Marketplaces waiting to be explored

Marketplaces waiting to be explored

If you would like to get something really Hungarian, you must visit a local market. Dive deeper, and you will find quality Hungarian food and drinks, traditional handmade gifts and special souvenirs.

Central Market Hall (aka. Great Market Hall) (in Hungarian: Vásárcsarnok)
IX. district, Budapest, Vámház avenue 1-3
The largest market in Budapest with food, beverages, wines, souvenirs, restaurants. Often there are thematic days of foreign countries.
Web: www.piaconline.hu
 


Ecseri Flea Market
 (in Hungarian: Ecseri Piac)
19th district, Budapest, Nagykőrösi road 156
The place where you can find everything from antiquities, used tools, artwork, porcelain, old books to furniture, and so much more you can't even imagine.
Web: www.ecseri.hu

Lehel Square Market (in Hungarian: Lehel Csarnok)
This odd-looking building with curved buttresses and swooping bridges in bright yellow and blue must have seemed very modern in 2002, but nowadays, well... The interior is spacious and lively and you will a million types of high quality Hungarian food and beverages, meat, vegetables, preserves, spices and so on.
Web: www.kozszolgaltato.bp13.hu

 

Fény Street Market (in Hungarian: Fény Utcai Piac)
strapped onto the side of Mammut I shopping centre, this three story market is light, airy and fun to wander around. You will find high quality Hungarian food and beverages, meat, vegetables, preserves, spices and so on.
Web: www.fenyutcaipiac.hu

Budapest Flower Market (in Hungarian: Budapesti Virágpiac)
This market offers you everything to do with flowers. Local and foreign cut flowers, seeds, houseplants, plant-care products, flowerpots, plastic flowers and plants, candles, ceramics, special balloons.
Web: www.viragpiac.hu

For the full list of permanent markets in Budapest click here!

Explore the regions of Hungary
Hungary The Puszta and Lake Tisza Eger-Tokaj Wine Region Budapest and Surroundings Balaton Pannonia