Flying from Budapest
Flights from Budapest leave from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD), a modern and convenient travel hub, and Hungary's largest airport. The airport is 16 kilometers away from the city center, and the two terminals, Terminal 2 and 2A, are a short walk apart.
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport Information
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport was completed in the 1950s, and originally operated solely through the original Terminal 1 building. The airport offers plenty of facilities, including places to get food and drink, a duty-free shop, and other vendors selling goods like tobacco, snacks and Hungarian wine. There are also banking and currency exchange facilities.
Getting to the Airport in Budapest
Between 4:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. you can catch the 200E bus to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport from both the Kőbánya-Kispest metro terminal and Ferihegy train station. Alternatively, visitors can take the train to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport's deactivated Terminal 1 in Ferihegy, and from there take the local bus to the active terminals. The bus leaves Terminal 1 approximately every ten minutes. A taxi to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is also an option, and takes around 20 minutes.
Arriving in Barcelona
Charmingly eccentric and undeniably hip, Barcelona and its people defy convention. While its pleasant location along the temperate Costa Brava has inevitably drawn a great many international flights to Barcelona brimming with holiday visitors, Barcelona stubbornly retains its distinctive and intoxicating local flavor.
First Time in Barcelona
There is almost too much to do in Barcelona – it can be overwhelming. Tour the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona) for a look into some evocative Spanish art, or take a day and relax on Barceloneta Beach.
Food lovers will find local fusion cuisine in Eixample as well as the Barri Gòtic. Families should purchase tickets to Barcelona’s Parc d’Atraccions del Tibidabo, a funicular-accessible amusement park at the summit of the city’s mountain overlook.
Making the Most of Your Barcelona Holiday
The region’s year-round mild climate means any time is a good time to travel to Barcelona, though beach-loungers may prefer the warmer summer months. To save money, travelers can easily find cheap hotels in Barcelona’s Barri Gòtic, if they don’t mind the exuberance of evening revelers. Be sure to book your tickets as far in advance as possible to ensure the best flight deals to Barcelona. Avoid airport queues with the convenient Web Check-In service.