05 November 2015 by Anna Staford
Is Hungary safe? Despite being a relatively safe country, Hungary still has a number of pitfalls even an experienced traveller may find unexpected. This article gives general description of what to beware and how to avoid most common mishaps when in Hungary.
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You may meet them in public transport or simply in the street. Note that they have various ways of getting money from you from singing right next to you till you pay them to go away to snatching some of your things. Politely refusing to pay almost never works, so the best way to not get robbed is to walk away.
Take out travel insurance to travel to Hungary with peace of mind. A small investment beforehand can easily save you unexpected high costs in the future.
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