Cork Airport

Destination of the month

Welcome to Budapest

Visitors can enjoy the different charms of the cafes, restaurants and bars of busy Pest with the grandeur and spectacular views from the old Habsburg palace situated on the hills of Buda.

Flying to Budapest

Ryanair fly to Budapest year-round.

Cork Cork airport ork to Budapest Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport BUD


Things to do here

From the famed thermal spas to the grandeur of its palaces and museums, Budapest is proud of its history as the twin capital of the Austro-Hungarian empire. With an excellent tram system, it’s easy to get around to discover the plentiful cafes and ‘ruin’ bars of Pest with the very different experience of the views from the old palace and Halászbástya or Fisherman's Bastion on the opposite bank of the Danube in Buda. 


To Eat

  1. The Hold Street Market Hall dates from 1891 and today it focuses on the freshest local produce and a series of casual eating options showcasing the best local food. The pork schnitzels at BUJA DISZNÓ are a highlight.
  2. Want a quick and flavourful tour of the staples of Hungarian cuisine, look no further than Hungarikum Bistro.

To Stay

  1. Intercontinental Budapest - Luxury hotel in a prime spot overlooking the Danube in Pest and facing the impressive imperial palace across the river on the hills of Buda.
  2. Corinthia Hotel - one of the ‘grand dame’ hotels of Budapest with a ‘Royal Spa’ that features a recently restored swimming pool that dates from 1886.