Book flights from Budapest (BUD) to Madrid (MAD)

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 Madrid

Passionate and vital, the Spanish people are known worldwide for their vibrant inner fire. Never is this quality more evident than when you travel to Madrid, where everything from the city’s Gothic-inspired structures to its rich cuisine speaks of its people’s thriving artistic lineage that is now centuries old.

First Time in Madrid

A hearty appetite and healthy curiosity all you need to enjoy Madrid’s avant-garde culinary scene. A wide range of tapas bars can be found throughout the city, but the best nightclubs tend to cluster in Barrio de La Latina.

Your Madrid

Shoppers will love the variety of Madrid’s famous Rastro market. Art lovers will delight in the incredible collection of works on display at Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.

Making the Most of Your Madrid Holiday

When booking your flights to Madrid, remember that the warm summer period between May and October is arguably the best time to visit. You can save money by booking your tickets to Madrid as far in advance as possible. Find a selection of cheap hotels in Madrid’s Gran Vía, and remember check the special offers section of airberlin.com for great flight deals to Madrid. Plan your Madrid holiday with airberlin for great service and quality.