Petroni is a known and well-regarded brand in Europe, operating in multiple countries with a fleet of motorhomes and campers that are ready for adventure throughout the region. The fact that Petroni operates across Hungary, Croatia, and Slovenia means it is easy to organise a one-way motorhome road trip through eastern Europe.


Why book a motorhome rental in Hungary with Petroni?

Petroni’s multiple depots across eastern Europe make it a good option for motorhome rental in Hungary. The company also has a variety of features and benefits that may appeal:


  • Smaller campers are between three and six years of age.

  • Larger campers are less than two years old.

  • Discounts are usually available for longer rental periods.

  • A range of models is available for compact or spacious travel.


The Petroni RV rental fleet

There are four motorhome and campervan options to choose from when booking a rental with Petroni in Hungary. Remember that even if there are just two of you, it may make sense to book a larger camper with plenty of room to spread out on longer journeys.


  • Four-berth campervan: The four-berth camper is a large van equipped with a generator, shower and toilet, as well as a fridge/freezer and a cooktop.

  • Six-berth motorhome: Typically a Ford Transit, the six-berth motorhomes from Petroni features a fridge/freezer, cooktop, shower, toilet, and aircon in the driver’s cab.

  • Seven-berth motorhome: Usually a Renault Master, the seven-berth RV is a large motorhome with basics such as a fridge/cooler, cooktop, shower and toilet.

  • Eight-berth motorhome: The large eight-berth motorhome is usually a Renault Master, and is equipped with a toilet, shower, sink, cooktop, and fridge and cooler. It measures 7.4 metres total and is typically a new model.


Petroni’s motorhome pick-up locations in Hungary

Most of Petroni’s pick up locations are situated in Croatia; the one depot in Hungary is in Budapest.

When you pick up your rental in the capital, you’ll be able to visit the city’s top attractions such as the Hungarian Parliament building, Buda Castle, and the Fisherman’s Bastion before heading out to explore the country.

Keep in mind that Hungary is relatively small and Budapest is very central, so you can easily visit all the places you want to see either by circling around in a big loop, or using Budapest as your base and taking short trips from there.


Hungary motorhome holiday inspiration

While the capital is undoubtedly fantastic, there’s plenty more to do around Hungary than touring the city. Take a peek at some of the best attractions in the country to start planning your motorhome itinerary.


  • Lake Balaton is less than two hours from Budapest and is a favourite amongst locals and travellers for its gorgeous towns and villages around the shoreline, water sports, and swimming on summer days.

  • Lake Heviz is situated at the western end of Lake Balaton, but is worth a visit of its own due to its natural hot pools. It is Europe’s largest thermal lake, and is extremely popular for spending an afternoon relaxing in the spas.

  • Hortobagy National Park is the largest protected area in Hungary. It’s roughly 2.5 hours from Budapest and is known for its nine-holed bridge, dark-sky preserve, and many bird species, including cranes which visit during their annual migration.

  • Aggtelek National Park is a special area in the north of Hungary less than three hours from Budapest. Here, head underground to explore the amazing limestone cave formations - there are 280 caves in the park and you can take a tour to see them and learn about their history.


Start your Hungarian adventure with a Petroni campervan rental!