Budapest Go-Carts


£40 per person

Go-Carts, go carts, go-karts, go karts? Which is it? In the Queen’s English it’s go-carts, people. Yeah, right – like the queen would so much as say the word go-cart, let alone speed around in one. Queen or no queen, this activity is sure to bring out the competitive side in everyone and makes for a fun afternoon at Budapest’s best gokarting (or is that go-carting?) track.

What’s included?:

  • A local rep to meet you at your accommodation
  • Transport to and from the track
  • 30 minutes of gruelling track time per driver
  • Use of up to ten powerful Rimo karts at one time
    – Larger groups split into two for heats and a final
  • Professional instructors and race organisers
  • Round of drinks to celebrate the winners and the losers

The small print:

  • Minimum number of 8
  • Ten karts per group
  • Allow at least two hours including transport, depending on group size
  • Maximum weight of 120kg (19 stone)
  • A trackside buffet is open for pit stops
  • Outdoor track available from the beginning of April (or mid-March if the weather is good) until the end of October
  • This activity is weather-dependent. If the weather turns bad or it rains a smaller indoor track will be used, where maximum 8 carts fit on the track at one time. No refund will be given.


Sample itinerary:

  • 11 am – Brunch near the hotel (we can make reservations for you)
  • 1 pm – Pick up for Go-Carts at the hotel
  • 3 pm – Back to the hotel to shower and change
  • 5 pm – Pick up for Boat Cruise with Dinner

What you see is what you get with Hen Nation. That means no hidden costs and a simple 20% deposit that guarantees your weekend and means you don't pay anything else until you arrive.

Organising a hen weekend is tough so we do it all for you, give you a local guide and a 24hr concierge you can call. For those that book accommodation with us we'll throw in a nightlife tour and airport transfers for free - it's all part of our commitment to superb customer service.

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