Visit Lake Balaton, the largest lake in Central Europe before heading up into the Zemplén Mountains. Explore the Bükk National Park, drive alongside the famous Danube River, or enjoy a Tokaji wine tasting session in the north east of the country. If you prefer, there are 21 other wine producing regions to explore!
Book with Zest Car Rental
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to hiring a car in Hungary. We believe in making the booking process as simple and hassle-free as possible. We don’t want you to have to worry about the small print because we’d rather you looked forward to your holiday. Also, we know plans can change so we don’t charge any amendment or credit card fees.
We only work with carefully selected and trusted car hire providers in Hungary who care about you as much as we do. We’ve won awards for our approach to customer service and that is why our UK based head office is open 6 days a week, past ‘normal’ working hours. We also operate a 24/7 emergency phone service to help with any problems you may have when you’re on the road.
For those rare occasions when the unexpected happens, we give you total peace of mind with breakdown assistance throughout Hungary as well as offering top-up insurance to ensure you’re completely covered.
Getting to Hungary
Zest is never far away, no matter where in Hungary you’re travelling to. The airports we cover include:
Budapest Airport – Hungary’s capital, Budapest, is both elegant and stylish in design and full of character and bustling activity. Split between the more traditional Buda district on the west of the Danube River and the commercial haven that is Pest to the east, this is a city that just keeps on giving.
Balaton Airport – Nature fans need to pay Balaton a visit. This is because the resort is home to the magnificent Lake Balaton – the largest body of fresh water in Central Europe. The caves of Aggtelek in the Aggtelek National Park are also well worth a visit.
Gyor Airport – Although considerably smaller than Budapest, Gyor is a glorious town to visit thanks to its historical buildings and eye-catching architecture. The 1,000 year old Benedictine Archabbey of Pannonhalma is also only a 20km drive away from the city centre.