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|Wizz Air||WZZ||W6||No||Opens 48 days before flight|
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|Vueling||VLG||VY||No||Opens 168 days before flight|
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|easyJet||EZY||U2||Yes||Opens 720 days before flight|
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Budapest travel tips
1) To taste the Budapest cuisine, try traditional Hungarian goulash
Margaret Island is an oasis of tranquillity in the middle of bustling Budapest. Here locals run in the morning, ride bicycles, arrange picnics, and swim on the Danube. Also, there is a complex of 5 swimming pools and two saunas. If you come there before 13:00, a ticket for the whole day will cost 2.5 euro.
2) Walk down the main avenue of Budapest resembling the Champs Elysees in Paris
Andrassy ut is the main avenue of Budapest, founded in 1870. It is framed by beautiful 19th-century buildings and resembles the Champs Elysees in Paris. Every year at the end of summer, the colourful Budapest Parade is held here.
3) Trams in Budapest are the longest in the world and run every minute
Tram service in Budapest is considered to be the busiest in the world. During rush hour, trams run here every minute, and at night, there are two routes, trams 4 and 6, with an interval of 10-15 minutes. In total, there are 36 tram lines in Budapest, and local trams are the longest in the world.
Hungary COVID-19 travel restrictions
Latest COVID-19 restrictions
Travel is allowed
No proof of a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test result is required
No quarantine required
Most travelers from Spain with proof of full COVID-19 vaccination can enter Hungary, but there are restrictions.
Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.
Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in Hungary in our dedicated Stories article.
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