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Notice of Strike - Friday, January 27th
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  • Notice of Strike - Friday, January 27th

    Passengers are advised that on Friday, January 27th, due to a 24 hours national strike, there may be some disruption to airport  services.

    For flight information, we recommend you contact your airline

    You can also see the live flight information page on Bologna Airport website.

    We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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Bologna Airport offers direct flights from/to Budapest. On this page you will find all the information needed.


Hungary’s charming capital rises above the Danube River, which splits it in two parts: the hilly Buda, on the Western bank, and the flatter Pest, on the Eastern side.
Well known for its architecture and wonderful thermal baths, the city is the ideal wellness retreat.

Enjoy a breathtaking walk along the Danube River in front of the Neo-Gothic style Parliament building and the close St. Stephen Cathedral, whose dome offers a stunning view of the whole city.
Another unmissable spot is the synagogue: built in the XIX century and featuring a Byzantine-Moresque style, it is one of Budapest’s symbols, and it also stands as the largest synagogue in Europe.

This area has since long offered excellent thermal baths thanks to its richness in thermal and medical waters.
Among them, the following need mention: Gellért, already famous in the XIII century, boasting original Art Noveau furnishings, artistic mosaics, colourful windows and statues; Kiràly bath, featuring Turkish architecture dating back to the XVI century; the Neo-baroque Széchenyi thermal bath, one of the largest in Europe, counting a total of 15 thermal pools.
The baths, which are open day and night time, represent the most loved attraction among tourists.

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