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Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of the most common questions people ask about Budapest. Of course, there are more. If you have an additional question, whatever that might be, don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will help you. Also, check out the rest of the site for more of Budapest info.

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Is Budapest safe?

This is one of the questions about Budapest that is asked very often. Yes, Budapest is safe, especially districts 5, 6, and 7, where tourists mostly congregate. Crime rates are generally very low, but you should be cautious and apply common sense, like everywhere.


What is the best time to visit Budapest?

If you can choose, come at the end of September, early October. The weather is great, and it’s a bit more relaxed and less crowded.


How long should I stay in Budapest?

If you stay between 3 and 5 days, you will have time to experience the best city has to offer. So keep that in mind.


How much to tip in Budapest?

Nowadays most restaurants charge a service fee, so many guidebooks are saying that tip is already included in a bill. We recommend adding at least 10 percent as a tip for the servers if you are happy with the service.


What to bring to a thermal bath in Budapest?

Bathing suit, towel, flip-flops, and swimming cap. You can rent these in the bath, so you don’t have to buy them for this occasion only.


Can you drink tap water in Budapest?

Yes, tap water is very safe to drink in Budapest and Hungary.


Which sights should I visit indoors in Budapest?

There are two main sights to consider if you want to go inside: the Parliament and the Great Synagogue. The Parliament is the most important building in Hungary and is as beautiful inside as it is outside. To Hungarians, the parliament building represents national history, identity, and sovereignty, and the interior reflects that. The Great Synagogue is unique and very beautiful as well. Both sights offer paid tours, well organized and informative. Tickets for the Parliament tour can be purchased here, you have to do it well in advance because it’s very busy and often sold out.

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