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Time Time: 06:10:42
Language Language: Hungarian

Hungary, one of the biggest Eastern European countries, lying at the rivers Tisza and Danube, with the mountains spreading out in the north. It is a great place to travel to for both the experienced travelers and for the beginners. Budapest is a lively, pulsating city filled with all kinds of entertainment and cultural opportunities that will drive your experience away. Sounds interesting? Don't waste your time and just book a ticket as soon as possible!


After taking a flight from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport to Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, you will have many transportation options to choose from to reach Budapest city centre. In addition to intercity transportation to Budapest, it is possible to go to other cities in Hungary with an extensive transportation network across the country.

Transportation to/from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport

Transportation to/from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport to Budapest city centre is easy with public transport options, minibuses, taxis, and shuttles. 100E airport shuttle is the direct option to reach the airport. This airport shuttle operates between Deák Ferenc Square and Ferenc Liszt airport every day between 04:10 in the morning and 01:05 at night.

There is also a 200E bus line which is a regular public transport between Ferenc Liszt airport and Kőbánya-Kispest metro station. This bus line goes up to Határ út station at night, between 11:00 p.m. and 04:00 a.m. If you would like to know more about the schedule and prices for the airport line, you can visit the official website.

Also, there is a train line that comes close to the airport. It is possible to take the train to Ferihegy train station from Budapest city centre and then take the 200E bus line to reach the Terminal 2 of the airport.

Public Transport

Hungary, especially Budapest, has an advanced transportation network for convenient travelling. There are different types of transportation, including trains, buses, trams, trolleys, and boats. The transportation system in Budapest is integrated, and it is possible to reach different districts by using a variety of vehicles.

Buses in Budapest operate in more than 200 routes, allowing public transportation all over the city. The bus line with the letter “E” means the bus is express, and the bus will only stop at a few stations. Also, there are a total of 4 metro lines in Budapest which are M1, M2, M3, and M4. The suburban trains, the HEV, connect the outer parts of the city with the city centre. The public boat lines in Budapest are D-11, D12, and D-14.

Is there a tourist travel card in Hungary?

There are special travel cards for tourists in Hungary, Budapest. You can purchase a 24-hour, 48-hour, or 72-hour Budapest Pass public transport card. If you would like to have more details about the Budapest Pass card, you can take a look at this website. Some of the minibus lines in Hungary accept cash only, and for this reason, it is essential to carry cash if you want to take the minibus.

Transportation Between Cities in Hungary

The cities in Hungary are connected by train and bus lines. It is possible to find a bus to almost all districts and villages in the country. Volánbusz is the most common bus system in Hungary that covers the entire country. Also, you can visit Székesfehérvár or Slovakia Bratislava from Budapest.

Where to Stay in Hungary?

As Hungary is a very touristic country, finding accommodation is never an issue. Budapest was divided into 23 districts. Among all these districts, five of them are very popular. The 5th district, which is accepted as the center, is located in Belvaros and Lipotvaros regions. The 6th district, Terezvaros, has a famous shopping street called Andrassy Boulevard. The 7th District, Erzsebetvaros, is renowned for its vibrant nightlife. The oldest settlement in the city, the Kale Region, is the 1st Region, whereas Jozsefvaros, the 8th district, is the most populated area of Budapest’s. You may accommodate in one of these five famous districts in Budapest. 

To book your stay in Budapest, you can refer to the hotel reservation page for more details about accommodation in Hungary



Things to Do in Hungary

If you decide to visit Hungary, be prepared to see a lot of surprising things in the streets. People here are unlike anywhere else, but if you were to draw a comparison, you would say they are more similar to the Scandinavians than to the Europeans. Do you like spicy food? Great! That is precisely the specialty of the Hungarian cuisine. The local goulash will drive your tastebuds mad, passionately mad.

  • Hungarian Parliament Building: Inspired by the British House of Parliament and located on the banks of Danube gathers most of the political issues of the nation and, at the same time, masses of tourists from all around the world. The guided tours are highly recommended, and for time-saving purposes, it is best to print the ticket before going there; otherwise, you will waste a lot of time queuing for the Visitor Centre desk. Once you are there, the architecture will stun you with its size and sophistication. Get ready for an unforgettable tour!
  • Budapest Evening Sightseeing Cruise: A very affordable way to experience the charming side of the city; during the 1-hour sightseeing cruise, you will see all the things worth seeing at the Banks of the Danube, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There is no option to have a guided tour, but audio tours are available at extra cost. Especially recommended to the people preferring a relaxed way of sightseeing.
  • Halaszbastya: The construction of Halaszbastya – the Fishermen's Bastion – will satisfy your expectations. The magnificent decorative fortification and the straight-from-Disneyland towers will make you immediately want to take a picture. There is no entrance fee, but to see some parts of the towers, you will need to pay a small amount. There is also a cafe on the terrace, where you can contemplate the city's outlook while drinking a warm cappuccino.
  • Danube River: This is the river that was historically separating two cities from each other: Buda and Pest, which would later become one – Budapest. You can spend some slow time here, walking along the coast of the river and admire the city's beauty, with the Buda hills spreading in front of your eyes. The views are stunning and the experience impossible to describe with any satisfactory precision – you have to see it for yourself!
  • Budapest Pinball Museum: You have seen all the most important sites and buildings in the city, but you still want more? The Pinball Museum, the biggest pinball exhibition in Europe, is something you might want to go to! Each table there has its part in the great timeline of the pinball machines. A great choice for the enthusiasts of the non-obvious entertainments.
  • Sziget Festival: One of the largest music festivals in Europe held every August in the Northern part of the city. This is an excellent experience for people who enjoy dwelling in all forms of arts and culture, with over 1000 performances taking place each year. The tickets are pricey, but attendance should be worth every penny for the music connoisseurs.

The following sections will be useful for you if you decide to visit Hungary; we included all the necessary information to travel comfortably and conveniently.

Things to Know Before Visiting Hungary

  • The country is considered to be very safe; walking alone in any neighborhood at any point in the day should not cause any troubles.
  • The local currency is the Hungarian forint, and it is better to buy some currencies before leaving your country of origin due to the unfavorable exchange rates in Hungary.
  • The official language is Hungarian but communicating in English is easy. Hungarians are known for being multilinguists, so who knows, maybe the person you will ask about directions will speak your mother tongue!
  • If you have a hand and taste for cooking, be sure to bring some of the local Paprika back with you – it is an excellent way to enrich your kitchen's possibilities and let the memories of the Hungarian food stay fresh for longer!
  • Businesses are open according to the European norms – no shop should be closed before 5 PM; as usually in West, Middle, and East Europe, there are usually no breaks during the day.

Essential Numbers

Country Phone Code: +36

Airport Phone: + 36 1 296 70 00

Emergency Line: 112

Turkish Consulate: +36 1 344 50 25

Embassy: +36 1 344 50 25

Airports in Hungary

Pegasus uses the following airport for Hungarian flights:

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport

The Budapest Airport is located 16 kilometers southeast of the Budapest city center. You can easily reach it from the Budapest city center by a rental car, a taxi, train or public transport; buses depart every 10-20 minutes.

Car Rental in Hungary

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Hungary for business or leisure.



Have flights to Hungary restarted?

Yes, our flights to Hungary restarted.

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