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Getting There in Hungary

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Getting to Hungary

A flight to Budapest takes around 2 hours and 25 minutes, and will cost you around £182 per person.

In order to take your pet it must have a tattoo or microchip and be accompanied by an EU Pet Passport. You will need to contact the airline to ask about their regulations.

The EU Pet Passport contains information about the pet such as its owner, identification number and?proof of vaccination against rabies. It is issued by the vet and valid for the life of the pet.

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Organisations that can assist with Getting There

  • > Brussels Airlines

    Brussels Airlines is operating some 300 flights daily, connecting the Capital of Europe to over 90 European and African destinations, as well as three destinations in North America (New York JFK, Washington D.C. and Toronto).

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  • > Travelsphere

    Travelsphere offers unrivalled choice, with more than 300 escorted holidays available in over 70 countries. Choose from an unforgettable trip to Italy, China, or Australia; or go off the beaten track to less well-known gems such as Montenegro or Borneo.

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