Hungarian F1 Grand Prix
Event Information Page ; for this Event we offer ;
Race Tickets ; General Admission, Grandstands and Circuit Hospitality
Escorted Travel Packages
• Extended Holiday Coach Tour
• Escorted Tours with Hotel, Airport and Circuit Transfers
• Hotel with Circuit Transfers
• Budapest Center Hotels
• 'Roman Shore' Hotel on the banks of the Danube
• Flights : we offer a Free 'Find a Flight' Service when booking our Travel Packages
Thursday evening we offer you the opportunity to meet your 'Select Travel Team' and other F1 Travellers while relaxing in the hotel bar.
We present you with your Grand Prix Travel Pack containing Event Information, Race Tickets and 'Paddock News' update
• Capital City : Budapest
• Official Language : Hungarian [ English is NOT Widely Spoken ]
• Currency : Forint (HUF)
• Time Zone : GMT + 1 hour then + 2 for summer time
• Main Airport Code : BUD
• STD Code : 36
• Emergency Services : 112 emergency services
• Visa : EU/British Passport Holders
Require a full passport which must be valid for 6 months after departure.
• Travel Advice - CLICK HERE
UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) for Travel Advice call 0845 850 289 or view online,
www.fco.gov.uk - CLICK HERE
• Thursday Excursion ; Circuit / Pit Lane Walkabout [ GP ticket required ]
• Visit picturesque Szentendre (a traditional Village )
• Visit the Circuit for our Thursday Pit Lane walk about
• Visit the Citadel and see Budapest by Night
• Optional Hungarian Night - PDF click here
Hotel Information - for full details click on the link above
• Budapest Center 4* Hotel close to the Opera House and just a few minutes walk from Elisabeth Bridge.
• 'Roman Shore' Tour Hotel on the banks of the Danube with Swimming Pool.
Budapest Sights: See Elisabeth Bridge, the City castle, the Royal Palace, Matthias Church (once a Mosque under Turkish rule) Hero's Square, Citadella and the Gothic Houses of Parliament which are modelled on the British Westminster Parliament.
This fascinating City once the Capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire with it's turn of the century coffee houses and bars makes this a place to explore.
Its post 2nd World War history was hidden from view behind the Iron Curtain and you will find many Museums and Galleries dedicated to this.
The River Danube runs through the centre splitting it into the Pest on one side and the Buda on the other.