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Budapest ranks third in PwC hotel survey

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Budapest hotels ended in third place based on value-for-money assessments from among 48 cities worldwide, in a survey published by consultants PwC on Friday. 

The survey is based on reviews from 142 online travel agencies and review sites for the years ending February 28, 2014 and February 28, 2015. The Hungarian capital is advanced by Cape Town in South Africa and Czech capital Prague, and followed by Abu Dhabi and Johannesburg, according to value-for-money assessments.

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