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Flea and antique markets

by eakygirl69

I'm looking to travel to Budapest, or anywhere in eastern europe to be precise, to visit flea markets and make some interesting purchases - anything from furniture for home and garden, to mirrors, pictures, glassware, silverware and individual items to surprise and delight.

Can anyone literally steer me in the right direction?

Thanks.

Re: Flea and antique markets

by fischert

Hello Eakygirl,

There are two main flea market in Budapest.
The one is a bit out of city (connection with public transport) called Ecseri market. The prices are bit higher as there are a lot of tourists. On the map you will find it at the roundabout:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=hu&geocode=&q=budapest,+nagyk%91r6si+At&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=49.490703,79.013672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Budapest,+Nagyk%91r6si+At,+Magyarorsz%A1g&ll=47.43631,19.14475&spn=0.005203,0.009645&z=17

The other one is in the city in a park. The prices are moderate but the goods are not so antique just a few. There is an entrance fee (150 HUF). www.bolhapiac.com . The market is at the sign where you see on the map: "Petőfi Csarnok":
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=hu&geocode=&q=budapest,+nagyk%91r6si+At&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=49.490703,79.013672&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Budapest,+Nagyk%91r6si+At,+Magyarorsz%A1g&ll=47.513585,19.089271&spn=0.005196,0.009645&z=17

Both market worth a visit. Ecseri is closer what you're searching for but the prices are higher for tourist.

If you have further questions, feel free to ask.

Budapestian, Tamás

Re: Flea and antique markets

by bazsi79

If you want to get to Ecseri market by public transport, you can take several buses from the following two locations:

- from Határ út underground station (on line M3): buses 84E, 89E, 294E
- from Boráros tér (on tram lines 2, 4 and 6): buses 54, 55

You need to get off the buses at "Naszód utca (Használtcikk-piac)", where "Használtcikk-piac" roughly means flea market.

The trip takes about 8-10 minutes from Határ út underground station, and about 20-22 minutes from Boráros tér.

You can find bus routes and schedules here:
http://www.bkv.hu/english/busz/index.html

Re: Flea and antique markets

by eakygirl69

Thanks for that...really helpful - gives me a good starting point.

All the best.

Jane

Re: Flea and antique markets

by tamasbr

I recall that in 1999 in Budapest there was a state owned 'warehouse' full of antiques etc at very cheap prices; tuszolto utca (firefighters street). Possibly the other members might be able to give you the exact address and also if it is still open.

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Puskas Ferenc Stadium

by HORSCHECK

The area between the Keleti Station and the Puskas Ferenc Stadium (formerly known as Nepstadion) has its own dodgy charm. The stadium was built in 1953 and is nowadays a 69.000 all-seater arena. East of the Stadium is the Budapest Arena for indoor events. On weekends a flea market takes place south of the stadium just across Dozsa Gyorgy. Many Hungarian and Romanian people sell or buy all kinds of used stuff here.
Metro: Nepstadion (red line)

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