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Due to recent measures taken by governments to tackle Covid-19, visitors will be required to present Health Declarations, Medical Declarations, or Self-Declarations Health Form for entry Hungary. iVisa.com, in its effort to help all customers fulfill their travel dreams, designed these required documents for you to travel safely.

Required Documents to Apply

Important Instructions

  • Only complete this form if you are planning to travel within the next 3 months. Requests to travel outside of 3 months will not be considered. Check the website regularly as travel restrictions are subject to change.

  • All travelers arriving in Hungary must undertake a mandatory 14-day quarantine at designated facilities in their port of arrival.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hungary is one of the most outstanding countries in Europe for its capital, Budapest, and also for its thermal spas, its medieval castles, and Lake Balaton. This country is located in Central Europe and borders other Slavic countries such as Romania and Ukraine. Hungary is a unitary state, divided into 19 counties and also 23 towns with county rights. However, Budapest is detached from any county government. When you plan a trip to Hungary, you have to consider that its geography is divided by two main waterways: the Danube and the Tisza. These rivers also divide the country into three sections identified as Dunántúl or Transdanubia, Tiszántúl, and Duna-Tisza köze. The first section is quite popular thanks to its beautiful scenery with the Alps and also with the green hills surrounding a lot of Mountains. Another thing that’s quite distinctive in Hungary is that it has the world’s largest thermal water cave system, and it also has the second largest thermal lake known as “Hévíz” in Hungarian. Talking about Lakes, you shouldn’t forget to visit Lake Balaton when traveling to Hungary because it is the largest lake in Central Europe. You can also explore another amazing wonderland, which is The Great Hungarian Plain or “Alföld”, Europe’s largest natural grasslands. In case you decide to explore Lake Balaton, you should know that it can show different colors for each season, which is why it can be something quite attractive at any time of the year. But aside from the Lake, the Balaton area can be very interesting. It has volcanic mountains that rise above the turquoise water, and you can get easily lost with the beauty of the Mediterranean landscape, especially with the sunsets and the white press-houses. Hungary has a thousand-year history that can be exciting when you explore its castles and palaces. Buda Castle is an example of it since it was built in the XIV century and it’s surrounded by different houses with medieval style. This castle is the most representative building in Budapest, and it’s been one of the most visited destinations in Europe for many years. Another great example of the stunning architecture in Hungary is the Hungarian Parliament Building or the Parliament of Budapest, which has a notorious Gothic Revival style mixed with Renaissance Revival architecture. If you keep your trip at least 30 kilometers from Budapest, then you’ll be able to enjoy the family-friendly Grassalkovich Castle in Gödöllő. This area is perfect to take a pleasant walk in the park or to learn more about its interiors and the Baroque theatre, which is considered a true European rarity. Near the Danube riverbank, you can also explore the Halászbástya or Fisherman's Bastion, a neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque building. It has seven towers that represent the seven Magyar tribes that settled in the Carpathian basin in 896. It has that name thanks to the group of fishermen who defended these walls in the Middle Ages. If you prefer to explore something more natural or you prefer to taste good wine, then Tokaj and its surroundings might be your ideal point. The King Louis XV of Frances called the Aszú wine of Tokaj “Wine of Kings, King of Wines”, so you can get an idea of the delicious flavor of this wine with that phrase. This region is located North-East Hungary, and it’s an excellent option to chill a little and forget about urban city life. Aside from the century-old wineries, you can also go trekking or hiking in the wilderness of the Zemplén Mountains. In this region, you’ll surely find rock climbing spots, more ancient castles a nature trails, so as you can see, it’s a must for activities full of adrenaline or on the contrary, full of relaxation. Keep in mind that the Aszú wine of Tokaj is considered one of the best wines in the world and the region of Tokaj is one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. It’s not only because of its wine but also because it has volcanic soil, a unique microclimate, and beautiful sloping. When Autumn comes, the mist above Bodrog and Tisza rivers become something incredible to see, especially with the surrounding areas full of fallen leaves. You should also know that many of the wineries and wine cellars are open to tourists, so you can explore them by yourself or you can plan professional guidance. If you’re lucky enough, you could even have the proprietor of any of the wineries as your professional guide! And the best thing about it is that you can explore on foot or even by bicycle. If you get hungry while taking the tour, remember that you can always enjoy wine dinners and picnics in the area, which is something unique when you have an amazing view of the Hungarian mountains. You can take a lot of souvenirs in the Tokaj-Hegyalja Market, which is a nice local treasure that’s always full of amazing products made by local artisans. If food is your thing, then you’ll be happy to know that Hungary has been increasing gastronomic tourism a lot in recent years. There are many restaurants, bistros, and street food corners that you can find not only in the capital city (Budapest) but also in other important regions in the country. Aside from the good wine, Hungary has other delicious things to offer. You can taste authentic Hungarian plates like the “halászlé”, which is a fish soup spiced with paprika, or you can taste stuffed cabbage with sour cream known as “töltött káposzta”. Another plate you shouldn’t forget to taste is the “kürtőskalács”, a special chimney cake that you can find a lot on the streets of Budapest. Note that in this city you can find six Michelin star restaurants which are: Onyx, *Costes, Costes Downtown, Borkonyha, Babel, and Stand. All of them offer amazing food presented in a delicate and fine way.
If after eating and having an afternoon out in the mountains, you prefer to spend your remaining days of travel on something even more relaxing, then you can enjoy the
Széchenyi Baths of Budapest. These are the largest medicinal thermal baths in Europe, which have two sources of thermal waters with temperatures of 74 ° F and 77 ° F. As you can see, it’s difficult to get bored in Hungary, as it has many activities for every taste. Still, don't forget that you must have your travel documents on hand before entering the airport. One of the documents that you cannot forget is the Hungary Health Declaration, which is usually important to guarantee both your health and that of other tourists. This document has been very useful in situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic to avoid increasing contagion. But beyond contagious diseases, it is usually useful in other risk situations such as natural disasters. You can apply for your Health Declaration with iVisa.com** at any time and from anywhere. This way, you can be ready for your trip without stress.

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