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If you love shopping, don’t miss this place. Lots and lots of shopping and the food level it very high. Lots of great food for a great price. There is a lot of souvenir shopping so you will leave with all kinds of goodies for...More
I’ve been to food markets all over the world and this seemed to underwhelm me.
First the produce stalls are mostly all the same...lines and lines of them. Then there are the raw meat stalls...yawn. Then the paprika vendors...lines and lines of them.
Mr Jekyle and Hyde or the heaven and hell .... Why so ? The building itself is very impressice piece of industrial architecture. Inside is a typical - sometimes very busy - market place where many local people buy fresh fruits, vegetables and other things....More
No need tickets to enter the market. I like it because the atm machine is near the entrance 🤣. You can pay using euro or forint. Normally, i would convert first to see which currency is cheaper to use.
How far and how long it takes is the walk on Vaci street from Vorosmarty Ter to the Central Market Hall?
May 05, 2014|
It depends on your speed. It is only 1,2 kms away, it would take me about 10 minutes, but I walk fast.
May 1st in Budapest (8 Replies)
Hi, I did a search and found a post from 2008 about May 1st. It says that all shops will be closed on May 1. I browsed through many museum websites and seems like the museums will stay open on May 1. Is that true? How about Central Market Hall? And the Szecheyni Baths? Will we have trouble finding restaurants open? We are staying at an apartment, will supermarkets be closed too?
April 07, 2009|
One more question: I understand there will be May Day festivities at Heroes Square. Can anyone tell me what time it starts/ends? Is it an all-day celebration?
Besides my itinerary, what can't I miss... (12 Replies)
Any suggestions very, very much appreciated... My eleven year old daughter is a souvenir collector (e.g., in Venice, glass candies became her favorite thing in the world very quickly). I like architecture and history, followed by wonderful restaurants. We have two days at the end of March. First day we arrive early am, check in and I plan to take the red bus, full circuit then drop off at Citadel for photos (is there a good museum there), then walk to Castle District (should we first...More
March 13, 2012|
Response fromPal V|
Your geography is a little strained. I suggest you download Google Earth and trace you plans and look for ways to be a little more linear. And remember Buda is mostly a very tall hill. And an idea. In the evening walk the embankment and enjoy the lights and the cafes. Very beautiful. Mostly just have lots of fun.