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Budapest Datasheet
Budapest, Hungary Datasheet

I've been lurking on the forum for several years which improved my knowledge and experiences in every way thinkable. It is time to do something back for the community. I travel all over the world so expect more datasheets to come.

Unfortunately I am not able write about previous destinations. Something I've noticed is that destinations are constantly subject to change. Globalization is a worldwide phenomenon (what's in the name ...) but capitals and smaller cities (even villages) are also subject to trends. I am not aiming at seasons or organized events particularly, but at factors such as influx/efflux of tourists/expats, economy, political influence and demographics of the local population. What could be a Poosy Paradise could be a disaster tomorrow and the other way around. I've seen this happening. Therefore I would like to encourage everyone to write datasheets because logically, the more up-to-date these are, the more useful they will be.

Let me get to the point for which you've been clicking on this thread. I've been in Budapest for exactly one month during December 2017. I've not been busy with gaming (mostly with working) but nevertheless went on a date with a Hungarian girl and got the lay the same night. And I went on a coffee date with an American girl and closed the date with some kissing. I traveled a lot, gamed a lot, but I'm not the kind of guy who enjoys running the numbers. I go after quality women that catch my attention and that I can interact with on a good level and are pushing the right buttons with me, so that I'm having a good time. And when I strike it's usually an instant hit and they feel a lot of tingles down below. I will save these advises (techniques) for other threads. And what happens between me and my women in the bedroom to myself Whip.

Local Currency and Cost of Living
The only official currency in Hungary is the Forint. Euros, or even Dollars or Sterling could be accepted by some tourist businesses but very seldom at a reasonable exchange rate. ATMs can be found anywhere just as currency exchanges. Do not use currency exchanges in the most popular areas such as the airport, metro stations etc. It will cost you more. Before using a currency exchange count your money and calculate how much you are supposed to receive. The abbreviation of the Hungarian Forint is HUF. As of January 2018 the currency exchange rate is $1 = 256.991 HUF, £1 = 348.797 HUF and €1 = 309.255 HUF. After doing some research I noticed that the Hungarian Forint is quite volatile so make sure to check an online currency converter. The most popular one on the internet is: Xe.com. Unless you are good at calculating, you can also download an app in the App store or Google Playstore with which you can view the current charts so you know you can remain to be a Highroller for the rest of the night or cherish your precious Hungarian banknotes.

The economy in Hungary is growing fast and that is why the prices also keep going up. However, the prices are still cheaper than you are used to if you come from the US, UK or Western Europe. Still, I have to disappoint everyone reading this a little bit. The prices are higher than the rest of Central and Eastern Europe. Prices of fast food and supermarkets are equal to those of Western Europe. Rental prices are cheaper than other surrounding countries or countries in Central and Eastern Europe in general. This can therefore compensate with other expenses that you have. An average salary is around $650 monthly. I have looked closely at the following sheet and I can say that it is pretty accurate: https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/in/Budapest

Accommodation & Transportation
It is important to know that Uber has recently been banned in Hungary. This to my surprise so I quickly had to come up with a solution. When I was around I downloaded an app called Taxify after doing some research. It is basically an European imitation of Uber and the best app out there. When I was around it still worked. Yet I don't know for how much longer it will last. Something I recommend at all times is ordering a taxi on the phone or via the taxi's company's app (there should be always some working). Only hop into one if you see a company logo on the car. Főtaxi, 6x6 Taxi, Budapest Taxi are all passable. If you are in a hurry and you decide to take a random taxi on the street use the app called Taxi Budapest. It will tell you how much you should pay for a route. So you can check whether the driver is trying to ask for (way) more money than he should. Unfortunately there are people who will try to illegally charge you more than they should. The other side of the coin is that the public transport in Budapest is rather good. This official website shows you the types of tickets and prices: http://www.bkk.hu/en/tickets-and-passes/prices/. It also includes a map that shows you where you can find all tickets in all of Budapest. Unfortunately I do not know if there is an app with which you can view the timetable. In case you do not understand how to get somewhere, there is often staff around the metro, bus and train stations that speak good English. In my case they even came to me often asking if I needed help.

For people traveling on a budget, there are many hostels available at an affordable price. This is because Budapest is a popular destination in Europe. You may also want to consider renting a room through Airbnb which will also bring you into contact with different people. Although it is simply impossible to screen the host (for all of you pipelining out there). Hotels are also plentiful and you can use the usual websites to book. I myself rented an apartment through Airbnb in District V for $400 for a whole month. This was a large apartment with a beautiful view and fully equipped. I recommend that anyone staying longer than 2 weeks to negotiate through Airbnb. Do not forget to look at the calendar. If it is unoccupied, chances are more likely that the host will agree. You can try to exchange contact information via the site (rather difficult) or you can book for 1 night and pay the outstanding amount in cash.

