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Budapest is the most remote of the European F1 races for fans from Western Europe. But it is also very accessible. Budapest is a local transport hub, with motorways converging from all over Eastern Europe, including the Balkan Peninsula.

Here are approximate travel times from nearby European capitals. The motorway network is of good quality, with a sufficient network of petrol stations and rest areas. However, it is necessary to get a vignette. See other traffic regulations. See also the parking options at the Hungaroring.

Vienna

The journey from Vienna is not complicated at all. The route goes via the A4 and M1 motorways, which will take you close to the city of Budapest. If you live in Budapest, the journey will take you 2.5 hours. If you plan to go directly to the ring road, the journey will take you just over 3 hours.

Bratislava

From Bratislava, take the M1 and M3 motorways. The journey will take about 2 hours, and you will be there. Drive through Budapest and take the Mogyoród exit, which will take you directly to the Hungaroring.

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