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It’s also best to withdraw as few times as possible to avoid multiple ATM fees. You can choose to exchange your foreign cash at currency exchange offices.

ACCESS THE INTERNET You can purchase a prepaid SIM card to access the Internet on your phone. Some options provided by local carriers are Vodafone, T-Mobile, and Telenor. You can buy a travel plan that includes internet at any store in Budapest, there are also stores at the airport.

Just make sure to bring your passport as you will need it to buy the sim card. If you’re from the US, consider using Google Fi. Alternatively, you can consider renting a mobile hotspot. See our travel guide for more information.

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NUMBER 4: BEST APPS Here is a list of useful apps to use in Budapest: BKK Futár and SmartCity Budapest Transport to get the latest info on Budapest public transportation including maps and timetables Donkey republic to rent a bike or Lime.

A similar app to ren an electric scooter Bolt for getting a taxi, and since there are no Ubers or Lyfts in Budapest this app comes in quite handy XE Currency or a similar currency converter app to always know how much you’re spending Viator or Get Your Guide for reserving a tour in Budapest TripAdvisor for reviews of restaurants, hotels, museums, tours, etc.

WithLocals or Eatwith for food and other experiences with local guides Google Maps or Apple Maps for walking, public transportation, driving, etc. Google Maps also lets you download maps, which is an excellent option if you don’t want to use roaming.

Flush for finding public restrooms WiFi Map or WiFi Finder, which helps you find WiFi throughout Budapest Check out our travel guide for links to download these apps on iOS and Android and for more app suggestions. NUMBER 3: FOOD AND PRICES Budapest has plenty of dining options, from Michelin star restaurants to traditional Hungarian street-food.

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We suggest using TripAdvisor to find nearby places with good reviews. Try to avoid restaurants at or near to major tourist attractions. You’ll often get a much higher price-quality ratio at local eateries away from the main attractions. But food prices in Budapest are much lower than in other European cities also if you happen to visit a pricer place.

An inexpensive restaurant meal ranges from 1,500 HUF to 3,000 HUF. A traditional fisherman’s soup, chicken paprikash, goulash, or a similar Hungarian dish will cost you between 1,200 HUF and 2,400 HUF. As for drinks in bars, coffee costs from 300 HUF to 600 HUF, a bottle of water about 450 HUF, a small bottle of soda about 300 HUF, a pint of beer about 600 HUF, a glass of wine will cost you about 400 HUF and cocktail from 1,000 HUF to 3,000 HUF.

Of course, prices are higher in front of the famous tourist places, such as Fisherman’s Bastion, etc. The typical Hungarian funnel cake kürtőskalács from a street kiosk will only cost you about 300 HUF. If you buy one at a more famous place like Molnár’s the price, of course, is higher.

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There are plenty of great cheap eats in Budapest. Check out our guide for maps with the best cheap eats. And an important note on tipping. Unlike most of the other countries in Europe, tipping is a standard in Hungary. A 10% to 15% tip is appreciated at restaurants in Budapest. Sometimes a 12.5% service charge is included in your bill, in which case you don’t need an extra tip.

NUMBER 2: CITY PASS & GUIDED TOURS If you want to save on attractions, you can purchase Budapest Card, which offers free entry to some top attractions, access to thermal baths, various kinds of discounts, unlimited free use of public transport, and more. Check our travel guide for current prices and links.

A great way to discover Budapest, is by a walking tour, organized by professional guides who know a great deal about the city’s rich history. Some providers even offer free walking tours. However, at the end of the tour, it is recommended to make a donation. See our travel guide for links to websites of free guided tours and other exciting tours of Budapest.

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Another great way to discover the city is by a Hop-On Hop-Off bus or a boat tour. There are plenty of options to choose from. Check out our travel guide for the list of providers and links. NUMBER 1: BEST FREE VIEWS OF THE CITY You can enjoy amazing views of Budapest from one of the following places: Citadella or Gellért Hill Panorama Terrace of The Buda Castle Fisherman’s Bastion Check out our travel guide for more places with free and paid amazing views of the city and maps to quickly locate them.

Our travel guide is a mobile-friendly .pdf document that you can store on your phone for offline use. It covers the top 10 things to do in Budapest, plus 10 additional attractions, maps, links, opening hours, and other information that will help make your trip to Budapest stress-free. By purchasing our travel guide, you are also helping us sustain this channel.

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