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Parking used to be free of charge in Budapest, but during the past years, the entire city center and some of the outer areas became so called parking zones, where a parking fee is required. Cons are obvious: having to pay for parking and a limited number of parking places. Especially near the pedestrian areas, it is sometimes very difficult to find a free place. There are pros as well: cars don't park on the sidewalk as they used to do and there are less cars in the city center.

Tariff varies according to location, the innermost areas being the most expensive. The rate near the pedestrian zones is around 1 EURO/hour. Outer areas are around 0,5 EURO/hour. The vending machine only takes coins. You must pay from Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day. Always purchase a parking ticket as the parking controllers patrol the area very frequently, you are sure to get fined if you don't have a ticket. There are very few underground parking houses in the city center, and parking lots built on the land of demolished houses are also evaporating as more and more new apartment complexes are built in Budapest.

Those who are staying in hotels outside of the city center, we recommend parking the car near a metro station and taking public transportation to the center. | Contact us

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