SaraI am Sara, i am 26 years old. I love nature and outdoors activities such as hiking or camping, i love animals and pets. i love art and i love a good coffee and good food. Oh, and i am a fun , loving person
KiraHi, I am Kíra. I live in Budapest and I teach contemporary dance. I am christian, this is the most important thing in my life! I love art, good coffee and beautiful places!
DorkaHey:) Im Dorka a first year university student. Im actually studying pharmacy at semmelweis. Im an open minded, cheerful person who loves to ride train. Im kind of crazy, so if you know some craziness let me know😻
Can host for 3 daysSomeone who likes rain and doesn't like umbrellas.
Can host for 3 daysHey, I'm Lili and I'm interested in art, animals, books, cinema, food & cuisine, live music, solo travel, nature, nightlife, sunbathing, cycling and swimming
Can host for 7 daysI am Sara, i am 26 years old. I love nature and outdoors activities such as hiking or camping, i love animals and pets. i love art and i love a good coffee and good food. Oh, and i am a fun , loving person
CelestineHello there, my name is Celestine. I would like to meet up/make friends and see more places together.
JenilynHello, My name is Jenilyn and I'm interested in art, cinema, culture, dancing, digital nomad, fashion, games, live music, languages, nightlife, sightseeing, solo travel, shopping and food & cuisine
MaríaI’m Camila, a Colombian student who’s for a few months in Europe. Interested in travel and meeting new people! I blend in any plan :) If you’re thinking to spend June-July here, hit me up
based on 21 experiences
I absolutely adored that city. It's so rich for culture and sightseeing during the day, and the nights are sick for partying. It's such a friendly place too. And so safe. I was there 5 days and was walking through the "side streets" to my hostel at like 4 am and had no problems at all.Posted: May 6, 2023
My favourite city I have visited!! Budapest has plenty of young artistic people with very friendly vibes who know how to have fun during the night! There are so many things both during the day and the night. Starting from a walking tour you can get a taste of Hungary's hurt history as well as you can get inspiration for the foods you don't want to miss (such as the chocolate chimney). The prices are very approachable and the exchange money shops don't charge you a lot. In the night you can visit one of the many bars/pubs that are built on ruins or if you're more into dancing you can go for the many-floored clubs that are pretty much everywhere. The sunny weather was also a plus. Overall my experience in Budapest was a 5/5Posted: April 23, 2023Experienced: March, 2023
The city is very cool, has a bit of a dark vibe to it but I like it. Locals are very unfriendly though, at least to our experience. We also had the impression there were way more men there for some reason. Overall the city is great for a visit and a newexperience but beware of the locals hahaPosted: April 6, 2023
I spent a long weekend in Budapest solo and was perfectly fine. I walked a lot, took the subway, the famous bathhouses, and the communist "House of Terror" museum, had a great time, and felt perfectly safe the whole time.Posted: March 29, 2023
I stayed in Budapest for two weeks solo and felt safe enough to go out at night by myself. Instead of a riverboat ride, I took a tram to enjoy the river views on each side: parliament on one side and the castle on the other. I used public transportation; easy to get around.Posted: March 25, 2023
I was just there in October. Other than just walking around...because Budapest is an extremely walkable city...the things I enjoyed the most: a nighttime beer-tasting, a cruise on the Danube, tea at New York Cafe, Invisible Exhibit, a day trip to Szentendre and eating goulash.Posted: February 17, 2023
Budapest is wonderful. I spent a week there and wished it could be more. I stayed at the Hotel Castle Garden… inexpensive, just outside the gate to the upper cathedral/castle where you can catch the small free tram that takes you down to the other side of the river. Everything felt safe and walkable.Posted: November 29, 2022
I felt very safe in Budapest. It’s an amazing city! I was there in April for two weeks doing some volunteer work. I had to ride the bus at all hours….3:30am, midnight…sometimes alone and sometimes meeting up with others. I never had an issue and never felt unsafe. The Hop On/Off tour gave me a good overall history of the city. I stayed at Kalvin Palace, basic room with private bath. It was centrally located just a block from University so always foot traffic outside. Easy to walk to several places.Posted: November 22, 2022
Budapest is such a lovely place!! go to the thermal baths, the bus routes are really easy to navigate with google maps, also the city boat tours are lovely, in the evening definitely try out the ruin bars! they are so fun and social.Posted: November 13, 2022
Definitely go to the restaurant/bar Mazel Tov in Budapest! We also really liked taking a tour of the Parliament and going to the top of St. Stephen’s Basilica (need very minimal cash as a donation to the church to go to the top, but so worth it!!)Posted: November 12, 2022
Yes, Budapest is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Budapest is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is generally safe and there are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy. There are also plenty of cafes, restaurants, and bars to explore, and the city is full of friendly locals who are happy to help out.
No, Budapest is not expensive for solo travelers. The city offers a wide range of accommodation options, from budget hostels to luxury hotels, and the cost of living is relatively low. Eating out is also affordable, with plenty of restaurants offering delicious Hungarian cuisine at reasonable prices.
Explore the city on foot
Budapest is a great city to explore on foot. Take a stroll along the Danube River, explore the cobblestone streets of the Jewish Quarter, and admire the architecture of the city.
Visit the Great Market Hall
The Great Market Hall is a must-see for any visitor to Budapest. Here you can find a variety of Hungarian specialties, including paprika, salami, and other local delicacies.
Take a boat tour
Take a boat tour along the Danube River and admire the city from a different perspective.
Visit the thermal baths
Budapest is known for its thermal baths, which are a great way to relax and unwind.
Visit the museums
Budapest is home to a number of museums, including the Hungarian National Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Hungarian National Gallery.
Enjoy the nightlife
Budapest has a vibrant nightlife, with a variety of bars, clubs, and restaurants.
Take a day trip
Budapest is surrounded by a number of interesting places, including the Danube Bend, the Puszta, and the Danube Delta. Take a day trip to explore these places.
Yes, Budapest is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, as with any city, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to keep your valuables secure, avoid walking alone at night, and be aware of pickpockets in crowded areas.
Yes, Budapest is generally safe at night. However, as with any city, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions to ensure your safety. Be sure to avoid dark alleys and areas that are not well lit, and keep your valuables out of sight.