With the Hungaroring track situated just outside of Budapest, the Hungarian Grand Prix gives you the perfect opportunity to explore the ‘Paris of Central Europe.’ Also dubbed ‘the Queen of the Danube,’ Budapest is adorned with beautiful architecture, ornate bridges, and a rich culture. Budapest is home to enough sights to keep you busy for an extended stay. Highlights include the Hungarian National Gallery, which is situated in the wings of the Royal Palace, the Lukacs Thermal Baths, Heroes Square and Castle Hill, situated on the Buda side of the Danube. If you want to escape the city, head south to Lake Balaton, where you can take boat rides or go fishing. The countryside surrounding the lake is widely regarded as one of the best wine-growing regions in the country. If you are in Budapest for the Hungarian Grand Prix and want the full motor racing experience, take a spin around the Hungaroring circuit, which holds track days throughout the year for both cars and motorbikes.


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