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Waltz past the queues for public transport and taxis when you land in Budapest with a pre-booked airport transfer.

Sliced in half by the mighty Danube, few cities can rival Budapest when it comes to drama. Intriguing and beautiful, the Hungarian capital is one of Europe’s finest cities. Delve into its dark, complex history, admire its resplendent mix of architectural styles, and soak in the city’s myriad thermal baths.

Opt for an airport transfer and you’ll be wandering through Budapest’s pretty streets in no time. Generally, the transit time takes just 30 minutes from Budapest Airport to the city centre, and you’ll be dropped straight at your hotel door. It might not be the cheapest option, but it’s definitely the most convenient – no fares to negotiate, no bus stops to miss and no time wasted wandering around looking for your hotel!

If cost is an issue, consider an airport shuttle. You’ll still get the door-to-door service, but the longer transfer time means that this service is often cheaper. It’s a great compromise between cost and convenience.

Travelling as part of a large group? Do yourself a favour and book a minivan or bus to get the gang where they’re going. As well as time saved – no need to worry about getting everyone on the right train or sorting multiple taxis – splitting the price across a few heads can also work out to be cost effective – especially when you nab one of the cheap airport transfer deals to and from Budapest Airport available on TravelSupermarket.

If you’re looking to do the journey yourself, there are plenty of options available. By public transport, the journey from Budapest Airport to the city centre takes around 40 minutes. The 100E bus line goes direct to Deák tér in the city centre, while the 200E stops at the Kőbánya-Kispest metro station. From here, the M3 line runs into the city centre.

Of course, there’s always the option of a taxi, although you’ll be at the mercy of the meter. Generally, pre-booking a transfer usually gives you more choice and a better chance of finding a competitive deal.

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