Rental Cars Europe hire cars from Budapest to Gyor - we've got car hire in Hungary covered!
Book your cheap Car Rental in Hungary with Rental Cars Europe and see what a great deal and price we can get you, whether you are travelling on business or for pleasure. We have a variety of pick up locations dotted around the country and these include Budapest, Budapest Airport, Gyor, Gyor Airport and Kaposvar. Booking your Car Rental in Hungary in advance with Rental Cars Europe means that you can often get a cheaper prices and a greater availablity of cars to choose from.
Rental Cars Europe was voted the Best Car Hire Website in 2010 and we endeavour to find the cheapest prices and best deals on Car Rental for our customers. We compare prices from all the main rental suppliers such as Alamo, Hertz and Avis to find you the best price possible. Booking your Car Rental could not be more simple, we have an easy to navigate website that is safe and secure and you can obtain a quote in moments.
Hungary - Did You Know?
- Hungary is a landlocked country and is bordered by Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Austria.
- Hungary is a popular tourist destination and attracts around 9 million tourists per year.
- The currency in Hungary is the Forint (HUF).
- One of Hungary's most well known dishes is the goulash which is a stew of meat and vegetables seasoned with spices, mainly paprika.
- The Rubik's Cube was invented by a Hungarian, Erno Rubik.
Car Rental Hungary - In Brief
Hungary is a country full of superlatives ? the largest lake in central Europe, the largest synagogue in Europe and the largest natural grassland in Europe. Hiring a car in Hungary is the best way to see these wonderful sights at your own pace. We have car rental offices in Hungary?s capital Budapest, Ferihegy airport, Lake Balaton and Debrecen among other locations so you have a wide variety of pick up points to choose from. Our rental rates include insurance, collision damage waiver, theft waiver, taxed and unlimited mileage. We also include complimentary breakdown assistamce so if you encounter any problem we will get you back on the road as quickly as possible.
Hungary Mini Guide
Hungary is a country in Central Europe and its capital city is Budapest. The weather is widely variable with very cold winters and summers which can reach almost 40 degrees Celsius.
Hungary is one of the 24 European Union counties that has signed up to the Schengen Agreement, which permits free movement between member states without having to pass through passport control. Croatians can enter the country by showing their identity card while citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Venezuela and New Zealand are free to enter without a visa. The usual length of stay is 90 days without any additional permit.
If you are driving to Hungary but are not from a Schengen country be warned that there can be massive queues with very long waiting times. Hungary's international airports are Budapest Ferihegy Airport in Budapest, Airport Debrecen in Debrecen and FlyBalaton Airport in S?rmellék. Rental Cars Europe car rental has representatives in each of these airports who can get you set up with the right vehicle for your journey. Hiring a car is very necessary if you want to travel around the country as there are presently no domestic flights within Hungary.
The Hungarian national airline is Malév, otherwise known as Hungarian Airlines. If you are looking for a budget option, several low cost carriers fly to Budapest including easyJet, Germanwings, SkyEurope, Ryanair, and Wizzair. If you are planning to drive through the border crossing make sure your papers are in order as the guards are very strict and will not hesitate to do a full search of your car.
Most of Hungary?s two lane roads are in reasonable shape and operate on the toll system. The maximum speed limit is only 90 kilometres per hour so take care not to speed. Also Hungarian law requires you to drive with headlights on at all times. Drink driving is treated with zero tolerance.
Among the main highways are the M0 motorway ring around Budapest, the M1 which connects with Gyor, Austria and Slovakia to the west, and the M2 which links to Vac. The M2 is planned to extend to the Slovakian border by 2015.