We need positive thinking. It’s desperately in short supply, understandably, but it’s very much needed in Budapest.
Traveling to another country can be an exhilarating experience, especially if it's your first time going there. Depending on where you're from, you'll find your stay to be different than anything you've experienced in the past. In fact, a lot of people like it so much; they decide to move to Budapest as a full-time resident. If you are planning a trip to Budapest, here are some tips to help keep your stay affordable.
Plan Out Where You Will Eat
The last thing you want to do is show up in a foreign country and can't find meals that you don't mind eating. It's great to experiment with the foods of different cultures, but you may not like everything you taste. Knowing what restaurants are near your hotel or even in your hotel is important for knowing the menu, as well as the prices for the meals. If they are too hefty, then consider shopping at a local grocer and cooking yourself (if there is a kitchen in your room).
Find Deals on Discount Sites
You can find great deals on rental cars, hotels and flights using sites like Hotels.com. Then you can put the extra money aside for spending or as backup funding in case of an emergency.
Use Your Credit Card Rewards
If you own any credit cards, check the perks to see if you can use rewards towards your airline ticket, hotel room or rental car, among other expenses you may come across during your stay in Budapest. You may be surprised at how many reward points you have already accumulated over the years that have just been sitting there collecting dust.
As you're looking for more ways to save money on your trip, you should check out Groupon Coupons, which features over 50,000 coupons for over 8,600 businesses, including hotels.com. Browse through the deals today to see what specials you can find that will make your Budapest trip cheaper.
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Films are a great way to better understand the Hungarian soul.
Director István Szöts tells the story of a woodcutter who moves his family into the serene mountains of Transylvania in search of a better life, only finding tragedy instead.
Winner of the Biennale Award at the Venice Film Festival.
Thelonius Monk once said,
I don’t know where jazz is going. Maybe it’s going to hell. You can’t make anything go anywhere. It just happens.
We now know it decided it was better to go to Budapest...