajzi Múzeum (Hungarian Geographical Museum). Housed in the Classicist Wimpffen Mansion at Budai út 4. The Hungarian Travellers and Explorers exhibit displays the life and work of the nation's most famous travellers. Whereas the Scientific Explorers of Hungary exhibit features the historic geography and geology of the region, included a room dedicated to the Székely people from Transylvania. The museum is just west of the felső and alsó train stations and easily walked to.
- Steak House. If you enjoy meat, this is for you. They have all kinds of steaks, the place is nice (all wooden interior), service is okay. Prices are a bit high but you probably won't regret it afterwards (and you definitely won't stay hungry).