The most fabulous travel & tourist guide of Hungary for gay people and everybody who  fits in with the LGBT+ bubble.

We are providing all the interesting and necessary information about the most beautiful city of Europe focusing on LGBT+ friendly venues and gay-related events. Besides being your free and reliable source of Budapest and Hungary, you can follow our recommendations and toplists to make the most of your time while visiting our ever-crowded lovely capital.

BUDAPEST is gaining more and more popularity among tourists and adventure seekers from all around the world by offering dozens of opportunities to immerse yourself in. Our capital is fun, relaxing, romantic and affordable!

GAY TRAVELLERS love our marvelous capital! The past decades of Hungary have brought not only a great deal of tolerance but one of the most lively gay scene tourists in East-Europe have ever experienced. You will easily find beauty, history, excitement, and friendly faces in Budapest!

PINK BUDAPEST will help & guide you through all the sights, venues and events definitely worth a visit in Budapest! From a gay point of view.

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Budapest is a lot more artsy and open-minded than we thought – Interview with Roxanne and Maartje

Roxanne and Maartje have traveled around the world together. Commemorating their amazing trips in a blog as well as on a video channel, the lovely couple thrives on travel. When…

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Budapest is a lot more artsy and open-minded than we thought – Interview with Roxanne and Maartje
6 spring date ideas to enjoy the magic of Budapest

6 spring date ideas to enjoy the magic of Budapest

Budapest is a magical city, no one can deny that. With the cold winter days behind us, and the ever-warmer spring days giving us plenty of reasons to leave our…

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I’m a tourist in my hometown – Interview with Luca and Réka

Two Hungarian girls fell in love in Hoboken, lived in NYC, then returned to Budapest. Let’s meet Réka and Luca! Where are you from? We’re both from Hungary. What is…

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I’m a tourist in my hometown – Interview with Luca and Réka