Driving in Hungary can be different to driving in the UK so make sure that you are aware of the rules of the road before you travel there. Sixt has provided this guide below with some useful driving tips for our customers to read through beforehand.
Please make sure that you read through all of this guide before you start your road trip in Hungary.
Here are the legal speed limits for driving in Hungary:
Here are the compulsory documents and equipment to carry:
You will have to pay tolls for some motorways and you'll be given a sticker to put in your car as proof of payment.
You shouldn't use your horn except in cases of extreme danger.
If you’re are caught committing a driving offence whilst driving in Hungary then you could face being given an on the spot fine.
Most of the main tourist areas have free parking. Parking is permitted on the right-hand side of two-way streets and on both sides of one-way streets. Parking in in Budapest can be tricky as it is a busy city. If you park illegally your car could be clamped.
Most roads in Hungary are in good condition.
Sixt has branches in Hungary in the cities of Debrecen, Gyor and Miskolc. We also have 2 branches in the capital city of Budapes tincluding one at Budapest Airport.
After reading our Hungary driving tips why not have a look at some of the other locations we have covered including Barbados,Belarus and the Greece.
* Please note: All information was correct at the time of publication.