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    Pharmacies

    by budapest8 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Ambrozia

    Pecs, 24-26, Rakoczi u
    Phone: *3672/515-358
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-17.00

    Ametiszt

    Pecs, 60, Nagy Imre u.
    Phone: *3672/549-360
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.30

    Arany Kehely

    Pecs, 10, Citrom u.
    Phone: *3672/510-185
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-18.00, sat: 8.00-12.00

    Arany Sas

    Pecs, 2, Szechenyi square
    Phone: *3672/532-504
    opening hours: mo-fr: 7.00-20.00, sat: 8.00-13.00

    Barbakan

    Pecs, 2, Garay u.
    Phone: *3672/511-872
    opening hours mo-thurs: 8.00-17.00, fr: 8.00-16.00, sat: 8.00-11.00

    Borostyan

    Pecs, 52, Aradi vertanuk u.
    Phone: *3672/515-096
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-18.30, sat: 8.00-12.00

    Csontvary

    Pecs, 4, Jurisics u.
    Phone: *3672/310-064
    opening hours mo-thurs: 7.30-17.00, fr: 7.30-16.00

    Ezust Hars

    Pecs, 62, Ady E. u
    Phone: *3672/333-193
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-17.00

    Fonix

    Pecs, 8, Koztarsasag square
    Phone: *3672/314-077
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.30

    Fortuna

    Pecs, 24, Faludi F.u
    Phone: *3672/252-003
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.50-17.00

    Granatalma

    Pecs, 5, Szechenyi square
    Phone: *3672/332-988
    opening hours: mo-thurs: 8.00-16.00, fr: 8.00-14.00

    Hungaria

    Pecs, 47, Hungaria u
    Phone: *3672/314-249
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-17.00

    Igazgyongy

    Pecs, 14, Galamb u.
    Phone: tel.: *3672438-915
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.00

    Kamilla

    Pecs, 63/a, Komloi u.
    Phone: tel.: *3672/239-303
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.00

    Koczian

    Pecs, 57, Komloi u
    Phone: *3672/239-400
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-12.00 and 12.30-17.30

    Koronas Kígyo

    Pecs, 44, Szabadsag u.
    Phone: *3672/333-077
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-18.00, sat: 8.00-12.00

    Magyar Korona

    Pecs, 2, Csontvary u.
    Phone: *3672/412-594
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.30

    What to buy: The beginning of the 20th century witnessed the foundation of the great establishments of the Hungarian pharmaceutical industry (Richter, Chinoin)

    Mecsekalja

    Pecs, 2/a, Páfrány u.
    Phone: *3672/254-841
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.00

    Melinda

    Pecs, 30, Nagy Imre u.
    Phone: *3672/436-022
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-12.00 and 13.00-17.30, sat: 8.00-12.00

    Mentha

    Pecs, 43, Aidinger u.
    Phone: : *3672/532-643
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.00-18.00, sat: 8.00-12.00

    Merleg

    Pecs, 10, Varsany u.
    Phone: *3672/446-393
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-17.30

    Mozsonyi

    Pecs, 6, Bajcsy Zs. u.
    Phone: *3672/315-604
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.00-19.00, sat: 7.00-14.00

    Orangyal

    Pecs, 81, Kiraly u.
    Phone: *3672/311-572
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.30

    Pannon

    Pecs, 2, Ifjusag u.
    Phone: *3672/332-819
    opening hours mo-fr: 8.00-16.30, sat: 8.00-12.00
    Pharmacy

    Pecs, 8, Bethlen G. u.
    Phone: *3672/337-826
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-12.00 and 12.30-16.00

    Rokus

    Pecs, 5, Rokus u.
    Phone: *3672/333-650
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-17.00, sat: 9.00-12.00

    Rozsnyai

    Pecs, 16, Diana square
    Phone: *3672/438-092
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.00-19.30, sat: 7.00-12.00

    Schulek

    Pecs, 2, Dr. Veress E. u.
    Phone: *3672/255-920
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.00-20.00

    Szent Borbala

    Pecs, 227, Komloi u.
    Phone: *3672/240-375
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-16.00

    Szent Jozsef

    Pecs, 63, Zsolnay V. u.
    Phone: *3672/313-882
    opening hours: 8.00-16.30

    Szerecsen

    Pecs, 1, Apaca u.
    Phone: *3672/315-702
    opening hours mo-thurs: 8.00-16.00, fr: 8.00-14.00
    ((Temporarily closed!))

    Winkler

    Pecs, 4, Munkacsy M. u.
    Phone: *3672/511-022
    opening hours mo-frk: 7.00-19.00

    Zsolnay

    Pecs, 8, Zsolnay V. u.
    Phone: *3672/516-760
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-19.30, sat: 7.30-13.30

    Ottorony

    Pecs, 11, Polgarszolo u.
    Phone: *3672/441-033
    opening hours mo-fr: 7.30-12.00 and 13.00-17.30, sat: 8.00-12.00

    What to pay: If you have a EU health Insurance card, you may get 50% off if you ask the doctor to write your 20 digit number on the doctors prescription and present your passport at the Pharmacy. Not all Pharmacies can understand the 20 digit number so find the biggest Pharmacy or try several, as you don`t have a Hungarian Health Insurance number (12 digits) you have to find a Pharmacy that has a computer that understands the new system.
    Be patient, unless you have to get stroke medicine which costs a fortune then don`t be stingy for a few Euros, you should be prepared when you travel abroad.

