Where to live in Budapest – Accommodation Guide

Accommodation and Neighborhoods in Budapest

If you are thinking of moving to Europe or want to change cities on the same continent, you should consider Budapest as one of your main options. This city is one of the most beautiful in Central Europe and has many advantages for all types of residents; students, business people, families, etc.

Budapest, the capital of Hungary is presented to us as an open letter to consider it as one of our main options to move to another city. Nevertheless, it is necessary to know a little more about the areas and neighborhoods of it to have a better vision of what we really want. These are the best neighborhoods of Budapest, which are divided by districts.

District V

If you are thinking of moving to Europe or want to change cities on the same continent, you should consider Budapest as one of your main options. This city is one of the most beautiful in Central Europe and has many advantages for all types of residents; students, business people, families, etc.

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District VII

If you’re one of those who loves the holidays you should consider shopping in this district. There are a lot of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs here, which attracts a lot of attention from college students and young people. However, we recommend that you look for a house or apartment in adjacent areas as the noise can be annoying at times.

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District XII

In this, District XIII you can find much lower rental prices than in other areas, because the farther you are from the center the cheaper it will be. However, distance is not a problem either as you are sure to find the M3 metro stop and from there take the bus to go anywhere in just 15 minutes. Furthermore, this district is considered the sports district as it has different sports complexes.

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District I

Known as the Castle District, this area is one of the most expensive in the city. However, if money is not a problem for you then you can be sure that you will eat very well. Also, it is one of the neatest areas of the city and has a great variety of restaurants to visit.

District II

Budapest is a fairly quiet place for the most part, but if you are thinking of moving in with your family, then you should look for Buda Hills in District II of the city. It is one of the largest in the city and has several activities to offer. If you want something closer to the center you can look for Országút, in this same district. Here you can also find parks, squares, and various transport connections.

Transports

Budapest has an excellent and extensive transport system which is composed of a metro, trolleybuses, trams, and buses. As for the trams, these have three lines of which line 2 is the most outstanding, while lines 1 and 3 surround the city.

Buses have at least 200 different lines that run to every corner of the city and even adjacent areas. On the other hand, there are the 4 subway lines; the M1 considered a World Heritage Site, crosses the city from Vörösmarty tér to Mexikói út. The M2 transports passengers from the Southern Railway Station in Buda to Örs vezér ter through the city center. The M3 runs through the center and adjacent areas of the city, while the M4 links up with two railway stations.

There is always a way to get to any area or district of the city, whether by bus, tram, trolley bus, or metro, but the system is well distributed and efficient.

Budapest Tourist Attractions

Once you have decided where you are going to live in Budapest you may want to get to know the city a little better. For that, we leave you here some of the attractions and places you can visit in this great city.

Budapest Palace Quarter Tour

If you want to feel like a member of the royalty then you should come and do the walk to the Budapest Palace. Also, the tour can be extended to other parts of the city, but only in the 8th district.

Contemporary Art Instant Tour

For those who love art and want to move to this city, they should take a tour of all the art galleries in Budapest, where they will get to know the art galleries, craft workshops, and the best exhibitions in the city.

Danube

Danube is an area of the city where you will learn about the impact of the river on the city. The Danube tour will introduce you to Turkish baths, see a water tasting, and learn stories and legends about how the river divided Buda and Pest.

Budapest‘s Records

As the last recommendation of this post, we invite you to make the tour of Budapest. On this tour, you really have to pay attention so that you don’t miss any details, like the narrowest building in the city or the tallest statue.

Universities

Budapest is one of the cities with the largest range of university degrees in Europe. In this city you can find more than 20 universities, some of them are for specific studies and others have different degrees. Because there are so many universities and so many degrees offered in the city, here we will mention some of the best ones.

  • Dharma Gate Budapest Buddhist University
  • The Hungarian University of Fine Arts
  • Andrássy Budapest
  • Pázmány Péter Catholic University
  • Central European University
  • Corvinus Budapest University
  • Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
  • Obuda University
  • Semmelweis University
  • Budapest University of Theatre and Cinema
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
  • Edutus University
  • Eötvös Loránd University
  • Metropolitan University of Applied Sciences

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