Budapest Airport (BUD) is known in full as the Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport. It is the largest airport in Hungary
and the main gateway into the country from abroad. That is why we offer deals on car hire in Budapest Airport so that you can explore this fascinating eastern European country on your own budget and convenience.
Booking your car rental reservation is made easy through our user-friendly search engine requiring just a few clicks. Our diverse fleet includes various car types to choose from, and you can conveniently pick up your rental car from the airport or city locations.
Budapest Airport serves flights to twenty destinations across Europe also including the UK
, Asia and Africa. When collecting your hire vehicle from the airport, the car hire desks are found to the left of the exit door from arrivals in Terminal 1 and to the right of the doors in Terminal 2.
Driving to and from Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) is relatively straightforward, and there are well-marked routes to and from the airport. Here's what you need to know:
Name of Main Roads:
The main road that connects Budapest Airport to the city center is the E60, also known as Route 4 or Üllői út. This road provides a direct route to the city.
There are no tolls specifically associated with the direct route between Budapest Airport and the city center. However, Hungary has an extensive network of toll highways (motorways), and tolls are typically collected on these motorways. If you plan to travel on motorways outside the city, you may encounter toll booths. Be prepared to pay tolls if you venture beyond the city limits.
Distance from City:
Budapest Airport is located approximately 16 kilometers (about 10 miles) southeast of Budapest's city center
. The drive from the airport to the city center typically takes around 30 minutes, depending on traffic conditions.
Hungarian is the official language of Hungary. While some people in the tourism industry may speak English, having some basic Hungarian language skills can be helpful, especially when reading road signs and communicating with locals.
Enjoy your visit to Budapest!