Budapest is spread out and has many districts (23 in total). The 23 Budapest districts (kerület in Hungarian) are numbered clockwise, in widening circles like Paris’ arrondissements. They are marked with Roman numerals (I-XXIII). I recommend staying in District V VI and VII which are the most central ones so that everything you need will be nearby. In that case you won't have to travel too far to visit the venues where you would like to game. Here you can find a map with information about all of the districts: https://www.budapestbylocals.com/budapes...ricts.html

Climate
Budapest lies on a border of a maritime climate and a continental climate. The summer is warm to sometimes very warm and the winters are average on the cool to mild side. However, temperatures in the winter months can sometimes fall far below zero degrees (Celsius) and snowfall can stop daily life in the city. With 133 days on which precipitation is recorded and an average number of hours of sunshine that is around two thousand a year, Budapest is a city that compares favorably with many other European cities.

Atmosphere
Hungarians seemed friendly and assertive to me. Something that never occurred to me in other Central/Eastern European countries is that random people on the street or those who work in stores will enjoy talking to you and show friendliness (including a smile). You will not easily feel unsafe either. I have not experienced any dangerous situations or felt that I have to pay attention. Budapest has 1.76 million inhabitants. It is therefore advisable to always be vigilant like in any big city. This actually speaks for itself. The city is lively but also exudes a lot of peace. There are many restaurants and nightlife options.

Things to do and sightseeing
When you walk around Budapest it is like walking around in the past. The architecture differs from all cities in Europe and is actually a reason to visit the city alone. Budapest is a city that is a good city for anyone in any age to visit.

A must visit are the thermal baths: http://www.spasbudapest.com/ or http://www.bathsbudapest.com/

When in Budapest going to the baths is a must. Even if you are not a big fan of public bathing, it is worth it. I will guarantee you that. And if you are not a water person, you can still visit the baths for the building: e.g. Szechenyi Baths (among others) has short, 15 min guided tours on most days throughout the week. You can book a massage or book personal treatments, hydrotherapy, mud therapy, etc. The latter could be nice is you are on a date for example.

And there's much more. Here are several websites with things you could do:

https://www.likealocalguide.com/budapest/things-to-do
https://welovebudapest.com/en/toplists/t...-budapest/
http://www.budapestagent.com/101-things-...apest.html

And in any other case; Google will be your best friend.


Women
I find it difficult to describe the Hungarian women. To begin with, the language is very different. It sounds like Finnish. This is already an indication that shows that there are a number of factors that make them slightly different from the rest. The women have the potential to have traits that can distinguish themselves (but not always!) from other countries in a positive way. The other side of it is also the exact opposite: they are very western. Normally I immediately have a lot of matches on Tinder in many places in Eastern Europe (too many to choose from most of the times) but in Budapest it was difficult. I only got a few every day. I had a nice date with one of my matches which resulted in a ONS. I am not big on the gaming techniques. I am usually myself and that works for me. Be outgoing and fun with Hungarian women. They are not as serious as Slavic women for example. You are able to neg them a bit. They are also good conversationalists. They like to talk. Use this to your advantage. The ‘average’ look of a Hungarian might be hard to pin down. You will be able to find anything you like, of that I'm sure. There is not a majority of blonde-haired or brunette women. It's mixed.

As many of you know Budapest is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. You can use this in your advantage by day gaming with tourists. I can not guarantee that this will work successfully because I have little experience with this myself. Americans are more open to this I think. I had a coffee date with an American girl after approaching her at the St. Stephen's Basilica (Szent Istvan Bazilika). What worked in my favor is that I made good use of her emotions. She was already in a positive mood to be there, thus this saved me a lot of time because I did not have to bring her to a certain mood before I could strike. Within 5 minutes we drank coffee and half an hour later we said goodbye to each other and we kissed.

Clubs & Bars
I know that this is one of the most important parts of a data sheet. I am someone who likes to take part actively in nightlife but unfortunately I didn't go clubbing or went to bars during my stay. As a result, all input from everyone who has ever been in Budapest is more than welcome. I do not want to leave you guys behind empty-handed and that's why I did some research. This website gives you the best view on the possibilities of the nightlife in Budapest: https://www.likealocalguide.com/budapest/nightlife.


