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Hungaroring, Mogyorod

Categories: Tourist Spots, Auto Race Tracks
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4.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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. To visit Hungaroring and other attractions in Mogyorod, use our Mogyorod tourist route planner.
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  • Bit of a trek from the city, 2 metros and train followed by 30 minute walk, but well rewarded with a sunny day and great atmosphere. The icing on the cake was that we just happened to be at the right ...  read more »
  • This racing track is half an hour drive from Budapest. It was opened 30 years ago, and signs of decay are showing. Still, it's a great sports venue, just needs to be a bit refurbished. F1 grand prix r...  read more »
  • A great formula 1 weekend. The Hungaroring is a half-hour bus ride from the city centre of Budapest (a metro station named Arpad Hid). The bus is free of charge for all have, but you can take a taxi, train or if you can achieve really special feeling, a helicopter transfer! The track is great. The staff is helpful. You have lots of free parking and convenient parking (€10 per day). Great race in July 2015. Vettel is super!
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  • Just come back from the GP. Sat in gold A stand great being able to watch the grid and start. Food and drink were easy to buy, lots of variety and no queues unlike Spa last year.
  • If you've got a general admission ticket, you're better off throwing it away and watching the race on your neighbour's TV with binoculars. You'll see just as much (if not more), and won't need to suffer with public transport.
  • Been there 3 times,great race
  • I went to see the Hungarian GP in 2003, coming from to driving a to it with a car coming from lake Balaton. I would advise you to approach the place via M0 then follow the traffic info signs, Great place for motorsport lovers, even if you don't have the funds to buy a seat at one of the tribunes the general admission areas are as good as the tribunes, great views, old ish facility but that is not necessarily bad, quite the contrary its well built and easy to navigate to and within.
  • Absolutlly amazing
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