Dreaming about flying to London from Budapest? We’ve got everything you need to know about your cheap flights from Budapest to London in this handy guide.
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport Overview
When booking Budapest to London flights you should know that Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport has two terminals terminal 2A and 2B and is easily accessible by public transport from the centre of Budapest.
After you’ve arrived at the airport and have passed through security, you’ll find a good selection of shops and restaurants where you can relax before your Budapest to London flights.
Stansted Airport Overview
When you fly Budapest to London, you’ll be flying into Stansted Airport. Stansted Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the UK and handles over 25 million passengers a year. Travellers can get to and from London by coach, bus, train or car. National Express coaches to London Stansted Airport run 24-hours a day and stop at 38 pick-up points, including 15 in central London. Stansted Express trains are the quickest and most direct way to travel between London Stansted Airport and the capital. Services run every 15 minutes. Planning to explore more than central London? Search Ryanair Car Hire for great value deals.
What to Expect on arrival at London?
Make the most of your cheap flights to London from Budapest by discovering as much of the UK capital as you can during your trip. Grab a selfie at Buckingham Palace. Take a ride on the London Eye. Wander the markets of Brick Lane and Portobello. Check out the British Museum. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do in London. For more great tips on how best to spend your time in London, check out our London travel guides on Try Somewhere New.
Five fun facts about London
From Budapest to London: Practical Information
In the UK, three-pin plugs are standard. You’ll need to take an adaptor with you for any electrical devices.
The flight time from Budapest to London is around 2 hours 25 minutes
You’ll need to change your money to sterling before you fly from Budapest to London, alternatively you can withdraw cash on arrival at the airport
When packing for your trip, it’s worth bearing in mind that July is the hottest month in London with an average temperature of 66°F (19°C), while January at 41°F (5°C) is the coldest month. October experiences the highest rainfall with an average of 71mm of rain – don’t forget your umbrella!
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