Personal opinion on Hungary
The following quote says it all:
Quote: If you come from Paris to Budapest you think you are in Moscow. But if you go from Moscow to Budapest you think you are in Paris. - Gyorgy Ligeti
Personally, I see Hungary as a transit station from West to East. This, on the other hand, sounds disrespectful when I think about it, but I like to maintain simplicity in some ways. Wandering around in Hungary makes you feel at a different place in the world. Different from other places. But you will often catch yourself on realizing how westernized some things will be. It will not satisfy the veteran I'm afraid. And in that case I mean the category of veterans whom have an insatiable hunger for female companionship, adventure and in some respects unexpected situations. Yet I figure Hungary has a lot to offer and is also a good place to settle down in. Among many reasons: Hungary cherishes culture and tradition, has good food, has a right-wing political majority (to the joy of many among us) and other trifles like 9% corporate taxes, beautiful architecture and nice people. For the beginner it is worth it to come here to use it as a starting base. But I advise everyone to visit it anyway.

Feel free to ask anything regarding Budapest. I will get back to you and give your my fair view on the subject and try to answer your question. Also feel free to give your own input in a constructive way so that the information will not be too one-sided. All of the above information that I wrote down is based on my own findings. If someone has other experiences I would be glad to read about that. Nevertheless, this does not alter the idea and likeliness that I have presented to you a very realistic and truthful image of the city.

I hope that anyone reading this and visiting Budapest is going to be able to use it to his advantage.

Let the magic happen.
Make the impossible possible.

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I spent three weeks in Budapest this summer on vacation. Everything in this datasheet rings true from my experience. Great job.

My impression of Hungarian girls - compared to my reference case (Polish girls) - Hungarian girls are more attractive, but also more wary of foreigners. Nicer faces and slimmer bodies. The one looks issue I found is that tattoos seems to be huge with these girls. More tattoos than even what I would see in Canada on a regular basis.

In terms of the local competition, you're going to have a tough time matching up to the local Hungarian guys. The girls seem to much prefer the local to foreigners (which was the opposite of what I experienced in Poland.)

In a broader sense, Budapest itself is an extremely beautiful city. It definitely earns its nickname "Paris on the Danube." Would absolutely be a candidate for living long-term for expats wanting a taste of old-style Europe.

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(01-09-2018 09:37 AM)Glaucon Wrote:  I am hungarian and I endorse this message

A personal thank you on my behalf. There is no better way than improving the credibility of this thread than getting an endorsement from a Hungarian =). It was a pleasure to be a guest in your capital city.
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Paris is an overrated shit hole, Budapest is much cleaner and much nicer Smile

Unfortunately it's also sleazy bachelor party, tourist central. Whoever complained about Krakow has never been to Budapest. Nightlife is so so, the ruin bars are basically "ruined" by horny drunk dudes and girls are on their guard with impenetrable bitch shields. Your low match rate on Tinder is a sign that the locals hate foreigners, especially tourists.
It's a nice city to go with your girlfriend and enjoy the baths, the cheap wine and the amazing views from the Buda side but for the solo young male traveler there are far better destinations.
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just landed in Budapest ;staying till the end of May

If anyone is traveling by feel free to hit me up as I really dislike rolling soloConfused


fyi, got a really nice&cozy studio for about $450/mo in the center, took some digging tho
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Budapest worse than Krakow? I really struggle to believe it after having spent 1.5 year in Krakow, but more than one guy on this board remained disappointed by the capital city of Hungary, so...
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(01-13-2018 03:40 PM)GillesDeleuze Wrote:  Budapest worse than Krakow? I really struggle to believe it after having spent 1.5 year in Krakow, but more than one guy on this board remained disappointed by the capital city of Hungary, so...

There are general truths about every city, something that we should not pin down too much on, I think.

Every city is basically a hit or miss according to your preferences but you should be able to score anyhow, in the end. No matter where you are.

What was so bad about Krakow according to you? I visited several times during 2013-2015. Besides the annoying tourists I encountered no factors that gave me that much of a difficult time.
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I'm currently in Budapest and it's not my first time.

I actually flew here from Moscow to escape the cold, so yes the quality drop was exceptionally notable. Having said that Budapest is a pretty bad city for game by any measure.

Hungarian women are not very attractive generally speaking, and the fat levels here are extremely high. There are a smattering of attractive girls at a few higher end clubs, but they aren't particularly easy. Even then, the high end of the female spectrum is almost non-existent. Otkert is probably the best club and even then the ratios and presence of fat girls makes it a pretty bad spot.

