Cheap flights to Hungary

Reasons To Visit Hungary

Hungary is one of the world’s leading tourism destinations offering a huge array of things to do. As well as its beautiful and historic cities, the country is a paradise for nature lovers with its many incredible natural landmarks such as the Lake Heviz thermal lake and the vast Hortobagy National Park. You must visit the capital Budapest during your stay in Hungary, a city renowned as one of the most beautiful in the world with many world-class cultural attractions and vibrant nightlife spots. If you fancy a more peaceful getaway, consider venturing out to the beautiful Lake Balaton region where you can camp out in nature or go on a wine tasting tour.

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Arriving In Hungary

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is the main airport serving Hungary located roughly 15 km away from the capital Budapest. Made up of two passenger terminals, the airport is currently the only destination in Hungary handling direct flights from the UAE. If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Hungary, you will be able to fly to Budapest from Dubai. Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai, provides flights from Dubai International Airport, while Wizz Air offers flights out of Al Maktoum International Airport.

When you have landed in Budapest you will be able to travel into the center of the city from the airport by bus or train if you don’t want to pay for a private taxi. Within the airport you will find an excellent range of amenities and services including plenty of retail shops, duty-free shopping and various restaurants and cafés.


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Hungary Travel Information

Hungary is a part of the Schengen Area which enables UAE nationals to travel to the country visa free for up to 90 days. In Hungary the weather over the winter period is very cold with temperatures often below freezing, although over the summer you can expect warm temperatures with average highs in the mid-to high 20s. Despite the fact that Hungary is a part of the EU, it does not utilize the euro as its currency, so you will need to change up your money to the Hungarian forint instead.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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