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'''Hungary''' is a member state of the [[European Union]] as well as the [[Schengen Agreement]]. Hitchhiking usually (but not without exceptions) is relatively easy in Hungary, especially in rural areas where people are more friendly and helpful. There, even on the roads with almost no traffic you can get a ride in a reasonable time.
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'''Hungary''' is a member state of the [[European Union]] as well as the [[Schengen Agreement]]. Hitchhiking usually (but not without exceptions) is relatively easy in Hungary, especially in rural areas where people are more friendly and helpful. There, even on the roads with almost no traffic you can get a ride in a reasonable time. You can drink Tapwater
  
 
Some people speak English, some speak German. Once you get to rural areas, though, expect to experience a language barrier.
 
Some people speak English, some speak German. Once you get to rural areas, though, expect to experience a language barrier.
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Revision as of 16:18, 6 September 2009

Flag of Hungary Hungary
Information
Language: Hungarian
Capital: Budapest
Population: 10,041,000
Currency: Forint (HUF)
Hitchability: from Average.png (average) to Good.png (good)
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<map lat='47.2' lng='19' zoom='6' view='0' country='Hungary'/>


Arczi hitching in Hungary

Hungary is a member state of the European Union as well as the Schengen Agreement. Hitchhiking usually (but not without exceptions) is relatively easy in Hungary, especially in rural areas where people are more friendly and helpful. There, even on the roads with almost no traffic you can get a ride in a reasonable time. You can drink Tapwater

Some people speak English, some speak German. Once you get to rural areas, though, expect to experience a language barrier.

License plates

Hungarian license plates do not contain any marking about where the car comes from. Typical and most common license plates have three black letters and three black numbers on a white background. Police has plates starting with RB, and the taxi ones are yellow.

Cities

Webpages

An official webpage where you can find up to date info of motorways, and where are petrol stations on them: http://www.autopalya.hu/engine.aspx?page=Map

Phrasebook

For useful phrases while hitchhiking in Hungary see Hungarian phrasebook.



wikipedia:Hungary