Another factor is the number of foreign men at clubs, particularly middle easterners. Otkert this weekend was somewhere between 30-40 percent middle eastern men, and of course no middle eastern women, so the ratios are even worse than they otherwise would be. Similar levels at Fogasz which is already a sausagey club. Fogasz on the weekends is basically a gay club at this point. Szimpla is simply not worth going to. The women were all italian, short and stumpy, wearing coats as well. The club BOB is currently dead, but it used to be the best club in the city. Doboz a primarily hungarian club is basically a fat house. 1 out of every 2 women is nearing clinical obesity. Kuplung on tuesday, what was formerly a very happening student bar was completely dead last week. A year ago it was bustling. The city's nightlife has definitely taken a turn for the worse.

I tried day gaming with a couple other guys. We were standing in areas with heavy foot traffic. Overall the quality was just astoundingly bad. It's pretty remarkable how far white women have let themselves slip. They are fat and proud of it.

Having said all this, Budapest is a beautiful, livable and relatively affordable city in certain ways (rent), expensive in other ways (taxify is overpriced, hard liquor is extremely expensive, eating out isn't that cheap but you can find some decent eateries).

Budapest has tons of cafes, some decent gyms, almost endless numbers of pubs. If you have friends in the city you can go out to a club almost any night of the week and least enjoy being out of the house.

If you have middling standards and don't care about high end model type girls, or even girls that are just thing, perhaps Budapest is alright. For getting easy lays with mid range women 5-7s I don't see why you would choose Budapest over say Poland, Czech republic, etc. But for broing out with friends and doing sporadic approaches on the few cute girls it can still provide a fairly fun experience.
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^ damn.

You know something is off about a city if this guy can’t get excited about approaching.

Mean that as a huge compliment.

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I think the Ligeti quote says it all really.

It's unfair to compare Budapest to Moscow. I think if you go a few hundred kilometers westwards into German-speaking territory, Budapest will seem not so bad after all. Hell, I saw three cite girls yesterday in a basically empty expat place at 3am in the morning in Moscow. You simply won't find that anywhere else.

I found Budapest to be quite decent when I visited in 2016. Ötkert is good fun, there were two other clubs too that had decent girls. Was living in Prague at that time and Budapest was better in terms of ratios and quality I thought. Seems like a very livable city too. Only the male population was pretty aggressive and nowhere near as hospitable as Balkan people for example.

http://www.moscownightguide.com
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Gonna be in Budapest beginning feburary, any guys around there please PM me, thanks.
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Let me revive this thread by saying: Hey guys I am in Budapest for a couple more days. If anyone wants to hang out drop me a message.

I already got laid four times in the three days I have been here so I must say it is a good spot!
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(02-26-2018 05:41 PM)Tenerife Wrote:  Budapest has tons of cafes, some decent gyms, almost endless numbers of pubs. If you have friends in the city you can go out to a club almost any night of the week and least enjoy being out of the house.

If you have middling standards and don't care about high end model type girls, or even girls that are just thing, perhaps Budapest is alright. For getting easy lays with mid range women 5-7s I don't see why you would choose Budapest over say Poland, Czech republic, etc. But for broing out with friends and doing sporadic approaches on the few cute girls it can still provide a fairly fun experience.

Ha reading this has made me almost reconsider how good it was to come here. I'm not complaining about it because Budapest is just a massive upgrade over Auckland in pretty much every way but I did expect the girls to be even hotter here than they actually are(on average I think it's a 2 point upgrade in quality). And it's cheap here but not as cheap as I expected. The language barrier is also massive. I have no complaints aside from those so far though.

So far I'm committed to trying to make it work here but hmm.... Krakow and Moscow do seem amazing just from the cursory/surface level things I've heard about them. I don't like travel or change and have already done a lot of work to try to settle in here. But I do feel a small amount of regret ha for not fully looking everything through. I did trust my friend's judgment that I'd like it here in Budapest.
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(02-26-2018 05:41 PM)Tenerife Wrote:  Hungarian women are not very attractive generally speaking, and the fat levels here are extremely high.

I did not see one fat girl of fuckable age in the week I spent in Budapest recently. On the contrary, even older women approaching 40, stay slim and bangable.

Hungarian women seemed - generally speaking - slim and feminine, with quite a few 9s around. I've never seen a 9 work a taxi stand in the West, but in Budapest, I met several very attractive girls working menial clerk jobs. Face wise, yes not up to par with Russia, but few places are. You also forget that Hungarian women look very different. Some are dark and med, some are blonde and blue eyed. Some are curvy meds, some are long legged, skinny slavs.

