There are 41 flights operating between Istanbul and Budapest. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Izmir and Sofia to Budapest.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Budapest flights? In the coming 3 months: Ankara Budapest 1,859 TL, Antalya Budapest 1,749 TL and Istanbul Budapest 1,301 TL
Better to book your flight to Budapest 26 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
January and November months are the highest season for Hungary, Budapest. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: May and March.
Budapest, the capital of Hungary, was formed by the merger of the cities of Buda and Pest on both sides of the Danube on November 17, 1873. More than 1 million 750 thousand people live in Budapest, which is the largest city in Central Europe after Berlin.
The capital, the political, cultural, industrial, trade and export center of Hungary, is one of the most beautiful places in Europe with its impressive architectural structures, beautiful scenery around the Danube, beautiful cafes and restaurants, as well as a young and dynamic population.
With its geographical location, historical artifacts, architectural structures and natural beauties, Budapest, which is considered one of the leading centers of Europe, impresses its visitors with its places to visit. The west side of the Danube is divided into two as Buda (Budin) and the east side as Pest. The Buda section of the city contains more rugged and historical districts. The bustling life, business center and crowded part of the city can be seen on the plains of Pest.
Castle and Gellert Hill, which form the higher parts of the city, are frequented by tourists for an impressive view. High mountains facilitate defense and the Danube River's impact on transportation and life are the reasons that increase the value of Budapest.
Boat tours on the Danube are an enjoyable activity for unforgettable views in the city, which impresses visitors with its thermal baths, caves and lush parks. It is possible to see these traces in every corner of Budapest, which carries the traces of many civilizations in its historical past dating back to 89 AD.
Margitsziget Island (Margaret Island), located in the middle of the Danube, stretches between the Margaret and Arpad bridges. A vast park area of 100,000 square meters, an open-air swimming complex, Japanese, French and English gardens, and the Margitsziget Thermal Hotel and the Margitsziget Grand Hotel are among the things to see on the island.
The largest island on the Danube, Csepel-sziget (Csepel Island), Hajoyari-sziget and Luppa-sziget islands are other places to see in the city. Danube River embankments and wharves, Adrassy Street and Castle residential area, which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, are among the popular touristic spots.
The Castle District impresses with its historical buildings as well as 3 churches, 6 museums, squares and streets. It is quite enjoyable to have a bird's eye view of the city from Fishermen's Bastion and Gellert Hill.
Greshem Palace, Basilica, Parliament Building, bridges and houses lined up around the Danube are among the places that must be experienced to feel the Budapest atmosphere. Andrassy Street (Andrassy ut) is the right address to see the city life and to visit the most famous cafes, restaurants and shops of Budapest.
The hot springs, which have been operating since the 16th century, are health centers that attract the attention of local and foreign tourists. Gellert, Kiraly, Csaszar, Rac, Kukacs, Szechenyi and Ruda are the first ones that come to mind.
In the city where there are more than 200 caves, there are thermal waters in these caves. Varbarleng, Sziklakapolna, Palvolgy Cave and Szemlohegy Cave are among the caves to be seen.
How to Get to Budapest
The easiest way to get to Budapest, which is at an important crossroads in the heart of Central Europe, is by plane. From Turkey, it is possible to reach the city where there are direct flights every day from Istanbul Atatürk and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen airports, by purchasing a plane ticket. It is also possible to go to the city by connecting flights from major European cities, by bus and by rail.
Budapest, one of the most impressive cities in Europe, is one of the most beautiful travel routes with its architectural elements reflecting its rich historical past and cultural structure. Now is the time to take action for a journey that will start with just one flight ticket.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Amsterdam - Budapest||2,801.25|
|Adana - Budapest||2,002.25|
|Ankara - Budapest||1,859.00|
|Athens - Budapest||598.10|
|Baku - Budapest||2,599.56|
|Antalya - Budapest||1,758.58|
|Berlin - Budapest||633.51|
|Prague - Budapest||820.27|
|Dammam - Budapest||3,130.05|
|Rome - Budapest||525.84|
|Brussels - Budapest||356.66|
|Sofia - Budapest||520.28|
|Larnaca - Budapest||920.53|
|Milan - Budapest||390.40|
|Frankfurt - Budapest||2,432.48|
|Stockholm - Budapest||508.40|
|Istanbul - Budapest||1,301.19|
|Riyadh - Budapest||3,513.09|
|Vienna - Budapest||936.19|
|Tel Aviv Yafo - Budapest||1,369.86|
|Warsaw - Budapest||517.32|
|Izmir - Budapest||2,012.99|
|Jeddah - Budapest||2,243.42|
|London - Budapest||767.96|
|Paris - Budapest||671.66|
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