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trip to budapest, 80+, need help.

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hey all
so im a class rep for a group of about 400 people and were heading to budapest. Weve booked a nice party hostel, retox, and theyre offering us some planned nights out for a few extra fees. currently a bit worried about how much theyre charging and if its a fair price for the city.

so theres an All you can drink night for 5000 huf.

a jager train night with free entry but 4000 huf for five jager bombs

a boat trip for 6500 huf include the ride, a bottle of champagne and club entry.

are these prices reasonable?
if not any advice on where to go.
even some general attractions that we missed.
any good suggestions welcome

Also a clear breakdown of the price of drink in some of the pubs, clubs, bath parties. and the price of entry youd expect.

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