The Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport lies 16km to the south east of the city centre, offering connections to destinations across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Visitors looking for superior Budapest accommodation
will find the Park Inn by Radisson, Budapest is just a 20-minute drive from the airport, putting it within easy reach of this international travel hub.
With such convenient travel links it makes sense to choose the Park Inn by Radisson Budapest when visiting this lively and interesting city.
A constantly developing hub
Budapest’s airport was formerly named after Ferihegy, the neighbourhood in which the airport was built, and it is still popularly referred to by this name. However in 2011 the airport was renamed Ferenc Liszt in honour of the renowned 19th-Century Hungarian composer, pianist and conductor.
The airport has seen significant investment over the past ten years and in 2011 was the European winner of the World Routes Airport Marketing Awards. Developments have made Budapest’s airport an efficient hub for both business and leisure travel.
The gateway to a great trip
From the flight into Budapest Airport to travel around the city, the Hungarian capital is well served by transport connections. Trams, trains, buses and an underground service are all great for navigating the city, but a trip is not complete without a more leisurely journey. By taking a Danube Cruise in Budapest
the city can be seen from a unique perspective.
Whether travelling to Budapest on business or for leisure, a flight into the Ferenc Liszt Airport followed by the short journey to the Park Inn by Radisson, Budapest, is the best start to a great visit.