On the shores of the majestic Danube there is the beautiful capital of Hungary.
Budapest is famous for its famous baths.
Amazing Budapest is located between the Carpathians, the Alps and the South Slavic ranges.
BCS-bus coach hire company provides buses, minibuses and minivans in Budapest.
This is the best offer for those who are planning a city tour.
It is also great for those who are going to organize a planned event in Budapest.
Bus hire in Budapest is simply the perfect choice for large group tourism (up to 55 people).
You can also rent a bus on an hourly basis, which will be more economical and freer.
Minibus rental is a great choice for traveling small groups of passengers.
Your small group will be surrounded by maximum comfort in modern minibuses.
Use the bus coach charter in Budapest and enjoy trips all over Hungary and beyond.
In the I century BC on the territory of Budapest, there was a Celtic settlement which was called Ak-Inc. In 89, the Romans seized this place and renamed it Akvinkum. In 450, the Ostrogoths and Huns replaced the Romans. And then the city was conquered by Avars and Hungarian tribes, who renamed the city Buda. At the time of the Mongol invasion, the city was severely damaged. But then in the 14th century Buda became the capital of Hungary and began to rise.
In 1541, Buda and Pest were occupied by Turkey. The city declined and the reduction of its population began. Later the city was liberated and annexed by the Habsburgs.
The city was liberated from the Ottoman Empire by Austrian troops under the leadership of Karl of Lorraine and was annexed to the possessions of the Hapsburgs. In the 18th century, the rapid development of Pest began as a shopping center.
The final unification of cities into one called Budapest took place in 1873. Industrialization began. In 1918, the country was proclaimed a republic, in 1919 - a Soviet republic. The population of the city grew. In 1944, Budapest was occupied by German troops. In 1945, Budapest was taken by assault by Soviet troops.
The most interesting sights in Budapest:
Liszt Ferenc International Airport(BUD) is located 16 km south-east of the center of Budapest.
The airport serves flights to European airports, as well as to Asia, the Middle East and North America.
The airport has three main terminals.
The airport is connected to the city by rail and road.
BCS-bus coach hire company provides airport transfer and shuttle rides to / from the airport.