List of postal codes in Hungary

Postal codes in Hungary consist of four digits. They were introduced on 1 January 1973. Each code denotes a post office of the Magyar Posta company.

The first digit identifies a geographic delivery area within Hungary. The second identifies a routing area. The third defines the route the mail takes either with the car/truck or with the train. The fourth stands for the post office outlet in the routing city.

Geographic delivery areasEdit

The geographic delivery area sometimes coincides with the county (megye), as shown in the table below.

In the capital Budapest, the second and third digit describe the district within the city (i.e. 1140: 14th district – Zugló).

 
2-digit postcode areas Hungary (defined through the first two postcode digits)
Irsz. (Postal code) település (megye / város)
1000 - 1999 Budapest
2000 - 2391 Pest
2400 - 2491 Fejér
2500 - 2591 Komárom-Esztergom
2600 - 2791 Pest
2800 - 2991 Komárom-Esztergom
3000 - 3050 Heves
3051 - 3191 Nógrád
3200 - 3391 Heves
3400 - 3991 Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén
4000 - 4291 Hajdú-Bihar
4300 - 4991 Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg
5000 - 5491 Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok
5500 - 5991 Békés
6000 - 6591 Bács-Kiskun
6600 - 6991 Csongrád
7000 - 7059 Fejér
7060 - 7254 Tolna

Postal codes by countyEdit

BudapestEdit

 
Buda Castle seen across the Danube - I. district
 
Hungarian Parliament Building - V. district

Pest CountyEdit

  Red: Gödöllő District;   Blue: Érd District;   Yellow: Szigetszentmiklós District;   Green: Cegléd District;   Orange: Budakeszi District;   Pink: Dunakeszi District;   Spring green: Szentedre District;   Brown: Nagykáta District;   Purple: Vác District;   Dark Green: Monor District;   Deep Pink: Pilisvörösvár District;   Cyan: Dabas District;   Gold: Vecsés District;   Steel: Gyál District;

 
City centre of Szentendre
 
Visegrád Castle and the Danube Band
 
View of the Danube Bend from Dobogó-kő
 
Entrance from the garden of Grassalkovich Palace, Gödöllő
 
City Hall of Dunakeszi
 
Aerial view Hungaroring, Mogyoród
 
Schossberger Palace, Tura
 
Aerial view near Káva
 
Danube-Tisza Canal near Dunaharaszti
 
The 13.c. Romanesque monastery church of Ócsa
 
The Arc of Triumph was built for Empress Maria Theresia's visit in 1764
 
Luczenbacher Palace, Szob
 
Panorama of Börzsöny mountain
 
The Calvinist Great Church of Cegléd
 
Square of Heroes in Nagykőrös

Komárom-Esztergom CountyEdit

  Red: Esztergom District;   Blue: Tatabánya District;   Yellow: Komárom District;   Green: Tata District;   Orange: Oroszlány District;   Pink: Kisbér District

 
The middle ages monastery church of Dömös
 
(Esztergom) Castle Hill panorama from Stúrovo
 
Skyline of Bajna
 
Communist housing developments in Tatabánya
 
Camaldolese Hermitage In Majk, near Oroszlány
 
Castle of Tata from the Old lake

Fejér CountyEdit

 
Batthyány Palace, Bicske
 
The gate of Dunaferr, Dunaújváros
 
Greek Orthodox Church in Beloiannisz
 
Brunszvik Palace, Martonvásár

Nógrád CountyEdit

  Red: Salgótarján District;   Blue: Balassagyarmat District;   Yellow: Pásztó District;   Green: Rétság District;   Orange: Bátonyterenye District;   Pink: Szécsény District

 
Almásy Palace, Alsópetény
 
Panorama in Börzsöny Mountains near Diósjenő
 
Ruins of Drégely Castle, between Drégelypalánk and Nagyoroszi
 
Former Nógrád County Hall, Balassagyarmat
 
Cserhát Mountains, from Hollókő
 
Roman Catholic Church in Egyházasdengeleg
 
Kalvária in Buják village
 
Skyline of Salgótarján
 
Ruins of Salgó
 
Main facade of Forgách Palace, Szécsény
 
Hollókő, old village (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Heves CountyEdit

  Red: Eger District;   Blue: Gyöngyös District;   Yellow: Hatvan District;   Green: Heves District;   Orange: Füzesabony District;   Pink: Pétervására District;   Spring green: Bélapátfalva District

 
Main facade of Grassalkovich Palace, Hatvan
 
The Nave of St. Bartholomew Church, Gyöngyös
 
Kékes seen from the roadbend beneath Galya-tető
 
Károlyi Palace, today this building is Luxury Hotel in Parádsasvár
 
View of Istenmezeje
 
Power plan in Visonta
 
Eger, view from the Castle
 
The 13.c. Cistercian Romanesque monastery church of Bélapátfalva
 
"Fátyol vízesés" (waterfall) in Szilvásvárad
 
The Feldebrő memorial church, where king Aba Sámuel was entombed in the 11th century.
 
Tisza Dam in Kisköre

Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén CountyEdit

  Red: Miskolc District;   Blue: Kazincbarcika District;   Yellow: Ózd District;   Green: Mezőkövesd District;   Orange: Szerencs District;   Pink: Edelény District;   Spring green: Tiszaújváros District;   Brown: Sárospatak District;   Purple: Sátoraljaújhely District;   Dark Green: Encs District;   Deep Pink: Gönc District;   Cyan: Putnok District;   Gold: Szikszó District;   Steel: Cigánd District; M: Mezőcsát District; -1

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