Maybe we just have very different standards.
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I see chubby WNBs relatively often but they do seem to be the minority. Relative to Auckland I'm still gobsmacked by how common skinny girls are. I did expect a higher proportion of stunners though.
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Back from 7 nights in Budapest Hungarian women seemed nice but smoking seems mega popular out here total off putting for me.

I was struggling solo gaming in Szimpla I was opening groups of two girls but it was tough going. To many guys in groups would end up winning I didnt see any girls by themselves but huge potential here if you have a wingman. There was groups of girls from UK and Ireland and alot of german girls it picked up on the weekend though.

My favourite place was a place I got from a local contact Vicky Barcelona it a spanish theme bar that turns into nightclub later. I recommend going here if you got good dancing skills you will tear up there was this stunning blonde in here im pretty sure she was from Nordic country. Some good looking guys got knocked back in here though the stunning blonde actually ended up with someone not so great looking imo just his dancing skills were really good.

Overall I really needed a wingman for gaming at night in Budapest I was enjoying dancing and having a good time. But id end up mighty depressed going home empty handed every night.

Oh and Tinder sucks here I would not even bother my dream of meeting a local from Tinder showing me her city never happened.
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By the way, I probably didn't emphasise enough how great Budapest is(so far). I really only know Auckland and Christchurch(so take judgment with a grain of salt) but it's better in almost every way and in some cases better by miles. It's not perfect but it's close. There's a lot of little things in NZ that are just minor irritations you tend to overlook but when they are taken away it's night and day. I say this as someone who doesn't like traveling or change, so I'm generally dissatisfied with small upgrades that make me adapt to change. Overall I'm very happy to be here. I feel so blessed at this opportunity.
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(02-26-2018 05:41 PM)Tenerife Wrote:  I'm currently in Budapest and it's not my first time.

I actually flew here from Moscow to escape the cold, so yes the quality drop was exceptionally notable. Having said that Budapest is a pretty bad city for game by any measure.

Hungarian women are not very attractive generally speaking, and the fat levels here are extremely high. There are a smattering of attractive girls at a few higher end clubs, but they aren't particularly easy. Even then, the high end of the female spectrum is almost non-existent. Otkert is probably the best club and even then the ratios and presence of fat girls makes it a pretty bad spot.

Another factor is the number of foreign men at clubs, particularly middle easterners. Otkert this weekend was somewhere between 30-40 percent middle eastern men, and of course no middle eastern women, so the ratios are even worse than they otherwise would be. Similar levels at Fogasz which is already a sausagey club. Fogasz on the weekends is basically a gay club at this point. Szimpla is simply not worth going to. The women were all italian, short and stumpy, wearing coats as well. The club BOB is currently dead, but it used to be the best club in the city. Doboz a primarily hungarian club is basically a fat house. 1 out of every 2 women is nearing clinical obesity. Kuplung on tuesday, what was formerly a very happening student bar was completely dead last week. A year ago it was bustling. The city's nightlife has definitely taken a turn for the worse.

I tried day gaming with a couple other guys. We were standing in areas with heavy foot traffic. Overall the quality was just astoundingly bad. It's pretty remarkable how far white women have let themselves slip. They are fat and proud of it.

Having said all this, Budapest is a beautiful, livable and relatively affordable city in certain ways (rent), expensive in other ways (taxify is overpriced, hard liquor is extremely expensive, eating out isn't that cheap but you can find some decent eateries).

Budapest has tons of cafes, some decent gyms, almost endless numbers of pubs. If you have friends in the city you can go out to a club almost any night of the week and least enjoy being out of the house.

If you have middling standards and don't care about high end model type girls, or even girls that are just thing, perhaps Budapest is alright. For getting easy lays with mid range women 5-7s I don't see why you would choose Budapest over say Poland, Czech republic, etc. But for broing out with friends and doing sporadic approaches on the few cute girls it can still provide a fairly fun experience.

50 percent of women is CLINICALLY OBESE.

Are you speaking of Budapest?

Maybe Texas.
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Hungarian sounds like Finnish because they come from the same language family.

Thanks for the information. I will be in Budapest in early June.
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RE: Budapest Datasheet
I'll be in Budapest for the next two weeks. If any guys want to meet up, grab lunch / beers and run some game, PM me. Cheers.

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05-19-2019 04:03 AM
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Bill Oreilly Offline
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RE: Budapest Datasheet
Budapest was not a very good city for game. Too many tourists and being a foreigner is already a DLV. There are much better options in Eastern Europe.
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