Budapest is far safer than most international cities it is suggested
all your bags and hide your jewelry & other valuables while commuting
or walking in public places.
not attract attention to yourself by showing large amounts of cash
or expensive jewelry.
all valuables in the safe of your hotel.
poorly lit or overcrowded areas.
not change money in the streets.
not show your room keys in public or leave them on restaurant tables
at the swimming pool or other places where they can be easily stolen.
restaurants night clubs & bars be careful and check actual prices
before you order or enter (your hotel information desk will most
likely steer you in the right direction).
the utmost discretion and caution with regards to rented vehicles.
your hotel information desk for the names of reputable taxi companies
and other safety tips.
not leave valuables in your vehicle.
you return to your hotel late at night use the main entrance of
the hotel. Look around before you enter car parks.
careful about inviting strangers to your room.
the door securely when you are in your room and use all of the locks.
not answer the door in a hotel room without checking who it is.
If a person says he or she is an employee call the front desk and
ask if someone from their staff should have access to your room
you see anything suspicious please tell the management.