Flying from Amsterdam to Budapest
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The major airport serving Amsterdam is the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. It is located at Beekstraat 202 and is about five miles from the downtown district. It is served by numerous domestic and international airlines, including US Airways, United, Turkish, Swiss Air, Royal Air Maroc, Iceland Air, and Iberia. When searching for flights from Amsterdam, check with Orbitz.com, which compares the rates of many airlines at a time, enabling you to choose the rate and accommodation that best suits your needs and budget.
Airport Parking Information
Several parking options are available at the airport. Short-term parking is located in lots P1 and P2 with a maximum three-day parking limit. Long-term parking is available in lot P3, north of the terminal, and a free shuttle service is provided to and from the terminals. A minimum stay of three days is required to park in lot P3.
Transportation to the Airport
The most convenient way to get from downtown to the airport is by the Direct Rail Link. Trains run about every 10 minutes, and airport shuttles are available to and from more than 100 hotels in the city for a small fee. Public transportation, city buses, taxis, bicycle taxis and even canal boats can transport you to the airport. Taxi rates average around â‚¬1.80 per kilometer. Some services, especially car rentals, can be purchased on Orbitz.com when you book your flight.
Restaurants Located in the Airport
The airport has numerous restaurants and snack shops available for travelers in a rush or for those who want a sit-down meal. The Brasserie, Bread, CafÃ© Amsterdam, the Cone Bar and many others offer a wide variety of snack and food items. Check out Orbitz.com when you are searching for sales on flights from Amsterdam to receive the best price available for your budget flight.
Airports in Budapest
If you are looking for cheap flights to Budapest, Hungary, check Orbitz.com to find great sales. The Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport provides domestic and international service and is the largest airport in Hungary. It is located about 10 miles away from the center of Budapest, accessible by the ÃœllÅ‘i road. Over 35 airlines provide service, including Aer Lingus, Air France and British Airways.
Transportation from the Airport
The Hungarian State Railways runs service to and from the airport and the city's center. The airport also has bus service, with connections to the Metro and the city's center. The fare will be between HUF 320 and HUF 400. FÅ‘taxi provides taxi service, located at the exits to the terminals. There are also car-rental companies located at the airport. Orbitz.com works with car-rental companies to find you the best ground transportation at a low cost.
Weather in Budapest
Budapest has a temperate climate. Summer high temperatures average in the high 70s, and spring and fall are mild. The average low temperature reaches into the 20s during the winter. Snow is common. If you are visiting during the winter months, make sure to bring warm clothing.
Major Attractions in Budapest
Budapest is rich in history and culture. Both the Danube embankments and the Buda Castle District are World Heritage sites. Included are the Parliament building, Roosevelt Square, the Academy of Sciences and the Gresham Palace. Hero's square is another World Heritage site. The Millennium Monument, with Archangel Gabriel on top, stands in the middle. If you are planning a trip, check Orbitz.com for cheap flights to Budapest that will make it easy to stay within your budget.
- 3 direct flights are operating from Amsterdam to Budapest today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 2h 0m.
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1975 (10:05 AM GMT, Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger) is today's earliest available flight from Amsterdam to Budapest.
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1979 (9:05 PM GMT, Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger) is today's latest available flight from Amsterdam to Budapest.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Amsterdam to Budapest (KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1979, Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger) takes 2h 0m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Amsterdam to Budapest (KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight 1979, Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger) takes 2h 0m.
- Flights from Schiphol Airport (AMS) to Ferenc Liszt Intl. Airport (BUD) are available for this route.
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