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Wizz Air Launches Flights from Budapest to Popular German and Spanish Cities

Hungary Today 2024.06.04.
Valencia, Spain.

Wizz Air has launched its two newest flights from Budapest, reports Turizmus.com. From June 1, travelers can choose between four flights a week to Stuttgart and from June 3, three flights a week to Valencia.

“This summer we have seen a significant increase in the number of flights between Spanish and German destinations. Over one million seats are available between Budapest and Spanish destinations, a 38 percent increase compared to last year, while for German destinations there are 20 percent more seats available. This outstanding growth is largely due to Wizz Air flights, including the new Valencia-Suttgart service,” emphasized Máté Ritter, Head of Airline Development at Budapest Airport. He added: “The new routes will further expand the number of destinations and flights available from Budapest, which will help to grow inbound tourism and offer even more opportunities for Hungarian passengers.”

Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg, is home to many popular attractions.

In addition to its medieval monuments and vast green spaces, the world-famous Zoo and Botanical Garden is a fabulous place to visit. Stuttgart is an hour from the Swabian Jura and the Black Forest. It has a population of 632,865 as of 2022, making it the sixth largest city in Germany. Stuttgart is known as the “cradle of the automobile,” and it is home to famous museums like the Mercedes-Benz Museum and Porsche Museum. It should also be noted that the German city is the venue where the Hungarian national football team will face Germany in the UEFA Euro this summer.

Valencia is the perfect summer destination for those who want a cultural experience and for those who prefer to relax and unwind.

The Spanish metropolis has a vibrant cultural life and breathtaking modern architecture.

In addition, vast sandy beaches and fantastic gastronomic experiences can complete the holiday.


Some famous tourist attractions in the Mediterranean city:

  • Central Market (Mercado Central): One of the oldest food markets in Europe, Mercado Central is adorned with Valencian-style mosaics and filled with residents purchasing local foods from over 1,200 trusted vendors selling everything from meat and vegetables to pastries and take-away items.
  • City of Arts and Sciences (Ciutat de les Arts y les Ciencies): This traveler favorite houses the Museu de les Ciències (science museum), the Hemisfèric (planetarium and IMAX theater), the Oceanogràfic – the largest aquarium in Europe – and the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía (performing arts venue), among other attractions.

  • Turia Gardens (Jardí del Turia): One of the country’s largest urban parks, Jardí del Turia was built after a fatal 1957 flood of the Turia River. Today, the garden shelters orange and palm trees and rose bushes among a wide variety of flora.

Valencia. Photo via Pixabay

As Hungary Today previously reported, Wizz Air is launching six new routes this summer. The airline will operate direct flights from Budapest to Brasov, Brussels, Bucharest, Yerevan, Stuttgart, and Valencia. In addition, there will also be more frequent flights to Alicante, Athens, Basel, Glasgow, Madrid, Malta, Milan, Naples, Nice, Rome, Thessaloniki, Tirana, and Paris.

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Via Turizmus.com; Featured image via Pixabay

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