Car rental at Budapest Airport
Budapest International Airport ( Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport ) - download scheme
IATA Code: BUD
Location: 16 km from the city
Official site: www.bud.hu
Information: +361 296 70 00
Budapest International Airport recently received a new name in connection with the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the great Hungarian composer Franz Liszt. So many have not had time to get used to it and still, as before, use the old name - Ferihegy Airport. Every day, tourists from all over Europe, Asia and America arrive at this largest airport in Hungary to visit the "pearl" of Europe on the banks of the great Danube. And if you rent a car, you can explore other beautiful cities, see the work of real winemakers, take a swim on Lake Heviz in the crater of a volcano and get acquainted with local traditions preserved in the villages.
Three reconstructions of the airport made it modern and comfortable for guests of the Hungarian capital to stay, and the increasing passenger flow (reaching almost 10 million people) required the expansion of the airport and the construction of two additional terminals. At the moment, the first terminal is closed, and flights are transferred to terminals 2A and 2B. While waiting for the flight, you can try real Hungarian goulash and the famous Tokai wine in one of the restaurants and cafes. You can also buy wine, salami, cheeses, paprika and other spices as a souvenir from Hungary in numerous shops in the duty-free zone. If you need a long comfortable wait, you can leave your luggage in a luggage room and spend time in a nearby hotel.
You can get to Budapest in less than half an hour, but if you want to visit not only the capital, but also other bright sights of Hungary, it is more profitable to rent a car. Representatives of rental companies will help you choose the best option at the airport or in advance on Bookingcar.su website. Going to Budapest, it is worth taking a long vacation to take a walk along all the streets and squares of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, and then visit the ancient Grashshalkovichi castle, beautiful lakes and mineral springs with healing baths, medieval fortresses and picturesque towns.
Near the airport building there is a bus stop, which takes half an hour to the city center or the nearest metro station, and a taxi, which is more expensive, but with great comfort, takes you to the door of the hotel. After receiving luggage, before leaving the terminal, there is also a minibus booking desk, which will cost less than usual, but will also be taken to the hotel. The station can be quickly reached by high-speed train, running every 20 minutes.