What are the most spectacular roads in Hungary?

Located in the central part of Europe, and as there are no big mountains, Hungary is largely composed of flat to rolling plains, if you want to experience a high mountain road in Hungary you’ll need to drive to Mount Kekes, Hungary's highest road, that climbs up to 1.026m (3,366ft) above sea level in Heves County.

When travelling to Hungary you’ll find countless options to drive across the country and discover its landscape. Don't miss Ranga László Way, a sensational road, located in the southern part of the country, near the border with Croatia. The road was named after the famous rally legend László Ranga, who was born in the city of Pécs.

If you prefer a curvy drive, the winding road from Szentendre to Visegrád must be on your list. Located in Pest County, near the capital of the country, this road will test your driving skills while it offers views of the Danube.

Mount Kékes is a mountain peak at an elevation of 1.026m (3,366ft) above sea level, located in Heves County, in Hungary. It’s the highest paved road of the country.

Located in Pest County, north of the capital, Budapest, the curvy road from Szentendre to Visegrád is pretty challenging.

Ranga László Way is a very scenic drive located in southern Hungary, close to the Croatian border.

Located on the boundary of Komárom-Esztergom and Pest counties, in northern Hungary, Dobogókő is a popular tourist area.

The paved road from Komló to Pécs, through Mánfa is an enjoyable drive located in southern Hungary, close to the Croatian border.