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Cheap flights to Budapest


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 Summer 2018 schedule (25.03.2018-27.10.2018)

Please note! The PDF timetable is updated once a week, the data are correct at the time of creation, and can change occasionally. For exact flight times use our online timetable.

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Hop on a cheap flight to Budapest and enjoy:

  • a relaxing soak in one of the city’s mineral water baths
  • a refreshing glass of Tokaj wine
  • a stroll around the up and coming 7th District


cheap airbaltic flights to Budapest

Spreading across the mighty Danube River where it flows through history-soaked central Europe, the capital of Hungary could be just the European city-break you’ve been missing.  Here, over one and a half million people gladly call the city home, and for good reason, too.  This World Heritage Site has ancient castles and beautiful churches, a full medley of museums, monuments and massive fortresses, caves for spelunking set in the Buda hills outside of town, geothermal springs (think baths, baths, baths!) and example upon example of stunning architecture from right across history. (In fact, there’s so much to see and do in this born again city, you might wonder why it seems a little overlooked.) airBaltic is pleased to bring you cheap flights to Budapest International Airport. 


The official language in Budapest is Hungarian, and it’s a language that to some may seem rather difficult to grasp. Get in the spirit with a simple jó napot (good day!) and – for the most part – worry not, as English is becoming more widely spoken and in the tourist areas and hotels, where you’ll find little trouble communicating when it comes to the basics.

See and Do

There’s so much to see and do after leaving your hotel in Budapest, whether you’re in the mood for taking in some fascinating architecture – from gothic and neoclassical to baroque and art nouveau – or diving headfirst into a bohemian city-break. Churches and castles, an old fortress that once defended the city, restaurants catering to an assortment of tastes and plenty of loaded night clubs, cafes and bars with an explosive representation of the city’s artistic underground.  It’s at night that the city really shows its colours – and its style – as one of Eastern Europe’s most happening ‘bergs.
On your excursion to Budapest, consider a day trip outside of the city’s gates – visitors can enjoy an invigorating trek through the Buda hills, explore some of the many caves therein or relax in one of the many geothermal baths on offer in the city. And, as with many of the post cold war capitals, Budapest has some teeth, but that only adds to the authenticity of the experience. Rest assured, regardless of the trip you have in mind – this is one town with fun in store for everybody.

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