In this guide, we hope to give you a taste of the happenings in queer Budapest.Although this guide is meant for the whole LGBTQ community, places for gay/bi men will inevitably be overrepresented, because unfortunately there are much fewer places for lesbian/bi women and other queer people than there are for men.From speed dating and singles nights to great environments that'll have you chatting to like minded lovelies in no time, the city is a hubbub of activity for singletons.
On Speed pairs up like-minded people during singles events designed around dating deal breakers.
Dating in the city can be a chore; thankfully, there is a site out there dedicated to making love connections quick, simple, and fun.
Explicitly trans-friendly spaces are unfortunately also very lacking. One of the oldest gay bars still operating, Mystery Bar is a cozy gay bar in District V, also primarily for men.
CAFÉS Why not start your day with coffee at one of Budapest’s gay and lesbian cafés? Eklektika Restolounge (District VI) caters to a gay- and lesbian-friendly theater-going clientèle and gets quite busy in the evenings.
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