Book flights from Budapest to Warsaw
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 Warsaw
Reserve your flights to Warsaw and embark on a whirlwind tour through one of Europe’s most beguiling cities. Warsaw has gone through many trials in its recent history, but it has never lost its charming spirit or zeal as seen in the heartiness of its cuisine and the care of its many historic places. Visit airberlin.com today to find flight deals to Warsaw.
First Time in Warsaw
No visit to Warsaw would be complete without a tour of the Old Town. This part of the city was painstakingly pieced back together starting in 1949 and now stands as a cultural hub full of restaurants, cafés, and art stalls.
The National Library stands as one of the most important monuments to Polish history and culture. Tour the vast interior of this fascinating institution. With tickets to Warsaw you will embark on a journey of discovery and excitement.
Making the Most of Your Warsaw Holiday
Most people prefer to travel to Warsaw during the summer, but many have discovered that Polish winters can be a real treat as well. For cheap hotels in Warsaw, consider visiting during one of the shoulder seasons (spring or fall) when accommodation rates are very reasonable. Enjoy convenient Check-In Services when you fly to Warsaw with airberlin.