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Flights Amsterdam - Budapest

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Departure Thu, 27 Jun Return Tue, 02 Jul
EIN Eindhoven
BUD Budapest
return from 54€
Departure Mon, 15 Jul Return Tue, 23 Jul
EIN Eindhoven
BUD Budapest
return from 65€
Departure Thu, 04 Jul Return Thu, 11 Jul
AMS Amsterdam
BUD Budapest
return from 137€
Departure Mon, 15 Jul Return Mon, 22 Jul
AMS Amsterdam
BUD Budapest
return from 167€
Route information

An architectural dream, charming Budapest offers spas, hot springs, lovely food and wine and amazing culture.

Currency and cost comparison
Exchange rate
1.00 EUR = 326.44 HUF
Euro Hungarian Forint
1 HUF = 0.01 EUR
Last checked on 16 June 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
64%

Trains in Budapest are 64% cheaper than in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam
3€
Budapest
1.09€
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
59%

A meal in Budapest is 59% cheaper than a meal in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam
15€
Budapest
6.21€
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
56%

A taxi fare in Budapest is 56% cheaper than in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam
4.95€
Budapest
2.17€
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
52%

Coffee in Budapest is 52% cheaper than in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam
3€
Budapest
1.44€
( Amsterdam airports
  • ? Schiphol (AMS)
    How far from city centre: 2 kms
  • ? Welschap (EIN)
    How far from city centre: 108 kms
  • ? Rotterdam (RTM)
    How far from city centre: 64 kms
) Budapest airports
  • ? Ferihegy (BUD)
    How far from city centre: 18 kms
L Distance: 1146 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Amsterdam

The Netherlands' capital city is compact making it easy to move around. It is served by Schiphol Airport considered the oldest international airport in the world, situated on the same site where its first airplane landed. The airport features state of the art facilities, including security and an innovative luggage system. It is also the home of KLM and other SkyTeam airlines, bringing it to a total 108 air companies that fly to 322 destinations in the world. At its peak capacity, it can handle 106 arrivals and 110 departures. Schiphol is also capable of handling 58.2 million passengers in a year.

Getting to Amsterdam airport

Taxis are the fastest and most convenient means of transportation from downtown Amsterdam to Schiphol if you are in a hurry to catch flights from Amsterdam to Budapest. Hotels may also be able to arrange for shuttles or transfers to the airport. If you board trains at the Central Railway Station, it is a mere 15-minute ride to the airport. Should you opt for public transportation, take bus number 197/Amsterdam Airport Express from the centre (Museumplein, Leidseplein or Rijksmuseum). To drive your rental car to the airport, take the A4 and follow the signs for the airport. For the adventurous, cycling is also another way to reach the airport.

Getting to Budapest

Budapest is one of those European capitals that you should not miss; an architectural delight with its Gothic and Baroque buildings. Its history is very much alive with museums that display treasures of an opulent past. Admire the splendid views on the Danube, soak up in one of the many hot springs or relax at spas that abound in the city. Afterwards, treat yourself to culinary feasts of local and regional dishes. In the evening, there is no shortage of things to do either because Budapest has a pulsating nightlife whether you want to join raucous crowds in bars or party with the hipsters at a club.

Getting to the city centre

Budapest Airport is the gateway for passengers who wish to visit the country. To go downtown, use Fotaxi, the taxi company at the airport. Taxi booths are located at the exits of the terminals (2A and 2B). For shuttle rides to the city centre, you can use miniBUD, the official airport shuttle. If you plan to make use of public transport, bus number 200E can take you from Terminal 2 to the Kobanya-Kispest metro terminal (line M3), passing at Ferihegy station until Nyugati railway station. M3 also goes to Ujpest Kozpont in the city centre. Other means of reaching the centre are trains and rental cars.

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