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Send a Parcel To Hungary Fast - DHL Courier Delivery

  • Send a parcel to Hungary from £22.95 in 1 working day
  • Send letters, documents & parcels up to 25kg when dropping off, and up to 100kg when booking a courier collection
  • Real-time tracked & door-to-door delivery
  • Book a courier collection online or by calling DHL Customer Service - you’ll need to print parcel labels and customs documents; weigh and measure your own packaging
  • Pre 09:00, pre 12:00, and insurance services are available when booking a collection online or by phone  
  • Drop off at over 1,200 locations across the UK
  • No need to weigh, measure or print when dropping off your parcel and prices are determined by the size of the free box or envelope you choose and the zone that you’re sending it to


Located in the heart of Central Europe, bordered by seven countries: Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia - Hungary is renowned for its diverse landscapes, rich history, and a unique blend of Eastern and Western cultures. Known for its thermal baths, exquisite architecture, and gastronomy, Hungary is a captivating destination. When sending a parcel to Hungary, it is important to choose a courier service that provides speed, convenience, and security.

Sending a parcel to Hungary is straightforward with DHL Express’s fast and reliable delivery network. As one of the world’s leading courier services, with reach in over 220 countries and territories worldwide, you can trust DHL Express to deliver your package to all the corners of Hungary safely and promptly - from its bustling capital Budapest aka The Pearl of the Danube, to smaller towns and cities like Debrecen, Szeged, Miskolc, Pécs, and Győr. Our promise is unwavering - fast and secure delivery anywhere in Hungary.

With DHL Express, sending a parcel to Hungary can take as little as 1 working day. We offer a door-to-door delivery service ensuring that parcels are signed for upon arrival. You can also track your parcel’s journey for free online or via WhatsApp chat (WhatsApp calls are not supported), all without needing a DHL account.

How do I send a parcel to Hungary?

Choose from three delivery options. If you would like to book a parcel collection, this can be done through our online DHLitNow service or by speaking to Customer Service. Alternatively, if you would prefer to drop off your parcel, you can use a DHL Service Point location. Simply complete your parcel details online, then pack your items into our free packaging provided and pay to send your parcel when in store.


National Holidays 2024*
  • 1 January, Monday – New Year's Day
  • 15 March, Friday – Revolution Day
  • 29 March, Friday – Good Friday
  • 1 April, Monday – Easter Monday
  • 1 May, Wednesday – Labour Day
  • 20 May, Monday – Whit Monday
  • 20 August, Tuesday – State Foundation Day (Saint Stephen’s Day)
  • 23 October, Wednesday – National Day
  • 1 November, Friday – All Saints’ Day
  • 25 December, Wednesday – Christmas Day
  • 26 December, Thursday – 2nd Day of Christmas

* Public holidays in Hungary may affect our estimated transit times.

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Hungary country facts
  • There are three major ecological regions in Hungary. Towards the central and eastern part of the country, you’ll find grasslands known as The Great Hungarian Plains, the Northern Hills mountain range towards the north and the hilly region west of the Danube River known as the Transdanube.
  • The country is also known for its largest lake, Lake Balaton, often referred to as the "Hungarian Sea."
  • Naming your child is complicated in Hungary. If you don’t choose from a list provided by the government you’ll need to fill in an approval form. This is in order to preserve traditional Hungarian names.
  • Hungary boasts a rich cultural history with influences from its Celtic, Roman, Magyar, Ottoman, and Austro-Hungarian past. The country has over 1,000 thermal springs, and "taking the waters" is a popular pastime.
  • Hungary is known for its innovation - it’s the birthplace of the Rubik's cube, invented by Budapest architecture professor, Ernő Rubik. Hungarian-born researcher, Dennis Gabor, invented the hologram and the first functional helicopter was developed by a Hungarian aviation engineer Oszkár Asbóth.
  • The name "Hungary" is believed to originate from the 7th-century tribe called the Onogurs, which translates to "Ten Arrows" in Turkish. The official language, Hungarian, or Magyar, is part of the Finno-Ugric language family, making it one of the few European languages not of Indo-European origin and a tough one to learn.
  • Hungary has a strong tradition in sports, particularly in water sports. The country has won numerous Olympic medals in water polo and swimming. Football is also widely popular.
  • Paprika is a big deal in Hungary – there are eight grades ranging from mild to hot, and two museums dedicated to paprika.

We will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please call us on

0844 248 0828**

Our opening hours are 07:30 - 20:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 14:00 on Saturday.

** Calls to DHL Express UK phone numbers beginning ‘084’ cost 7 pence per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.