Sites in Hungary

Hungary is a great place to explore in your caravan or motorhome – it may be small but it’s packed full of culture and offers up an interesting mix of dishes.

Budapest is the capital and should be a definite stop on your travels. After tackling the city on foot, be sure to relax in one of the many hot springs dotted about. Don’t forget the UNESCO World Heritage sites; Buda Castle District and the banks of the Danube.

If you’re feeling active, head to Lake Balaton – Europe’s largest and shallowest body of water. The choice of water and land-based activities are overwhelming.

We recommend that you book a stay at the following caravan sites in Hungary – all have been inspected by us – so you can expect high standards.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Nearby countries

At a glance

When to go: summer
Don’t miss: Buda Castle
Motorway speed limit: 50mph (caravan) 81mph (motorhome under 3.5t) 50mph (motorhome over 3.5t)
Driving tip: Eltavosaz is the word for exit

Top questions

How do I book an overseas site?

Overseas site bookings can be made online or by phoning 01342 316 101. Discounts are common when you combine a site booking with your ferry.

Does the Club take deposits for overseas bookings?

You can choose to pay a £75 deposit on campsite bookings, if your departure date is over eight weeks away. The outstanding balance must be cleared eight weeks before travel.

Is the standard of overseas sites similar to that of the UK?

European sites are star-rated by local authorities and will have different standards and regulations to the UK. The Club's site inspectors ensure they are of a high standard for our members.

How do I purchase Camping Cheques?

A minimum of seven Camping Cheques must be bought along with a ferry crossing as a package. You can purchase your cheques and ferry online via The Club website or by calling the Travel Team on 01342 316 101.

This is my first visit abroad with my caravan/motorhome. How can the Club help?

The Club's first time abroad section explains everything you need to know about going on your first overseas touring holiday.

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