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Connected beautifully by the Danube river, the route from Vienna to Budapest is one filled with sceneries. The Hungarian capital city and Austrian capital city have their specialities. One reeks of historical beauty and incomparable monuments. The other has an old city speaking of the past, in an essentially cultural manner. Vienna with its old structures has an artistic approach to the city and offers numerous locations to visit. This is the same with Budapest too, which has several museums to visit the history of the city from certain periods.
Book Vienna to Budapest taxi with Rydeu to enjoy the maximum comfort while travelling between these cities. Though numerous methods are available, Vienna to Budapest car rental is another safe and easy method. The struggles of public transport are non-existent. With luggage and sometimes indirect routes, the difficulty of choosing general transfers increases. The intercity car hire to Budapest will eliminate this and Rydeu also offers a zero cancellation charge. Prices vary depending on the vehicle chosen and the further process is simple and easy to understand.
Distance between Vienna and Budapest - 242.6 km
Journey time - 2 hr 46 min
Presently the capital city of Austria, Vienna is located on the east side of the country. The Danube River passes through it. The place is quite famous for its artistic and intellectual aspects bred over the years. Numerous architectural and historical attractions are present here, giving insights into the past. The development of the place is often credited to Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. It is also the most populated city in Austria with approximately 1.9 million inhabitants. It also shares the borders with the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. The museums here feature brilliant artworks and other specialities of famous artists. Often quoted as one of the most livable cities in the world, it has around 6.8 million tourists visiting each year.
Bisected by the Danube river into the hilly Buda district and the flatter Pest area, this place is the most populated in Hungary. A chain bridge connects the two parts here, giving an insight into the old town of the Buda area. Filled with an old-style charm, the location along with the Budapest history museum speaks greatly of Budapest's past. It had started effectively with the Roman reign in the 9th century. Three regions, Buda, Obuda and Pest along with minor villages nearby had combined into one single city in 1873. Museums, beautiful architectural sites and delicious cafe’ food here adds up to the speciality of Budapest. The Neo-Gothic Parliament, the largest in Hungary, St. Stephen’s Basilica, Acquincum museum with the Roman remains, Castle hill and district, etc. are the major attractions. With some of the best views, the place is an open book for exploration and inspiration.