Unofficially, Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is recognized as an absolute paradise for music lovers and explorers. Officially, it’s classified as a Word Heritage site. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, LunaJets can accommodate your travel needs to this cultural hot spot with a private jet and bespoke transfer solutions to ensure your experience is luxurious and seamless.
Budapest International Airport (BUD) is situated only 25 minutes from the heart of this historic city of Hungary, and its dedicated terminal is well-equipped for all manner of private jet charters. The terminal is a rather busy one, however, and the number of daily take-offs and landings is limited. We recommend getting in touch with an advisor at LunaJets as soon as possible so that we can be sure to charter a private aircraft that meets all of your needs.
What kind of fun and entertainment does Budapest offer?
Dine In Sophistication at The New York Cafe
If you’re looking for an unforgettable dining experience, The New York Cafe is a legendary eatery you should make a point to visit. This Bohemian restaurant, gilded with golden stucco, opulent architecture and pearlescent marble, offers some of the best Hungarian and European food to be had while you’re in Buda.
Visit the Danube River
You’ll likely not make it out of Budapest without seeing the famous Danube River that runs down the middle of the city. But while you’re here, consider renting a luxurious private boat tour on the river to glimpse the Neo-Baroque wonder that is the Hungarian Parliament Building. Otherwise, simply enjoy glasses of bubbly champagne while taking in the sparkling city of Budapest.
Music Lovers: Rejoice
Music lovers will not want in Budapest. This amazing city is not only home to the famous classical composer, Franz Liszt, but it’s centre stage for the Sziget Festival—a lively music festival that takes place every August. For those looking for an elegant musical experience, the State Opera House offers regular performances of some of the best musical talents in Europe. Fly into this amazing city with the aircraft of your dreams and enjoy the opera.
What are some great places to stay in Budapest?
Old-world Style at the Aria Hotel
The unforgettable Aria hotel in the heart of Budapest’s old town is the perfect place for music aficionados. The exterior woos you with its exquisite Old-world architecture, but once inside, the hotel entrances you with luxurious, musically-inspired ambience and mesmerizing melodies. Its four wings are designed in the style and decor of four distinct musical genres: Classical, opera, jazz and contemporary, offering something for every musical preference. The design extends to the rooms too—each is decorated in dedication to a famous musician.
While you’re here, be sure to enjoy a dip in the massive, 35-foot indoor swimming pool. Or perhaps relax in the jacuzzi. If you’re looking for something a little more relaxing, the Harmony Spa offers all the luxuries you’d expect from a modern spa experience—all while enjoying tunes curated by the hotel’s dedicated Musical Director.
Style and Sophistication at the Kempkinski Hotel
Also located in the heart of Budapest is the Kempkinski Hotel. Just across the street from Erzsébet Tér, the largest park in the city, this hotel is a luxurious avant-garde accommodation that offers an unforgettable atmosphere of sophistication. The hotel is elegantly decorated and furnished throughout its 316 rooms and 33 suites, and for those in town on business, Kempkinsi delivers: The hotel offers on-demand boardrooms equipped with the latest technology, and the staff offers full secretarial services.
You can also get some of the best in Budapest at Kempkinsi; the hotel has something for everyone, including a gourmet burger restaurant, a wonderful Japanese spot, a charming café and—of course—a Hungarian-Viennese brasserie.
Where to eat in Budapest?
Go to the world-famous Japanese restaurant Nobu. With its elegant interior and its delicious menu, Nobu is the go-to place for many of our clients. Whether you want the classic makis or the a la carte menu, Nobu will make your stay in Budapest unforgettable.
Caviar and Bull
The Maltese superchef Marvin Gauci has decided to take his success story to Budapest. Marvin and his team continue to thrive in innovation in their menus, eating at Caviar and Bull is not just food it is a unique experience.
Why Choose LunaJets?
Whether it’s a small jet for your business trip or a more luxurious VIP experience for you and your entourage, LunaJets provides the best possible options at the best possible prices. We’ll arrange all of your travel and transfer needs to and from the airport by car or helicopter. We can also make sure you get to and from your commercial flight to your private jet.
Regardless of your specific needs, one of our travel specialists will arrange a private aircraft that suits them perfectly. We can charter the latest generation in jets, offering private airfare accommodations to and from anywhere, at any time, and with the best pricing available, with the aircraft of your choice and commodities such as wi-fi. You’ll be glad you let us take care of you. Even if you have a last-minute invitation to Budapest, we will be able to get you a business jet within no time. Search for empty legs and get a significant price reduction with the same quality first-class service. LunaJets has it all for you, charter a one-way private jet flight today and get within no flight time to the international airport of Hungary.
Frequently Asked Questions
How far is Budapest Airport from Budapest city centre?
About a 20km distance and a 30-minute drive.
How far is Budapest from Vienna?
It is about 240 km away from each other, which can make it a fairly fast private jet flight.
When is the best time to visit Budapest?
It is nice in spring and autumn, however, compared to other European cities the winter weather is also quite mild and bearable.
What is Budapest known for?
Budapest is known as the SPA capital of the World, besides its astonishing architecture and rich culture.