Book flights from Budapest (BUD) to Olbia (OLB)

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 Olbia

Located on the island of Sardinia, Olbia is a lively town with much to offer travelers with a sense of adventure. Archaeology enthusiasts will enjoy the traces of past cultures around the city, and nature lovers will find plenty to explore.

First Time in Olbia

Take advantage of flight deals to Olbia through airberlin and discover a charming, bustling town unspoiled by tourism. First-time visitors can enjoy the sights within the town itself, such as ancient buildings and beautiful churches.

Your Olbia

A trip to Italy would not be complete without a taste of the many exquisite dishes this location has to offer. Travel to Olbia to enjoy a variety of stuffed pasta dishes filled with local, fresh seafood. Gnocchi in particular is very popular in Olbia, as is Sardinian ravioli, filled with potatoes, cheese, mint, and garlic.

Making the Most of Your Olbia Holiday

Unlike other more popular tourist destinations in Italy, Olbia remains largely unvisited throughout the year. There are plenty of opportunities to find cheap hotels in Olbia since the town is not a major holiday destination. Many who do book tickets to Olbia are drawn to the town’s charm and history. Take to the skies with airberlin and enjoy comfortable flights to Olbia.