Compelling History. Commanding Architecture. Frolicsome Festivals.
2018 we came for the first time to Budapest and totally loved it. So many amazing cafés and restaurants with free WiFi that you can’t cover all of them in one month. People are always hanging out by the river, playing music, setting up flea and food markets or laying in the grass chatting. For a reason the city is called “The Pearl of the Danube”.
In addition to this, the live festivals, wonderful monuments and excellent cuisine will definitely get you excited. The city is covered in stunning architecture, tiny little narrow roads that want to be discovered and hills that want to be climbed. Get ready to delve into a place that’s got plenty of character and oodles of culture; you won’t get a hit like this anywhere else.
Hungarian architecture is a wonder in and of itself. Explore Fisherman’s Bastion, which stands as an ode to more extravagant building designs from the past.
Budapest is well known for establishments known as ‘Ruin Bars’. These quirky bars are a wonderful place to relax and enjoy a tasty beverage after working all day.
Everyone expects Gulyas, paprika, stews and langos (which you definitely should try), but be prepared for a lot more! Tons of food markets, gorgeous cakes, rose ice cream & vast International food with many many choices.
Public baths are a must visit during a trip to Budapest. You can go for the public bathing experience or you can really treat yourself and go for a luxurious pampering session.
There’s always something happening in Budapest. During the month of June you get chance to join a Backstreet boys Concert, the Danube Carnival or the Kolorado Festival with the Tribe.
Hike the many trails across the Zemplen Mountains. this once volcanic region is wonderfully charming, with well established paths that have been used for generations.
You enjoy staying in the city center? That’s exactly where we are going to be! Close to the Jewish quarter of Budapest, where all the restaurants, cafés and ruin bars are to be found. Everything is going to be in walking distance and easy to reach. This year we acquired four 3-5 bedroom apartments, that have enough space for 22 Tribers to work and play.
If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to live in Budapest as a ‘digital nomad’, including internet speeds, cost of living, and coworking spaces, have a look at Nomad List’s guide. The pace of life is a bit more busy here with a lot of expats and nomads around. For that reason it was possible to upgrade our internet connection to one of the best in the city. Of course, we always have internet backups; we'll have MiFi devices with mobile data in all our homes to make sure that we can keep working productively if there are any stability issues.
Our homes are a collection of spacious apartments, in the best possible location; a quiet area just a few steps from all the action.
MAY 31 - JUNE 28 2019
Budapest is a Tier 2 chapter. Prices start from:
Private Room: $1800
Shared Room: $1100
Rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Shared rooms are usually 2, max 3 people.
City / Architecture / Culture / Festivals / River Sunsets / Foodie Heaven / Nightlife
European Summer / Lakes / Road Trips
WiFi Tribe has an annual chapter plan model: Successful applicants choose how often they want to travel with the tribe within a year and decide what chapter plan they would like. You can find out more about chapter plan prices here.