Car Hire Hungary

Starting from
£28 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at Hungary


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Car Hire Hungary

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Hertz in Hungary

Home to the largest lake in Central Europe, Lake Balaton, and with a tourism industry that regularly brings in excess of ten million visitors a year, Hungary has much to offer anyone who pays a visit. Car hire in Hungary is by far the most convenient way to travel, and will reward drivers with some wondrous views as they navigate between regions.

With national parks dotted around the country, as well as the chance to see the bustling capital of Budapest, hiring a car in Hungary is the easiest way to make sure you don't miss out on any of its splendid features.

With several places in Hungary on the UNESCO World Heritage list, there's plenty for fans of natural history to enjoy. With the village of Aggtelek in the north of the country boasting a network of beautiful caves, and the glorious Medieval Castle District found in capital city Budapest, hiring a car in Hungary means you'll get the chance to see some amazing sights on your travels.

There's no more inspirational sight than the banks of the Danube; car hire in Hungary can be easily arranged whether you're planning to see it wind through big cities or in rural regions. With world-famous cuisine and a range of great events throughout the year, Hungary is a must.

Hungary experiences some strong weather during the winter months so it is important to ensure your car is properly prepared for the colder weather. You must also use dipped headlights at all times of the day outside of built-up areas, and only use your horn in an emergency in these same built-up areas. Use of full-beams in built-up areas is prohibited at night time.

The roads are generally in good condition but be extra cautious as road repairs are always ongoing in one place or another.