Living in Budapest and leveraging on all the fun and in/outdoor activities the city offers might be a tedious task, if you don't speak Hungarian. This is especially true if you want to learn dancing. The idea itself is very good, as at the dance class you can meet other people, get contacts and lower your stress level. You don't need to understand what the teacher says, in most cases it's enough if you copy it. (Although most of the instructors do speak English, and per request repeat the most important information in English as well.) If you already have a dance partner, that's good, but absolutely not a requirement. Most teachers use the technique of changing partners continously to facilitate learning.
So, you got the idea, you may already have an interest in one or more dance styles, but how to find the dance courses? It is a challenge even for Hungarians to google out the dance schools, try to find the beloved dance style and find a beginner course which starts in the next few weeks. Not to mention the location of the lesson, which preferably should not be on the other side of Budapest. I'm glad to share you the good news: Challenge accepted, problem solved! We have created this site (Táncválasztó - in English: Dance chooser) exacly to address this task. In the list below you can find only beginner courses you can still join (either the course hasn't started yet, or there were just 1-2 lessons, so you can join). For this reason you may find the same dance course 3 times in the list with a one-week shift in the starting date. There are courses you can join any time (like Zumba, Jazz), they are marked with "Folyamatos:" in the title.
To further simplify things, you can book/apply online, so all you need is to show up at your first dance class. After the booking we will verify again if the dance course takes place, and you will get a notification via e-mail.