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Become a guide Groups Contact Blog. Planning on making your way to Budapest? We've created a wee guide to the Pearl of the Danube so you can find your bearings a little easier, tell you what's what but not ruin any of Budapest's quirky surprises. District VII is the party district google. That's not to say there aren't other terrific bars spread out over the other districts, but if you're only in town for a few days then you definitely need to make your way to VII!
Jaywalking Is illegal hu. In the middle of the night it's ok to stroll across the road as this law isn't heavily enforced. But if the police feel like it, they can stop you. But in Budapest if you get caught by the police then they can fine you whatever they feel it seems. A friend of my decided to relief himself on return from Fogashaz, was caught by the police and fined. So hold it!
Well let me inform you with an alphabet of 44 letters and 20 billion ways to say 1 word is a bit of a migraine. Luckily for my ignorant tongue most young Budapestians speak a little English.
That one saying has saved my ass on dozens of occasions, so it's a great thing to know! There's no real middle ground unless you want to survive on Subway or Burger King. It's really cheap to make your own sandwiches however! Keep an eye on the taxi fare pixabay. Always take a note of the fare per kilometer otherwise then can try charge you an outrageous amount of money. Especially if you not too familiar with the exchange rate. It sometimes goes up a little, it sometimes goes down a little.
Always check the exchange rate before going into any exchange place to avoid losing money. Avoid paying with card. If you can take money out from the ATM and let your bank do the exchange rate as they're more likely to give you a better deal. The same fare applies to trams also. The view from Gellert is way better than from Buda Castle instagram.