Hungary allows people who provide services that require close contact, such as hairdressers or beauticians, to reopen shops.
After Central European countries have made progress in fighting new infections and vaccinating the population, several other measures against the coronavirus have also been relaxed.
Shops that sell non-essential goods are also allowed, but the number of customers must be limited to prevent crowding.
The curfew in Hungary is now 22:00 instead of 20:00 and lasts until 5 in the morning.
However, the restaurant is still closed for in-house dining, and only business travelers can stay in the hotel.
The Minister of the Interior, Sandor Pinter, has issued a decision on the new regulations.
It refers to a previous decree by Prime Minister Viktor Orban that will gradually open when 2.5 million people receive at least the first dose of the covid-19 vaccine.
Hungary reached this threshold on Tuesday, which means that more than 25% of people received at least one dose.