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“A real market but nothing fancy”
Jun 9, 2018
“A square with character and charm”
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Rakoczi ter, Budapest 1084, Hungary
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is not a large or fancy market. This is a real market, where real people from Pest shop. Don’t be fooled, this is not a tourist market, if you are a grocery shopper, and actually buy your food in Budapest, this is a good...More

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Reviewed June 9, 2018 via mobile

As Hungary comes of age post socialism this square with character and charm hark backs to a previous era of success now re landscaped it’s worth looking out for.

Thank Peter_wiwi
Reviewed May 8, 2018

We have been here several times in May-June and Oct 2017 as we live nearby when in Budapest. I can say without hesitation that this is the most charming metro station in Budapest. Janos Pal Papa Ter Station if nice too and so is Batthyany...More

Thank Hamesha I
Reviewed January 8, 2018

Rákóczi tér and its surroundings were once the areas of cheap brothels, which although closed in 1950, but some of the hookers remained there It was like Amsterdams red light district. Now the homeless people took it over. There is a Metro 4 station, and...More

Thank stinkwink
Reviewed December 21, 2017

There is an M4 metro station in the middle of the square. Just behind you can see the Rakoczi Market Hall, which was opened for the public in 1897. You can also access to here by tram No. 4 or 6.

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