Aribnb, Tripadvisor, Wikipedia and some other travel websites all you need. And Money :lol:Hi there. This is abraham from Argentina. Me & my mate are planning to visit Budapest in May 2017. We have no experience in international travel. Would any of you guys be willing to help us out, both in planning the trip and while on our visit there? If so, please PM me. Thanks.
Hungary does not have toll gates, you have to buy an electronic highway 'vignette'. It is not a physical vignette, you buy the right to use the highway for a limited time, you get a receipt and that's it. 8 euros buys you 10 days for the whole ~1500 km network. You pay this much for 100 kms in Italy/Serbia/Greece etc.3онд -7А;140629956 said:I want to visit Hungary in fall this year and I need some information.
First: is there a way to avoid a pay toll?
Second: Who controls who payed the pay toll and who didn't (traffic police, border police)
Third: Is it possible to evade?
Fourth: How long does it take to travel across the country if I use alternative roads?
Fifth: what's the quality of gas?
Sixth: are there any road gangs or frauds?
Thank you in advance.
There is a huge lack of apartments in Budapest right now, and the cheaper ones always rented within a few hours.Hello Guys,:cheers:
can you tell me how and where to find a fully furnished apartment in budapest under 500 Euro per month? Should be a quiet district, with good connection to public transport.