The fastest average time to solve a Megaminx (Rubik’s Cube) is 51.45 sec and was set by Balint Bodor (Hungary) at the European Rubik’s Cube Championship held in Budapest, Hungary, from 1 to 3 October 2010.
The fastest mile in a bomb disposal suit is 8 min 29 sec and was achieved by Zoltán Mészáros (Hungary) in Budapest, Hungary, on 27 March 2014.
3,000 m 7:24.90 Daniel Komen (Kenya) Budapest, Hungary 6 February 1998
Péter and Tamás Kenyeres (both Hungary) have 11,345 different number plates from 133 countries, as of April 2011, which they have been collecting since 1990. Brothers Péter and Tamás started their collection 21 years ago when they got the first two number plates from their father. The oldest plate in their collection is from Austro-Hungarian Empire, approximately from 1900. Their favourite plate is the B7 which was a Hungarian minister’s car plate between 1945-1948.
The largest dance by couples consisted of 5,188 participants (2,599 couples) and was organised by Milka (Hungary) in Budapest, Hungary on 9 June 2012
The largest gathering of plush toys is 6,540 and was achieved by the Rex Dogshelter Foundation (Hungary) on the premises of Rex Animal Island field, Budapest, Hungary, on 28 November 2012.
The record for the largest menu consists of 1810 different items achieved by the restaurant Mofarguru (Hun) in Budapest, Hungary since 1 October 2005.
The largest panoramic postcard covers an area of 86.40 m² (930 ft²) and was achieved by Magyar Reumabetegek Egyesülete (Hungary) at Millenáris Park in Budapest, Hungary, on 12 October 2013. The postcard was created by the Association of Hungarian Rheumatoid Patients and depicts eight Hungarian cities. It measures 14.40 m (47.24 ft) in length and 6 m (19.69 ft) in height.
The record for the largest single copy of a newspaper is a copy of Olvasni Jó, measuring 350 cm x 500 cm (11 ft 5.79 in x 16 ft 4.85 in) made by Magyar Lapkiadók Egyesülete at the Press Festival 2007 in Budapest, Hungary, on 26 May 2007.
The largest soda siphon measured 1.21 m (3 ft 11.5 in) high 30.8 cm (12 in) in diameter, and contained 42.6 litres (75 pints) of water. It was made by Aqua-Plastech Kft, Hajdúsámson, Hungary, in April 2004 to celebrate the 175th anniversary of soda water.