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Food and accommodation are covered. Mark Brittain on Jul 23, I live just outside New York City, in the Bronx, and was pleasantly surprised during a visit to Budapest in April just how beautiful a city it is, and how amazingly affordable it is!
I stayed near the Market, a huge building w tons of food vendors, and found the area good for being a tourist, especially being a few blocks from the Danube River. I also felt very safe there, and walked miles and miles across bridges and to the incredible National Gallery, which had beautiful paintings and other works of art. I put back hundreds of dollars in my bank account when I got back to NY. I never felt cheated by anyone there, but having my hotel arrange for a driver to meet me at the airport and also take me back there meant the cost was nominal.
Taking a boat ride on the Danube River was a wonderful experience. I get the sense one could relocate there and live quite frugally. I figured out their money and avoided any possible exploitation. I found most people were friendly, but some were cold, possibly it might have been a touch of anti- Americanism.
I was shocked how often people spoke English when I approached them. Best time of year to go there would be April or Oct to avoid crowds and higher hotel prices. Avoid Nov and Dec, too cold! It is city of outstanding beauty with tons of amazing buildings, bridges and statues!!
Anonymous on Jul 22, JC The other towns in Hungary are much cheaper but very small Debecen inhabitants being the 2nd biggest town in the country and people are more reserved with foreigners. Only a few expats live outside Budapest and Budapest has a much richer cultural life. But if you love country life and nice scenery you might try them eg. Of course Romania is much cheaper but less organized and chaotic.
JC on Jul 14, Balazs thanks for your response I am also curious however if you or anyone else may have opinions on how Budapest compares to other decent sized cities in Hungary, Romania, etc.. Balazs on Jul 14, JC Depends on your needs, if you don't live in the middle of the city, USD can be enough for a modest standard of living, renting some normal apartment, and let's say feed 2 people with some spare money for entertainment. JC on Jul 13, I am from the U.
I had visited Budapest a few years ago and loved it. I am just starting to research options for finding a place to live in Central or Eastern Europe, but it would be nice if Budapest is doable for me. So first, I am wondering if I can afford Budapest on that income, but also if other large cities in Hungary or Romania for example, are a lot cheaper?
AGA on Jul 12, BugsBunny on Jul 01, Morteza, you can easily live on EUR a month if you don't have to pay for rent. You won't even need a part-time job. MK on Jun 27, Hi all, I've just receive job offer in Budapest with monthly salary gross I want to know whether I could save money with that amount after considering the rent and living cost? What is cafeteria budget anyway? It would be nice if you could share some rent website in Budapest with English language so I also could find place to stay.
Best regards Morteza on Jun 20, Hi to all I've just received a scholarship from Budapest university of science and technology for PhD, monthly approx. I'd like to know if I can handle a an average life there. Since I have no saving in my account, it is really challenging for me to decide. Is there any possibility to find a part-time job while studying? I am waiting for your comments. Thank you very much Chann on Jun 05, I think euro euro is more than enough in hungary I have been living in hungary for 3 years.
One bedroom apartment is just huf with the extra charges if people go night club it's cheap you need someone who is here long so they know all the good place and cheap place.
Anyway it's the best night club I have ever come across. Anonymous on Jun 05, John on Jun 05, Hi, how much you spend for a 1 week holiday in budapest going out in night clubs etc Izabella on Jun 02, Hello Luca, EUR equals to appr. Unfortunately the prices listed above are correct. I would suggest to have at least for shopping and going out on weekends. Luca Raafat on May 26, Tina on May 24, Hello, is HUF or eur enough for having normal life in Budapest?
Manhan on May 14, Hey guys, I am a student that is willing to leave in budapest starting september. Knowing that I will pursue my studies in a private university, my parents could help with the equivalent of euros per months. I want to precise that I will be renting with a friend with who I will share an appartment.
I was wondering it that could be sufficient to have a basic student life, knowing that I like to party during the week end. Thanks in advance for your help. Chris on May 11, Hello Peter, Yes, euro net should be more than okay based on the fact that minimal wages are around euro and people survive. In my opinion you can have an above-average life plus save money from Peter on May 03, Is a net monthly salary of euro OK to live in Budapest and also save some money, if you're having a "normal" everyday life?
