I Did an Experiment and Stayed in Budapest for 5 days With Only €100 (Spoiler: I Did Everything I Planned)


Money spent during the day:

Coffee, croissant, and chocolate chip cookies at Starbucks — 3,180 forints / €10
Waffles from a supermarket — 219 forints / €0.70
Dried sausages — 219 forints / €0.70
Dinner at the Chinese restaurant — 1,000 forints / €3.15
A piece of cake from Sugar! — 890 forints / €2.80
Day 3: A lot of delicious food
In the morning we set off en route to Vajdahunyad Castle, that we found on Google maps. On our way to this place, we saw a coffee shop and got ourselves coffee to go, since we had already been feeling pretty hungry because of the 30-minute walk. In coffee shops that are located a little further from the center of the city, coffee costs about 350 forints (€1.10), and a sandwich costs about 500-600 forints (€1.60-1.90). If converted to the currency from my country, the prices are the same as in the coffee houses of my hometown.

I Did an Experiment and Stayed in Budapest for 5 days With Only €100 (Spoiler: I Did Everything I Planned)

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