- Jet2.com brings back Hungarian capital for Yorkshire travellers
- 2014 flights available to book now from £38.00 and Jet2holidays city breaks available from £199
Jet2.com has today announced the return of Budapest to its growing range of destinations available to Yorkshire travellers, becoming the only airline to give local people access to this popular Eastern European hotspot direct from Leeds Bradford Airport.
On sale today, flights to the Hungarian capital start from £38 per person. Jet2holidays’ great value 3-night city breaks are also available from £199 per person and only a £60 deposit.
The twice-weekly service, operating Thursday and Sunday, commences on 3rd April 2014 – perfectly timed for local passengers to enjoy the ultimate Spring break in this vibrant, cultural city.
Steve Heapy, Chief Executive of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing back Budapest for Yorkshire holidaymakers. We’ve made this route available again, following our initial operation in 2012, after huge customer demand. As the only company to be offering great value flights and breaks to this popular city direct from Leeds Bradford Airport we are confident it will be a great success.”
Tony Hallwood, Leeds Bradford Airport's Commercial Director, added: "We are delighted that Jet2.com has introduced Budapest for 2014 from Leeds Bradford Airport. Budapest is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. A World Heritage Site, culture sits alongside an active nightlife, great restaurants and shopping, making it an affordable city break destination."
To book flights visit www.jet2.com or for city breaks visit www.jet2holidays.com.
As the capital of Hungary, Budapest is regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, popular for its balance of new with old. Split by the River Danube into the Buda and Pest sides, it is straddled by the magnificent Chain Bridge. An extensive World Heritage Site, the city is full of baroque-style architecture including the 700 year old Royal Palace as well as The House of Parliament – a stunning building which is home to the country’s crown jewels. St Stephen’s Basilica and Heroes Square are great cultural gems to visit, whilst Váci Street, which runs along the Danube promenade, is an elegant shopping street offering a mixture of restaurants, cafés and bookshops. For those looking for a more relaxing experience, there are a number of traditional thermal spas to dip into across the city whose healing waters have been known to cure a range of rheumatic diseases.