Flying to Hungary's capital city is simple, and flights arrive every day from most major European cities. Flights to Budapest Ferenc Liszt Airport include services by airlines as diverse as EasyJet, British Airways, Finnair, Ryanair and Lufthansa, with flights from cities like London, Berlin, Helsinki, Cologne, Athens and Rome. The airport itself is just to the south-east of the city, and the quickest route into town is a combination of bus and train. Take Bus 200E from the terminal as far as Kobanya-Kispest, which is a stop on Metro Line 3. Alternatively, passengers can stay on the bus until it reaches the centre, which takes about 50 minutes in total. There is also a taxi rank just outside the arrivals building.
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An average meal in a restaurant in Budapest costs 12.6% more than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Budapest are on average 5.4% higher than in the other cities in Hungary.
Public transport in Budapest costs around the same as the national average.
A night in a hotel in Budapest is about 6.3% less expensive on average than in the rest of Hungary.
Budapest is an energetic, bustling capital city that is filled with history. In the 19th century, Hungary's capital became a cosmopolitan centre of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and hundreds of beautiful street houses, theatres and public buildings were constructed. Nowadays, visitors can see stunning architecture like the Gresham Palace, tour the ancient castle complex, learn about the Communist era at the House of Terror or enter beautiful churches like St Mathias. The city is small enough to walk around at your leisure, but it also has an affordable, well-connected public transport system. In the evening, tourists can check out the city's famous "ruin bars" that pop up all across Budapest, while in summer, the city hosts the vibrant Sziget Music Festival. At any time of year, there's always something to do.
SzimplaKert is one of Budapest's most famous ruin-bars. Its quirky interior and alternative vibe contributes to its name, the direct translation to English being 'fairy-garden'. Photo credit @heidenveld :-) #GoEuro #Budapest #Travel #Explore #RTW #TraveltheWorld #Wanderlust #BeautifulPlaces #TakeMeThere #WanderlustWednesday #TravelTip
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