Hungary Postal code
Hungarian Mail was established in 1867, and stamps were first issued in 1871. The Magyar Posta (Hungarian Post) is now a public company headquartered in Budapest. Hungarian postal codes are four digits long. The first two digits indicate the region, beginning with 10 in Budapest, the capital. The countries, cities, or districts are represented by the last two digits.
In our postal code search, you can find all of Hungary's ZIP codes.
The Republic of Hungary is a member of the European Union. Hungary is located in the eastern part of Central Europe, with Budapest serving as the country's capital and largest city. Debrecen, Miskolc, Szeged, and Pécs are also important cities. Hungary does not have access to the sea, and Hungarian is the official language. Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia are its neighbours.
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