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Budapest Airport information

Liszt Ferenc International Airport - also known as Ferihegy International Airport - serves the city of Budapest, capital of Hungary. The air facility was named after renowned 19th-century Hungarian pianist and composer Ferenc Liszt, and serves as the main international gateway into the country as the biggest and busiest airport.

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Getting around

Liszt Ferenc International Airport is located around 16 kilometres from the heart of Budapest. To get from the airport to the city, travellers can board Bus 200E from outside Terminal 2 - this bus will get you to the Ferihegy train station, where they can continue by rail to centrally-located Nyugati railway station in Budapest city. The train ride should take only about half an hour.

Otherwise, a shared-ride shuttle service called the Airport Minibus is also available from Liszt Ferenc International Airport (but be sure to book at the Airport Minibus Desk in Terminal 2 before boarding). Those in a hurry can simply grab an official airport taxi from outside the airport terminal - the ride to central Budapest should cost about SGD$31.61.

What to see and do

No trip to Budapest is complete without a visit to Castle Hill, UNESCO World Heritage Site and icon of Budapest. The Hill sits atop a mammoth plateau of limestone and holds upon it the city’s Old Town as well as a smattering of medieval buildings from the very first ancient settlers in the city.

Take a cruise down the Danube River and take in the sights, especially the iconic Hungarian Parliamentary Building. Visit Hosok Tere, or commonly known as Heroes’ Square, to catch a glimpse of the famous curved columns featuring many important Hungarian figures.

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