Budapest Hostels for Digital Nomads

Budapest is quickly growing in popularity as a digital nomad destination in Europe to be due its vibrant culture and it’s low prices. You will like it for its international atmosphere, gorgeous architecture, delicious street food, and unique nightlife.

Find a curated list of short-term accommodation in Budapest suitable for digital nomads, remote workers and expats.

Nomad Score: 9/10 ・ Cost of living: $1150/month ・ Internet speed: 34 Mbps

Travel Guide to Budapest for Digital Nomads

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is a popular destination for digital nomads looking for a vibrant and culturally rich city to work and explore. With its stunning architecture, delicious food, and beautiful baths, Budapest offers something for everyone.

Accommodation in Budapest can range from budget-friendly hostels to luxury apartments. Popular areas for digital nomads to stay in include District V, District VI, and District VII. District V is the city center, known for its stunning architecture, historic sites and cultural scene. District VI is a multicultural and bohemian area, known for its ruin bars and street art. District VII is a more residential area, known for its Jewish Quarter, synagogues and ruin bars.

When it comes to coworking spaces, Budapest has a variety of options for digital nomads. Some popular spaces include Impact Hub, The Mill and The Office. These spaces offer a variety of amenities including high-speed internet, meeting rooms, and a community of like-minded individuals.

When you're not working, Budapest offers a variety of activities to explore, including:

  • Architecture: Budapest is known for its stunning architecture, including the Hungarian Parliament building, Buda Castle and Matthias Church.
  • Food: Budapest has a delicious food scene, with a wide variety of traditional Hungarian dishes such as goulash, chimney cake and langos.
  • Baths: Budapest is famous for its thermal baths, including Széchenyi, Gellért and Rudas baths.
  • Art: Budapest is home to many art museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hungarian National Museum.
  • Festivals: Budapest is known for its lively festivals and events throughout the year, such as the Budapest Wine Festival and the Budapest International Documentary Festival.
  • Shopping: Budapest has a wide variety of shops, from independent boutiques to luxury brands.