Flights to Budapest (HU)

Visit one of the most beautiful and celebrated cities in Europe, Budapest! This city is known worldwide for its diverse culture influences and architectural beauty. Budapest is the capital and largest city in Hungary and Budapest Ferihegy International Airport offers regular services to Europe and a few North American destinations. Upon arrival there is no shortage of things to do. The first site to attract your eye will surely be the Royal Palace. Inside its walls, visit the National Gallery and Matthias Church. Other notable sites in Budapest include the State Opera house, the Palace of Arts and the parliament building. Although these are just a few of the fabulous things to see in Budapest, there is much more to explore in the city. For those looking to experience one of the most impressive cities in the world, Budapest is the perfect destination!

Hungary is a landlocked country located in central Europe. It has been a member of the EU since 2004 and is among the leading tourist destinations worldwide. . Geographically, Hungary is mostly composed of plain land, with hilly and low mountainous areas. Hungary enjoys a continental climate with very warm summers and moderate precipitation and cold, snowy winters. Budapest is one of the larger European metropolitan areas and offers plenty of shopping, culture and history. Due to its geographical location, it has a unique cultural identity with European and Asian influences.
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Places of interest

  • Chain Bridge
  • Castle District
  • Matthias Church
  • Fisherman's Bastion
  • Buda Castle

More info about your Budapest city trip

  • Budapest Tourist Information
  • Teréz körút 55
  • 1067 Budapest
  • Tel. (+36) 1 30 28 58 0

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DateType of TripAirline Rating Price pp from
1. London-Budapest
15/11 - 21/11/2016 London-Budapest Wizz Air
2. Manchester-Budapest
30/12 - 03/01/2017 Manchester-Budapest Ryanair
3. Bristol-Budapest
19/12 - 27/12/2016 Bristol-Budapest KLM
4. Birmingham-Budapest
27/03 - 31/03/2017 Birmingham-Budapest Lufthansa
5. Edinburgh-Budapest
17/02 - 21/02/2017 Edinburgh-Budapest British Airways
6. Leicestershire-Budapest
12/12 - 31/01/2017 Leicestershire-Budapest Multiple Carriers
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7. Aberdeen-Budapest
09/12 - 11/12/2016 Aberdeen-Budapest Lufthansa

Budapest has a temperate climate. In the summer, the temperature is generally in the mid-20s, and in the winter, it’s usually slightly below freezing. It’s rainiest in early summer, but for the most part, Budapest is drier than the U.K. and other countries with Oceanic climates. Most visitors will find that dressing for the season is fairly straightforward.


The Great Market Hall (Nagy Vásárcsarnok) at Fővám tér has recently been renovated and is an exciting place to shop, full of interesting stalls and original items, including local specialties. The main shopping district frequented by tourists is around Váci utca, in the city centre, on the Pest side of the river Danube. It’s an architecturally stunning neighbourhood and a wonderful place for a morning or evening stroll. Absinthe is legal and freely available in Budapest, so many visitors take advantage of the opportunity to purchase some.


Hungarian cuisine is rich and filling. A meal will almost always include beef, pork, veal, poultry or fish, and the food is often seasoned with paprika and garnished with sour cream. Potatoes, onions and cabbage are common ingredients. Gyulyash, a soup, and Pörkölt, a stew, are both popular dishes. Most westerners find the native cuisine in Budapest accessible and enjoyable. There are a number of restaurant boats offering dinner cruises on the Danube, and they’re enjoyed by locals and tourists alike.


Budapest is famous for its mineral baths, and the city's most distinctive type of nightlife are the night bath parties, which often feature electronic music. The city is also a centre for classical music and opera, which are still very popular among ordinary people in Hungary. Many visitors enjoy the local borozós, or wine pubs. Summer nights can be spent at outdoor clubs, including the five on Hajogyari Island. There are also conventional bar and club districts. One of the best is in the neighbourhood surrounding the Opera.

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