Car Rental in Budapest, Hungary

Car Rental in Budapest, Hungary


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Pick up a car rental in Budapest and get ready to start exploring Hungary's enchanting capital city. Be sure to put aside a day to absorb the excellent atmosphere and beautiful sites of the Castle Hill district and a trip to Fisherman's Bastion, which will reward you with a fabulous view of the capital. Choose a cheap car rental in Budapest and have more to spend on sightseeing. Don’t miss Dohány Street Synagogue, the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, the Matthias Church and the chance to enjoy a meal on the banks of the Danube River.

Rent a car in Budapest to discover some of the less well known wonders in the area, such as the presidential Grassalkovich Palace in Gödöllő or the beautiful Palace Museum in Nagytétény. With a vacation car rental, planning your perfect travel itinerary is easy.

Book your Budapest car rental online and look forward to a great start to your trip.

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Looking for a small or medium economy car rental or something a little larger to fit all the family? At Europcar Hungary, we have a great range of new and comfortable rental cars to choose from. Browse our fleet range now and rent a car online today.

Relax in Budapest's Baths

Budapest is often called The City of Baths and when you look at its gorgeous Turkish baths and spas (all fed by natural thermal springs), it's easy to see why. Pick up a Budapest car rental and unwind at traditional baths like Rudas, Veli Bej or Király.

Explore Castle Hill

Spend a day exploring Buda Castle Hill for a fascinating look at some of the city's most treasured historic artefacts and some stunning views of Budapest. Take the Funicular from Chain Bridge, visit the castle itself, stop off in one of the welcoming restaurants and wander among the eighteenth-century Baroque houses.