The Hungarian Grand Prix is filled with dramatic racing in the midst of a spectacular atmosphere, which doesn´t stop at the circuit. With a celebratory vibe spreading through the entire city, discover all the information you need for a fabulous experience.
A challenging circuit that is relished by drivers, the tight and twisty layout of the Hungaroring demands drivers to be at the top of their game. Join other fans in the adrenaline that is witnessing drivers fight to get ahead.
2146 Mogyorod Pf. 10, Hungaroring Sport Rt, Hungary
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From northwest Europe: the M1 motorway from Vienna and Bratislava enters Hungary just before the city of Györ and continues on to the Hungarian capital. The main route from Croatia in the southwest follows the south shore of Lake Balaton to become the M7 motorway that leads to Budapest. The M5 motorway leads south from Budapest to Szeged, from where there are nearby border crossings to both Serbia and Romania.
There are free buses offered by the organisers of the race and you can take them from the Volánbusz bus station.
The metro line 2 to Örs Vezér Tere station and a switch to the train to the Hungaroring station will also bring you to the circuit.
A taxi ride is a more convenient way and it will cost around 40EUR*.
* Prices are indicative and therefore, may vary. Please check the corresponding websites for the latest information.
VIP Packages: Enjoy the race with the F1 Fan Lounge package where you have access to fantastic food and an open bar in an air-conditioned lounge.
Grandstand Tickets: Allow the thrill and atmosphere to mesmerise you from Grandstands Super Gold, Gold and Silver.
Child Tickets: Special child prices are only applicable for children aged between 0 and 14 years old, and are not valid for hospitality packages.
Parking Tickets: Parking tickets are available in the Super Gold parking area (subject to availability).
A visit to Budapest is a must when you're in Hungary, and this city touted as the “Paris of the East” has plenty of excitement waiting for you outside the Grand Prix. Soak up the atmosphere and indulge in the myriad of activities that will no doubt leave you wanting more. We recommend the following:
Food & Beverage
- Must-try: Goulash (the national dish) - with a texture in between soup and stew, this dish is made with beef, vegetables and paprika.
- Lángos (a traditional favourite): fried bread topped with sour cream and cheese.
- Somlói Galuska (famous dessert): 3 types of cakes (plain, walnut & chocolate) served with whipped cream, dark chocolate sauce, raisins and walnuts.
- Noszaltagia Restaurant: Traditional Hungarian cuisine served on a table with the typical chequered table cloth.
- Solier Cafe: A restaurant and confectionery offering local delights.
- Csikvolgyi Pipa Csarda: Hungarian specialties in a classic inn
- Traditional thermal baths and medicinal water springs
- Váci Street for shopping and cafes
- The historic Castle Hill
- Danube river cruise for views of the two sides of the city