The good, 'bad' and beautiful in Budapest

Kaye chats about the good, 'bad' and beautiful in Budapest.

While chatting to Tim Webster on his Talking Travel segment, YourLifeChoices was delighted to share the top five experiences in one of Europe’s most underrated cities. Tim adores travel, as does Kaye, so listen to them chat about the good, 'bad' and beautiful in Budapest.

Have you been to Budapest? What was your favourite feature?

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    pedro the swift
    4th Mar 2017
    9:21am
    Spent about three days in Budapest whilst on river cruise. Found it to be a great place. Friendly people, nice weather at the time. Had no problems at any time. Had good service. Very tourist friendly. Very few beggars noted at this time(2 years ago).Recommended!
    OZ
    4th Mar 2017
    12:22pm
    We stayed in a Budapest suburb for 1 month last year & were busy all the time so much to see & do. No problems with the people or the place. Well worth visiting this city with so many beautiful buildings, great restaurants & not expensive.
    KSS
    4th Mar 2017
    12:48pm
    My advice for visiting Hungary in general especially if you venture away from Budapest is to have some German. The tourist sector is geared towards the Germans so often English doesn't get you very far. Some mime acting and a sense of humour will see you through because the people are great.
    Arisaid
    5th Mar 2017
    12:19pm
    We stayed in Budapest for about 5 days. Very friendly city. We found that moving a few streets away from the main tourist strip was the best place to eat, drink and meet the locals. To my husband's delight the beer was half the price there, as was the delicious food. We tried local little bar/cafes. Best idea is to get on your walking shoes and just walk! However, don't forget the Hop on Hop Off buses when you first arrive. They give you a good idea of what you might like to do and see.


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