Hungary Grand Prix

Circuit of Hungaroring, Hungary

19 – 21 July 2024

The Hungaroring is the first circuit to have hosted a Formula 1 Grand Prix on the ‘other side of the Iron Curtain’. Indeed, in the early 80’s, Bernie Ecclestone had tried to organise a Grand Prix in the USSR. After failing to do so, he settled for Hungary and the Hungaroring was built. The Hungarian Grand Prix has now been on the calendar since 1986, establishing itself as one of Formula 1’s most famous venues. Famous for its technically demanding layout, the Hungaroring is a tough and narrow circuit just outside the charming city of Budapest. Scroll down below to find more information about the event, accommodation​ or buy your Hungarian F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season. 

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Budapest is the capital of Hungary and the most popular, with a rich architectural and historical heritage. It has a highly developed cultural scene with world-class festivals, museums, theatres, urban arts and thermal spas. Take a stroll  along the Danube walkway and promenade which is a great way to see many of the most famous sights, Buda castle, Liberty Statue or take a river cruise to relax. Stroll through the fantastic flea market, the historic wine cellars underneath the castle is a must to taste. This is a fascinating city worth exploring.

Booking your accommodation in Budapest in Hungary is a click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

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Nearest Airport

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) is 16km’s South East of the city center.  You could also fly into cities which are only a few hours from Budapest such as Vienna or Bratislava.  There are numerous ways to get from the airport to the city.  You can take the 100E or 200E bus, there is plentiful taxis that could take you to the city, there is the minibus which offers affordable door-to-door services from the airport and then the popular way to travel is by train.  Trains depart on a regular schedule and does not cost too much.
 
 
 

Coach & Bus

As long as you have a valid ticket, you can get on the free buses to the circuit from central Budapest on Grand Prix weekend that the organsizers have arranged.  The buses leave from Ors Vezer tere, the same place as trains below.

Taxi

The most effective way to get to the track is via taxi, which only takes 30-40 minutes from central Budapest but can be quite expensive.

Train

The city is well connected to Europe’s extensive rail network and you can book online via the Hungarian rail company to get you around the city.  To get to the circuit you can take the metro/train to the Hungaroring will take anywhere from 60-90 minutes, depending on where you stay in the city.

  • Take the metro to the last station on the eastern end of the red metro line (M2), Örs vezér tere. If you are staying near a station on one of the other metro lines (M1 or M3), you will have to change for an eastern-bound M2 train at the main central interchange station, Deák Ferenc tér. It’s only 6 stops from Deák Ferenc tér to Örs vezér tere which should take around 15 minutes.
  • Once you have reached the end of the M2 line at Örs vezér tere, exit the station and cross to the opposite corner of the intersection (via an underpass), where you will find a small suburban train stop. A ticket office is nearby and there is also a large shopping center (a good place to stock up on water and snacks). Trains only go in one direction from here, as it’s the end of the line – you need the train in the direction of Gödöllő. Tickets cost 250 HUF each way (less than 1) and trains run regularly on Grand Prix weekend. You can purchase your ticket before you get on the train or buy from the conductor after you have set off. Get off at the Kerepes HÉV station to use a free shuttle bus to Gate 3 at the Hungaroring. Be patient if you are using the train to get home on Sunday after the race; the trains can become very overcrowded at peak times.

Metro and getting around

The metro is a great way to get around the city, and there are also trams, trolley buses and regular buses. If you are planning on using a lot of public transport when you are in town, it makes sense to purchase a travel card which is valid for either 24, 48 or 72 hours.  You can purchase these cards at the ticket stations.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

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Hungary Grand Prix

Circuit of Hungaroring, Hungary

19 – 21 July 2024

The Hungaroring is the first circuit to have hosted a Formula 1 Grand Prix on the ‘other side of the Iron Curtain’. Indeed, in the early 80’s, Bernie Ecclestone had tried to organise a Grand Prix in the USSR. After failing to do so, he settled for Hungary and the Hungaroring was built. The Hungarian Grand Prix has now been on the calendar since 1986, establishing itself as one of Formula 1’s most famous venues. Famous for its technically demanding layout, the Hungaroring is a tough and narrow circuit just outside the charming city of Budapest. Scroll down below to find more information about the event, accommodation​ or buy your Hungarian F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season. 

Travel Package 

We can tailor make your package upon Request

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Budapest is the capital of Hungary and the most popular, with a rich architectural and historical heritage. It has a highly developed cultural scene with world-class festivals, museums, theatres, urban arts and thermal spas. Take a stroll  along the Danube walkway and promenade which is a great way to see many of the most famous sights, Buda castle, Liberty Statue or take a river cruise to relax. Stroll through the fantastic flea market, the historic wine cellars underneath the castle is a must to taste. This is a fascinating city worth exploring.
 
 
Booking your accommodation in Budapest in Hungary is a click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) is 16km’s South East of the city center.  You could also fly into cities which are only a few hours from Budapest such as Vienna or Bratislava.  There are numerous ways to get from the airport to the city.  You can take the 100E or 200E bus, there is plentiful taxis that could take you to the city, there is the minibus which offers affordable door-to-door services from the airport and then the popular way to travel is by train.  Trains depart on a regular schedule and does not cost too much.
 
 
 

Coach & Bus

As long as you have a valid ticket, you can get on the free buses to the circuit from central Budapest on Grand Prix weekend that the organsizers have arranged.  The buses leave from Ors Vezer tere, the same place as trains below.

Taxi

The most effective way to get to the track is via taxi, which only takes 30-40 minutes from central Budapest but can be quite expensive.

Train

The city is well connected to Europe’s extensive rail network and you can book online via the Hungarian rail company to get you around the city.  To get to the circuit you can take the metro/train to the Hungaroring will take anywhere from 60-90 minutes, depending on where you stay in the city.

  • Take the metro to the last station on the eastern end of the red metro line (M2), Örs vezér tere. If you are staying near a station on one of the other metro lines (M1 or M3), you will have to change for an eastern-bound M2 train at the main central interchange station, Deák Ferenc tér. It’s only 6 stops from Deák Ferenc tér to Örs vezér tere which should take around 15 minutes.
  • Once you have reached the end of the M2 line at Örs vezér tere, exit the station and cross to the opposite corner of the intersection (via an underpass), where you will find a small suburban train stop. A ticket office is nearby and there is also a large shopping center (a good place to stock up on water and snacks). Trains only go in one direction from here, as it’s the end of the line – you need the train in the direction of Gödöllő. Tickets cost 250 HUF each way (less than 1) and trains run regularly on Grand Prix weekend. You can purchase your ticket before you get on the train or buy from the conductor after you have set off. Get off at the Kerepes HÉV station to use a free shuttle bus to Gate 3 at the Hungaroring. Be patient if you are using the train to get home on Sunday after the race; the trains can become very overcrowded at peak times.

Metro and getting around

The metro is a great way to get around the city, and there are also trams, trolley buses and regular buses. If you are planning on using a lot of public transport when you are in town, it makes sense to purchase a travel card which is valid for either 24, 48 or 72 hours.  You can purchase these cards at the ticket stations.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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