Until visiting Budapest I thought the slogan, “Budapest is the BudaBEST” was all hype. I heard it was the new Prague and from visiting Prague, I was sold on Prague. Naturally, I came to Budapest a bit sceptical. While the city itself provides a beautiful backdrop for any Latina-Friendly Budapest Adventure, it’s the people I’ve had the privilege of sharing this city with during my trips here who have truly made Budapest the BudaBEST.
Join me as I show you the must-visit attractions and Budapest travel hacks to make the most out of your time in BudaBEST below:
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Plan Your Latina-Friendly Budapest Adventure
Budapest Travel Tips
|Money Accepted:||Credit cards are accepted in most places with many ATMs available if you do need cash.|
|Safety In Budapest:||Budapest felt safe both at day and night as I was able to explore the city alone during both times without feeling threatened in any way.|
|Friendly To Tourists/Latinas:||During my travels I found many Latinos in Budapest and locals seem to be not overly friendly but certainly accommodating.|
|Length Of Stay:||To explore Budapest, I would recommend 3 day – 5 days depending on how much you want to explore as there is plenty to see and do.|
|Airport Transport To City:||For convenient airport transport between the city center and the airport, you have two options:|
Bus 200E + Metro M3 (Included with Budapest Card): Utilize the bus 200E along with metro line M3.
Bus 100E (Not included with Budapest Card):
You can take the bus 100E, which takes a shorter route, offering faster travel times.
For more detailed information, feel free to inquire further here.
Budapest 5-Day Itinerary
|Day-1: Arrive > Karavan Alley for lunch > Danube champagne boat tour|
|Day-2: Brunch at New York Cafe > Palatinus spa bath visit > Szimpla Kurt ruin bar|
|Day-3: E-scooter tour around city > Budapest Labyrinth > Buda castle > Chain bridge|
|Day-4: Budapest free walking tour > Parliament building > Shoes on the Danube > Drinks at Warmup Bar|
|Day-5: Hero’s Square > Lukacs spa bath visit > Palinka Museum|
4 Ways To Travel In Budapest
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The easiest way to explore Budapest is using public transportation. Great system, multiple routes, reliable and affordable.
Be sure to validate your ticket or risk a hefty fine which you have to pay onsite as ticket validators are always stationed in the popular tourist routes ready to catch tourists.
Flexbus operates in Budapest if you want to visit other surrounding countries. Find your journey via bus here.
Depending on the number in your group and what you plan to see, renting a car may be a cheaper option. Book your rental here
– Uber does not operate in Budapest unfortunately but Bolt which is similar to Uber does.
15+ Must Visit Attractions In Budapest
Discover Budapest’s 15+ traveler-approved attractions, offering a diverse array of experiences for female travelers and beyond. From history and the great outdoors to thermal baths and pure fun, there’s something for everyone in this city that caters to all seasons and budgets. Explore indoor and outdoor wonders year-round, ensuring an unforgettable adventure in this European gem!
Read the 15+ Female Traveler Approved Budapest Attractions article.
4 Latina-Friendly Spa Baths In Budapest
When in Budapest, a visit to one of its iconic thermal baths is essential, as these world-famous havens offer a unique blend of history and relaxation. My Girl Takes Mundo Budapest bath list features the most popular, local, and tourist-friendly options, like the historic Gellért and vibrant Széchenyi spas.
Select the one that best matches your preferences, or indulge in visits to all of them – you’ll find each experience highly satisfying.
Budapest Accommodation Options
Check out the 3 wallet-friendly options for Latina travelers, ensuring both comfort and convenience in the city center. These accommodations cater to various travel types so not only Latina’s will enjoy their sleep here. These accommodation options boast central locations, safety, and proximity to attractions. Whether you’re solo or with a loved one, these stays guarantee a memorable Budapest experience.
Budapest Food Guide
Budapest, a city rich in character and history, offers a unique culinary adventure. Exploring Hungarian cuisine is an exciting journey for Latina travelers, full of hearty flavors. That’s why I’ve compiled this “Latina Taste-Test: Budapest’s Best Restaurants” list, featuring everything from iconic goulash to mouthwatering chimney cakes, ensuring every bite in Budapest is a delightful experience for both your taste buds and Latina curves.
Bonus: The article above will show you how to dine at the top 8 finest Hungarian restaurants in the city and get free prosecco. (Included with Budapest Card)
Budapest Attraction Map & Guide – Google Map
This handy Girl Takes Mundo Budapest Google Map lists the full location of restaurants, attractions, etc. from my Latina-friendly Budapest adventure including further tips in the notes section. Be sure to add this list to your Google Maps.
What I loved the most about the friends I made is that we had each other’s back. Both figuratively and physically, in the sober and in the drunk, Isn’t that what familia is all about! A big bonus was meeting other Latinos during my Latina solo trip which made me feel a little more at home in Budapest. Budapest you truly were the BudaBEST!
Lastly, I would like to thank Budapest Brand for sponsoring part of my Latina-friendly Budapest adventure using their Budapest Card. See the most up to date information about the city and purchase your own Budapest Card at www.budapestinfo.hu.
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