All flights from North America to Budapest
Welcome to Hungary
Plan to visit Budapest, a gem of a city on your next trip to Hungary. It spans the Danube River, with the Buda Hills on one side and the Great Plain on another. Home to over 100 springs this city of spas offers an amazing array of baths. Be ready with the camera for the 300 ft high dome of St. Stephen's Basilica and the Roman ruins. Condor offers the best selection of cheap flights to Budapest.
A flight to Budapest offers the experience of the "Queen of the Danube" drenched in natural charm, history and culture. Soak in the sparkling Gellert Baths or visit the impressive 16thC Turkish pool designed in Ottoman architecture. There are numerous other attractions and events to ensure an excellent time and excitement to all visitors. You will surely find a cheap flight to Budapest with Condor.
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Budapest is a must see destination in your itinerary when planning to visit Hungary. A city with infinite charm, castles and quaint structures, it offers a variety of entertainments along with historical bonanza. Take time to explore the beautiful Churches, Palaces and old architecture. There are several cheap flights to Budapest from the USA for convenient travel. It is just about over an hour flight from Germany.
A flight to Budapest lands at the beautiful Franz Liszt Airport. If you are heading to the city center, take a bus to the metro terminus that takes you into the city. Trains are also an option for reaching the town but you can hire a taxi for fast transit. Some may prefer to take the Airport Shuttle to the city. Fine and cheap flights to Budapest are ensured by Condor.
Top sights in Hungary
The Royal Palace has been rebuilt several times and today it is transformed into two key museums along with the National Széchenyi Library. You can see a massive collection of Hungarian art from the 11th century to date. Budapest History Museum showcases the city for 2000 years.
Széchenyi Chain Bridge
Spanning the city this twin-towered bridge is the oldest and perhaps the most beautiful in the city. Opened in 1849 the Bridge was unique as it was a permanent dry connecter between Buda and Pest and collected toll from even the aristocracy.
St Stephen's Basilica
Famous for housing the Holy Right or St Stephens’ mummified right hand it is a sanctuary of devotion. The colossal basilica sits near Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út and has been built in a neoclassical style. The Holy Right Chapel lies at the rear of the main altar.
This is the largest house of worship for the Jewish outside New York City and can accommodate over 3000 people. Built with both Moorish and Romantic architectural features it is an imposing structure. Visit the Jewish Museum, an annex that displays daily items as well as religious objects.
Its peaks reach over 500m and include an extensive arrangement of trails making it a playground for the locals. Buda Hills offer a much-wanted respite from heat especially in summer. See Béla Bartók Memorial House, the main sight or explore one of the many caves of Buda Hills."