Discover what makes Hungary both an unusual and unrivalled holiday destination.
Despite being surrounded by Slavs at every corner except Austria, Hungary is both linguistically and culturally distinct from every one of its immediate neighbours. Head to this fascinating country and you will be able to drive alongside the famous Danube River or enjoy a wine tasting session in the amazing Szepasszony Valley.
Being behind the wheel is the best way to see all the gems that Hungary has to offer. By opting to arrange car rental with Economy Car Hire though, you will receive such additional benefits as breakdown assistance and the guarantee of unlimited mileage. Don’t forget that an additional driver is complimentary too.
Economy Car Hire will never be far away, no matter where you are planning to base your holiday to Hungary. The airports we cover in the country includes:
Budapest Airport – Hungary’s capital, Budapest, is both elegant and stylish in design and full of character and bustling activity. Split between the more traditional Buda district on the west of the Danube River and the commercial haven that is Pest to the east, this is a city that just keeps on giving.
Balaton Airport – Nature fans need to pay Balaton a visit. This is because the resort is home to the magnificent Lake Balaton – the largest body of fresh water in Central Europe. The caves of Aggtelek in the Aggtelek National Park is also well worth a walk around.
Gyor Airport – Although considerably smaller than Budapest, Gyor is a glorious sightseeing destination thanks to its historical buildings and eye-catching architecture. The Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma is also only a 20km drive away from the city centre and is still standing despite being 1,000 years old.
Our in-depth Hungary travel guide is a great way to start planning your trip to this amazing Central European country, while our guide to driving in Hungary is an essential read to ensure you are not caught out on the nation’s roads. You may also like to read our guide to Skiing in Hungary or our Hungary etiquette guide.