Nina on Apr 27, Hey marc, Your net will be I have to tell, you'd do better if you wanna save some money, to rent a room somewhere outside of the city centre, otherwise it will take majority of your salary.
Rooms are around I'm going tostart working in Budapestnext month. My salary will be HUF monthly gross. How much will it be after taxes? Nati on Apr 24, Anonymous on Apr 18, You can afford a nice city centre apartment for usd, you can eat out every day. Vicky on Apr 01, Dear all, we wonder how mic is sufficient to live in Budapest for family with Husband and Wife and 2 secondary school Children? We would appreciate it if anyone can share all types of tax involved, education alternative and rental if possible!
Thank you in advance! Attila on Mar 26, Hi all, Can anyone inform about bank interest receivable on saving account,and if it is taxed? Hanna on Mar 09, Dear Jason, it sound extremely little if only your rent will be paid. It can be doable but just for buying food aaauming that you never eat out and the essentials Jason on Mar 07, Anonymous on Feb 05, Farrukh on Feb 05, I want to know specifically the business opportunity of Apparel industry.
And after one year, and how much it will cost me to live not levish life but normal with my wife and 2 year son. I also want to save monthly about Euro min. Please let me know, how much minimum i should have a earning from my business. I will work as a director and get salary from my own company.
Furthermore, hungerian residents are welcome to stay in touch for some good opportunities for them to wwork for me as a freelancer. How much do pharmacy technicians earn in Budapest? Do they earn the "comfortable" level salary? John on Dec 13, The thing with BP is the apartments in the center on ground floor, first floor, second floor north side east side and basically all of them are dark all winter and very bad air quality.
Ground floor is especially bad so with the prices for rent you need to take this into consideration. If your in the roof you can have loud extractor fans Same with food it can be cheap but not the best quality. If you want good apartment it is more tricky and costs more.
So in the long term really it can cost you more to your health than the price of the rent so really it is not cheap, just cheaper than some other places but those places you might be getting better air quality, more light, better food and so on.
If you can afford you can get organic food ofcours in BP like there is a market on Saturday on the Buda side where you can get some really good stuff. There is much more to see in this country than just BP. Cheap is cheap for a reason and if its cheap and your paying a lot for it then that is different than cheap and not costing so much. I am a student and I want to live in Budapest witch district are better? If you are a short-term, than of course go to the mainstream areas, if you got job or sg else to do over here, I would suggest the outskirts,- will break down your costs, plus public transport is pretty good - especifically if compared to London underground.
Try something on the end of M3 line - either way- you are in centre in no minutes, plus nighttime public transport is a hassle, but it works. If I was you I'd start with sg. Hope this helped, and have a great time Geri on Oct 28, Does not depend on amount, the tax system is NOT progressive always 66,5. For a good lifestyle going out whenever you want, eating out wherever you want - mostly, paying your bills etc.
Doing the math, that is k gross. Which is a mid level manager salary at a multinational. If you are moving with family, multiply this the same as you would do at home small children in the beginning not "requiring" so much etc.
If you are used to western standard, I would be cautious moving for less. Iphone, pair of sneakers etc. PS on Oct 08, Which districts of Budapest are nice and cheap to rent? Mano on Oct 05, Hi everyone, I'm going to work in Budapest and the company offered me a net salary of k HUF monthly. I'll use bike and public transport. I don't go out much but I like to stay home watching tv series with some snacks, pizza, etc.
I go to the gym. I like to buy new clothes and electronics. So, do you think my salary is ok considering my life style? Thank you so much. DD on Sep 28, Is Euro a month enough for a family of 3 to live well in budapest? This is before taxes. Anonymous on Sep 23, This is after taxes.
Zoli on Sep 07,
Based n the comments, i understood the cost of livings. The thing with BP is the apartments in the center on ground floor, first floor, second floor north side east side and basically all of them are dark all winter and very bad air quality.
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