Cheap Flights from Amsterdam to Budapest (AMS - BUD)
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- Wed 4 SepAMSBUDWed 11 SepBUDAMSeasyJet + RyanairIndirectfrom £101
- Thu 12 SepAMSBUDWed 25 SepBUDAMSeasyJet + Wizz AirIndirectfrom £104
- Thu 19 SepAMSBUDWed 25 SepBUDAMSeasyJet + Wizz AirIndirectfrom £104
Flight information Amsterdam to Budapest
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Average flight time, total distance 725 miles
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Frequently asked questions
This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Amsterdam to Budapest
KLM is the only airline currently offering direct flights from Amsterdam to Budapest.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Despite being absolutely massive, Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport only has one terminal. You'll find information about your boarding pier on your flight booking, or on the screens when you arrive at the airport. KLM flights usually leave from piers B, C and D. Amsterdam's Airport has a huge range of shops, cafes and restaurants to while away your time in. Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout the airport. For an extra treat, book yourself into Lounge 26 (operated by Aspire). It's a pay-in executive lounge available to passengers flying to Schengen destinations.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport only has one terminal. Public transport is available and is easy to use: take bus 200E from the airport to the nearest Metro station (Kobanya-Kispest) or train station (Ferihegy). From both of these stations you can take onward transport into the city centre, but remember to buy a new ticket. Taxis are available: expect to pay around £30* for a trip into the city centre.
Car hire at Budapest Airport is available from Avis, Buchbinder, Budget, Europcar, Hertz and Sixt. Remember to compare prices early to get the best deal.
Amsterdam and Budapest are both inside the Schengen area, so you don't need a passport to travel between them. Nevertheless, we recommend British travellers keep their passports on them at all times. Try to arrive at the airport no later than 90 minutes before your flight departure time.
What to expect in Budapest
Hungary is not in the Eurozone, but instead uses the Hungarian Forints. You can change your money before you travel or withdraw it from a cash machine once you get to Budapest: note that bank charges may apply. The climate in Budapest is more extreme than Amsterdam, with hotter summers and colder winters. Expect an average temperature of 21°C in July and -1°C in January. Your holiday money will go much further in Budapest than it will in Amsterdam. A three course meal for two costs €26* on average, a pint of beer €1.30* and a 5km taxi journey less than €6*.
Looking for inspiration?
· Read our top ten things to do in Budapest
· When visiting 'the city of spas', it would be a shame to miss out on the top 6 baths in Budapest
· Pay a visit to District VII: one of the 20 most hipster neighbourhoods in the world
· Check out our Budapest Travel Guide
· Compare hotels in Budapest to find the best deal on accommodation.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.