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Book international flights to Budapest with IndiGo

Flying to several international destinations with its codeshare partner, Turkish Airlines, has become more convenient. Now, you can book flights to Budapest with just a few clicks from IndiGo’s website. You can book India to Hungary flights from cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru. India to Budapest flights have a layover in Istanbul for a couple of hours, during which you may have to change the aircraft. You can sign up for 6E Rewards for a better experience, as it provides benefits such as flight deals and access to airport lounges.

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is also known as the "Paris of the East." This beautiful city is not only one of Eastern Europe's most culturally important metropolises but is also home to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Budapest is also known as a shopper's paradise, with the magnificent old Central Market Hall, which sells traditional goods and groceries, to Vaci Street, which is known for its mix of luxury boutiques and big brands.

India to Budapest flight information

  • Distance between India and Budapest: The aerial distance between India and Budapest is 5,835 km.
  • India to Budapest flights: There are many international flights that operate from India to Budapest on a regular basis.
  • India to Budapest flight timings: India to Budapest flights are available at regular intervals. The timings are available on the IndiGo website and mobile app.
  • India to Budapest flight ticket price: India to Budapest flight tickets may cost between INR 30,000 and INR 60,000. Please note, the price may differ based on when you book your flight.
  • Multiple flights to Budapest from India: Delhi to Budapest, Mumbai to Budapest, Chandigarh to Budapest and others.

Hello, Budapest!

Budapest is famous for many things, most importantly the grand Corinthia Hotel Budapest, which inspired Wes Anderson's famous movie, The Grand Budapest Hotel. But the city is also known for its thermal springs, which have been used for therapeutic purposes since prehistoric times. In fact, Budapest has so much to do that you'll want to spend at least a few days exploring this city. Popular attractions range from stunning architecture and collections of the 20th-century history to a vibrant cultural and entertainment scene, from street performers to the classical concerts in beautiful churches. 

Budapest travel guide

  • The Danube Promenade: One of the best, and free, activities in Budapest is a walk along the Danube Promenade. This centuries-old waterfront path stretches between the Elisabeth Chain Bridge and Széchenyi Chain Bridge. On the northeast side of the Danube there is a monument called ‘Shoes on the Banks of the Danube’ which consists of 60 pairs of steel shoes, commemorating the Jewish civilians who were shot by the Nazis.
  • Castle Hill: Budapest's Castle Hill rises above the River Danube and is home to many of the city's most important medieval monuments and museums. Topping the list of these impressive structures is the 18th-century Buda Castle. This is a massive 200-room palace that replaced a 13th-century castle. It was built to defend the fortress against Mongol and Tatar attacks.
  • St. Stephen's Basilica: St. Stephen's Cathedral is a popular tourist attraction known for its impressive architecture, interior beauty, and panoramic views from its dome. Dedicated to St. Stephen, Holy King of Hungary, and founder of the Hungarian state, the cathedral began construction in 1851 but suffered several failures, including the collapse of an unfinished dome. It was not consecrated until 1905.
  • Fisherman's Bastion: Overlooking the River Danube stands the impressive Fisherman's Bastion where the city's fisherman's guild built its defensive walls in the Middle Ages. This elaborate collection of neo-Romanesque towers, courtyards, colonnades, and walls was built between 1895 and 1902. It is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions, and the main tower offers spectacular views of the city and the Danube.
  • Central Market Hall: This is the largest and oldest of Budapest's indoor markets, built in 1897. This popular indoor market is as large as a major European train terminal, covering over 10,000 square metres. Here, you can find an abundance of fresh produce, groceries, and other commodities sold on many levels, making it popular with tourists as well as locals.

Budapest airport information

Budapest Airport (BUD), formerly known as Budapest Ferihegy International Airport, serves Budapest, the capital of Hungary. Numerous airlines fly in and out of this airport from all over the world. Turkish Airlines, a codeshare partner with IndiGo, is a major airline that flies from major cities across India. Several public transportation options like buses and taxis are available from the airport to your desired location.

Important points to remember while travelling to Budapest

  • Flight booking- Make advance reservations to get low-cost IndiGo flights to Budapest from India
  • Connecting flights- Most of the international flights to Budapest have one or two layovers from India, so make sure to check the duration of the layover while booking
  • Visas and immigration- You need Hungary visa in order to visit Budapest. However, since Hungary is a member of the European Union (EU) and a part of Schengen Area, you need Schengen visa. Also, make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration.
  • Leave for the airport early- Arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance for international flights
  • Baggage allowance- Check the baggage allowance to know how much your check-in and carry-on bags can weigh while travelling on an IndiGo flight

FAQs about Flights to Budapest

Are there flights between Delhi to Budapest?

Yes, there are flights between Delhi to Budapest which are operated by Turkish Airlines.

Will I be charged for excess baggage on my flight?

For excess baggage, there will be an additional charge for both domestic and international flights.

Can I carry medications in my cabin baggage?

Yes, you can carry medications in your carry-on baggage. All valuables, in carry-on baggage rather than checked-in baggage.

Does provide a baggage transfer during transit?

Yes, baggage transfer facilities are available for easy transit.

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