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A really good market central to the city. We went to try out the ‘street food’ and it was delicious although it is a little expensive compared to other outlets in Budapest. This is probably due to the amount of tourists that visit the upper...More
Wrap up warm if you visit in winter as this market hall is cold. But it's worth it as it is beautiful. There are loads of food stalls on the ground floor. Upstairs the first floor has more tourist items such as embroidered cloths, gorgeous...More
DECEIVE !!!! The prices then are others !!! For every extra ingredient they offer, they charge € 1. without telling you, the drinks directly add the large ones to you and it turns out that later they are more expensive than what they expose because...More
We always look for the opportunity to visit markets when traveling. This is a nice market, combining both lots of local food products on the ground floor, while offering all the tourist souvenir stuff on the first floor. One advise, stay away from the foodcorner,...More
Our guide made sure that we visited the central market hall so that we could see one of the most famous features of Budapest. The market is large and extraordinarily diverse. Of course, I bought strudel, but there was so much there. Flowers, produce, meat,...More
We had a spare hour during our city break to Budapest so we decided to visit the Central Hall Market. It is located close to the Liberty Bridge and Fovam ter metro station just off the riverside, so it’s really easy to get to. The...More
The downstairs of the market is not really for tourists but upstairs is great for lunch. There are so many food outlets selling traditional Hungarian food. It is super buzzing. We went around 2pm and you could hardly move therefore I would recommend going a...More
Seems like a place for grocery shopping with fruit, veg and meat on the ground floor, fish in the basement and eateries upstairs where you can buy some local dishes. We had a langos each and I would say less is more - one is...More
The structure of the huge market is fascinating. On the ground floor there’s a huge choice of fresh fruit, veg, meat and cheese. There are also lots of stalls selling paprika aimed at the tourist market. The prices vary considerably. So check the prices.
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.