Hungaroring, Mogyorod

Watch cars, go-karts, and off-road vehicles race at the famed Hungaroring. The 3.2 km (2 mi) track loops around a shallow valley, which offers a great view from the stands set in the surrounding hills. Book a "race taxi" to take a spin riding shotgun around the track, or, if you are aching to get behind the wheel, sign up for a full day of training and driving. Purchase tickets online for one, two, or three days of racing. A row of booths selling snacks, drinks, and local goods is located near the stands, so leave time to wander. Put Hungaroring and other Mogyorod attractions into our Mogyorod tour itinerary site , and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Easily accessible, accessible by car and taxi. Many nationalities. Many stands. Unfortunately at general admissions no screens.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Visited the Hungarian Formula 1 with a group of friends and it was a so so experience. Tickets are overpriced, the taxi drivers fleece you whilst the scorcing heat made it a place not worth visiting a...  more »
  • August 14, 2017
    To purchase tickets in advance, I attended a Thursday, Friday, Saturday and days and days. Directed and bought large bottles of water because it was a very hot weekend, I have a stash at the front door, and was discarded. But the people who come from the camping area at the back entrance has a large plastic bottles seems to be allowed, how to say what security system do not know. Can I get free bus ticket, go out from the city of Budapest. Tickets are not the way to go by taxi or train. Tickets can be bought at Ungaro link was like. Come pay in euro food, drinks and change of the euro is almost without change of the euro comes HUF change. This rate is very bad since euro bills as 10 or 20 euros provided it is safe. Final flooding is not unusual, toilet also buy meals are large matrices. An extraordinary way back from after the race because there are none at all anyway, say guests guided service as of was crowded. After the race we were near a final corner seats, but the front door took it more than an hour. Worth the wait for bus, taxi and go to NYC. In addition, would have courage for that portable toilets to people used to a nice toilet. Wash your hands. Contains a wet tissue. Sunday crowds is abnormal but not otherwise crowded on the Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Be prepared (lol) go. Recommended restaurants at the bus stop before going to the Budapest from Ungaro link if you have time (non-euro). We were fed up with paprika taste Hungary dishes everywhere in a very simple dish was even touched. Mixed pickle dish of Japan with and very helpful.
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  • March 7, 2017
    Brilliant venue get a grandstand seat to stay out of the rain or shade from the blistering sun. Best value circuit for F1. Excellent.
  • June 23, 2017
    DTM, TCR...Super competition.
  • July 11, 2017
    Friendly staff and had lots of fun!
  • August 15, 2016
    Really great atmosphere, silver 3 grandstand is amazing due to view of about half the track! Not a lot of shelter during the thunderstorms and the food is rather expensive - cost about 3x as much for a bottle of water than in Budapest itself. Plus don't expect much of a commentary as it is done in 3 languages for the f1 race so make sure you can see a tv. Other than that, nice to walk around, great atmosphere and fantastic place to see f1race
  • July 26, 2016
    Since the last 20 yrs not really a visible investment on it, service level is like back in the middle of XIX. century. For the price you got some parking in the hillside if there was a rain you can stuck in the mud. The road around the track is oneway only with holes on it where cars can easily crack. Entrances still just a few security is very low level and slow so expect large cues without organizing to get some fresh air. Inside foods extremely expensive and the lowest quality without hygiene at all. Toilets are usually dropped in toilets without paper or water with very limited numbers.

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