"Where do you arrive?"
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Probably because you used "hol" and not "hova". Hungarian makes a distinction on where something is and where something will end up. Since arrival is about ending up somewhere, you need to use "hova". If it was something else like standing, reading, being, then "hol" would be used instead.
Thanks, but in English we just would not say that. We would say "Where did you arrive from". The only instance where I could imagine it would make sense to ask "where do you arrive" is if you're speaking to someone to plan where you'll meet them on arrival--do you arrive at the airport, or the train station, or the bus stop, or something like that. Is that what this sentence is basically for?