This is one of our Budget series of posts to give you an idea of how much we spent traveling around the world. Here we will look at Hungary. Check our posts to see what kind of activities we did and where we stayed!
In Hungary we used forint. We converted to US dollars using the current conversion rates at the time of our visit. It was approximately 240 forint to one dollar.
Total Spent (8 days): $767.77
We normally break down into the following categories:
We stayed in two hostels in Budapest: one dorm and one private room host. We stayed in a pension in Eger.
We did three free tours in Budapest and tipped for them all. We visited the Szechenyi baths in Budapest which was somewhat pricey. We also experienced our first Escape Room game in Eger in addition to entering a few museums and other sights.
We did a Pub Tour in Budapest and wine tasting in the Valley of Beautiful Women so this is a little higher than other locations. We also purchased a few bottles of wine.
We think we ate out one to one and half times a day. We did not cook as many times as in other locations.
We purchased a few post cards, public bathrooms, and one souvenir.
We took a few metros and trams in Budapest which were not super cheap, but quite convenient. Our big transportation expenses were train tickets to and from Eger and then a long train ride from Budapest to Zagreb to meet Della’s parents!
This divides out to $95.97/day which, thankfully, is just under our $100/day budget.
3 thoughts on “Budget: Hungary”
Looks good seems like accommodations was a little high,
Yeah, Budapest felt high! Especially the cost seemed high for what we were getting. A dorm in a hostel shouldn’t be that much! Grr
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