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Exult in the immense pleasures of Budapest with business class flights to the city.

Book Business Class Flight Deals to Experience Buda Castle


A piece of Medieval majesty, Buda Castle is the symbol of gorgeous and resilient Budapest. It’s likely you’ll get a glimpse of its august green-domed tower as your business class flight lands. The castle complex is rich in history and grandeur, perched atop Castle Hill along the Danube River. Once the home of royals, much of the original structure has been destroyed by war over the centuries. Reconstructed after World War II, today’s castle is a bastion of Hungarian culture. 


The castle is home to several museums and cultural institutions, including:
-the National Széchenyi Library,
-the Hungarian National Gallery and
-the Budapest History Museum.


The Castle Districts equally rich with important landmarks and attractions. Take in a performance at the National Dance Theatre. Watch the changing of the guards at the Hungarian president’s Sándor Palace. Revel in the city scenery from the Fisherman’s Bastion terrace, and admire the splendor of Matthias Church. 




 

Upscale Budapest: Andrássy Avenue and Business Class Flights


Sublime tree-lined Andrássy Avenue is one of the most enticing boulevards of Europe. Connecting Heroes’ Square to Erzsébet Square, the avenue is the perfect companion to luxurious business class seats. Many international embassies call the avenue home, as do upscale shops and restaurants. 


Several side streets open up to inviting public squares such as Liszt Ferenc. A walk along Andrássy Avenue also takes visitors to two of Budapest’s most popular landmarks. 
The legendary Hungarian State Opera House is famous for its magnificent Neo-Renaissance design. Tours of the opera house offer a view of the venue’s role in Hungarian society. A night at the opera or ballet here, though, gives visitors a chance to experience the structure in all its glory. 
The avenue is also home to the sobering House of Terror Museum. The museum honors the country’s fight against Nazi and Communist regimes.

Danube Cruise and Margaret Island


The dazzling Danube River famously links western Buda to eastern Pest. It also provides one of the best ways to enjoy Budapest’s stellar scenery, architecture and history. A cruise along the Danube gives visitors a fish eye’s view of the city’s stunning and infamous bridges. 
-You’ll pass beneath the historic Bridge of Chains,
-pass by the grand Freedom Monument and
-cruise by the captivating Gellért Baths.


Visitors who take cruises during daylight hours often enjoy an extra perk with stops at the lush Margaret Island. The island is perched in the middle of the Danube River, and it’s full of fun and interesting activities. For visitors who want a good workout following a long business class flight, the island is a popular destination. The island sports a 3.5-mile rubberized jogging track around the island, offering excellent views of the city. It’s also filled with open-air nightclubs and fascinating Medieval ruins. 


 

Hungarian Parliament Building Tours Make Business Class Trips Worthwhile


The Hungarian National Parliament building is one of Budapest's most recognizable and important structures. It is among the two tallest buildings in the city, and its Gothic Revival style is notable. One of the oldest legislative buildings in all of Europe, the Parliament building is filled with national treasures. While touring the landmark, visitors can:
-examine the Holy Crown of Hungary,
-admire the grand House of Magnates Assembly Hall,
-relish the vibrantly colored stained glass throughout the building and
-revel in the magnificence of the 16-sided central hall.


The Parliament grounds include other notable monuments, tributes and structures too. Visitors can pay homage to the country's valiant fight against Communism at a monument in front of the building. The monument to the 1956 Hungarian Revolution is moving and significant. Statues of several other important Hungarian leaders, revolutionaries and artists are scattered throughout the site's expansive grounds. It's the perfect spot to explore after your business class flight lands in Budapest.

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