Budapest is well-connected with India with regular flights operating from all major Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, Nagpur and Cochin to name a few. Some of the airlines operating between the two countries include Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Air France, Emirates and Brussels Airlines. Once you land at the Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, you can take a taxi or the airport minibus to get into the city. You can also catch a train to Nyugati railway terminal from the airport.
If you’re looking to sail into Budapest, you can get on the hydrofoil which operates between Budapest and Vienna between June and September. A trip worth undertaking for the beautiful views along the way. Whichever way you choose to travel to Budapest, yours will be a memorable holiday with one of the carefully curated Budapest holiday package from SOTC.
If you’re looking for a road trip, the drive into Budapest will take you through some of the most scenic locales in Europe. Or you could get on a bus from within mainland Europe to arrive at the Népliget Bus Station in relative comfort.
Budapest has more than 50 trains a day connecting it with 25 other European capital cities. Budapest has three main international railway stations: Keleti, Nyugati and Déli. If you’re travelling from another European country, this is the most comfortable way to reach Budapest.