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Seniors
    • Disabilities

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    Antiqvarium at Jokai ter: finding postcards from Austro Hungarian time

    by picek Updated Mar 16, 2011

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    nicely decorated window as in Secession time

    This small second hand bookshop takes ideal location by Jokai square, therefore it is hard to miss it. And why not enter it once you're there, despite your very basic Hungarian - or none at all? Here's place to find literature and other printed things - more or less second hand, but I noticed a few guides and maps, too.
    Browse the book and book titels, eventually you may find something foreign too. Othewise, see their old post card collection and dig the black and white paper with images of some distant time.

    What to buy: old postcards, used books, new books and guides, lexicons, replicas of old maps, old photos. More or less all books are in Hungarian - so if you're lucky to be able to speak the language you've found the great place with great books. If you cannot - you can just see inside anyways and buy thier old, stamped postcards - most interesting are those of A-H era.

    What to pay: 4 postcards relived my wallet for 1000 HUF. Each one comes with different price.

    Related to:
    • Historical Travel
    • Museum Visits

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    Marcipan Bolt: Too cute to eat

    by JessieLang Updated Oct 7, 2010

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    Pecs is known for marzipan, and this shop has wonderful little marzipan animals, cartoon figures, flowers, etc. They also had undecorated marzipan in various flavors, and it is delicious. The helpful clerk even found packaging for me that allowed the little figures to travel home safely with me.

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    Vásár (Pécs market): Antiques and everything else

    by Strombus Written Jun 22, 2008

    The market held in Pécs every Sunday morning is a must see. If you are lucky enough to be here on the first Sunday of a month, you can visit the Nagyvásár (Grand market), where vendors come from all over Hungary, a few even from Romania, Croatia or Serbia. If you are here on an other Sunday, it will be just the regular market. Don't be disappointed, it will be still big enough for you.
    My favourite part of the market is the rows and rows of antigues: china, and glass products, Zsolnay porcelan, old silverware, old coal irons, old sewing machines, coffee grinders, tools, bronze statues, old clocks, old coins (even from the Roman times!), banknotes, antique furniture (often surprisingly cheap), old painting, old photos and post cards, used books, old locks, embroidered table clothes, folk costumes,... impossible to list it all.

    The larger part of the market is for new things, everything you can imagine. Clothing goods are cheap, but mostly not very good quality. I love buying honey here (great variety, low prices). Vowen baskets are popular items. You can also buy fruits and vegetables.

    Eat a lángos or hurka for lunch at one of the stools! Not the healthies foods, but it they are worth it! You need them if you want the complete market feeling. :-)

    The market is held on the Vásártér (Market place) in Kertváros (a district on the Southern part of Pécs) and is open from about 7 am to 1 pm, gets very crowded between 10 and 12. Though you can easily get here by bus from downtown, the buses coming here are usually very crowded, the ride is not pleasant, you are better of taking a taxi. Call Volan taxi, they are reliable. It should cost about $10 from anywhere downtown. Ask the price before getting in, just to be on the safe side. If you come with your own car, there is a huge parking lot available. You have to pay 500 forints (about $ 3) for the parking.

    When on the market, watch out for your vallet!

    If you can, take a Hungarian friend with you, try to look Hungarian and keep you mouth shut while your friend negotiates the price of the item you would like to buy. Prices of antiques are often higher for foreigners than for Hungarians. One should try to bargain, but one may not succeed, some sellers fix their prices. If you can get 20% off, feel very lucky.
    You cannot bargain at other parts of the market, only at the antique section!

    If you are not in the shopping mood, don't bve afraid, noone will force anything on you - the market is still worth seeing.

    What to buy: See listed above.

    What to pay: Depends on your self-restrain.

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    Arkadok: Largest shopping center in Pecs

    by janika Written Nov 3, 2007

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    Arkadok Shopping center entrance

    Arkadok is one of the largest shopping centers in Pecs. It's all indoors, so during bad weather, it's a perfect place to hang out. There are all kinds of stores inside, Books, Leather, Local art, Electronics, Fashion, Shoes, beauty, Flower, Pet shop, Travel agencies, Photo, Pottery, and many, many more. Upstairs is the eatery section where you can find from the Chinese food to Pizza, soups, sandwich and traditional Hungarian Pastries. Photography is not permitted and security is everywhere, so it is a safe place to be.

    What to buy: Everything

    Related to:
    • Seniors
    • Business Travel

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  • a hordo: Wines

    by popi3 Written Jul 20, 2007

    Very beautiful shop in the heart of town for bay wines.
    We bay 2 bottles Lisicza Pecsi but we dont open,we will open in special occasion.

    What to buy: Wines

    What to pay: The more expencive cost 2300ft is usual prize for good wine and in Hellas.

    Related to:
    • Wine Tasting

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    Marketplace: Unique attractions

    by cobrioc Updated Aug 8, 2003

    If you really wish to see unique attractions, go to Pécs to see the stall market at the Marketplace.

    What to buy: Number of small shops, restaurants, galleries, and second-hand bookstores. If you really wish to see unique attractions, go to Pécs to see the stall market at the Marketplace, organized on the first Sunday of each month: you will find almost everything ranging from popular art objects and garments some hundred years old, through masterpieces of artisans and popular artists, to decorative and consumer goods.

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    Unknown: Pretty little mall

    by kaloz Written Nov 27, 2002

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    Shopping Centre

    Pecs is just so pretty. Look at the nice finishing touches on this shopping centre. There are many shops and you can get whatever strikes your fancy.

    What to buy: I loved the porcelein at the Zsolnay factory. There is a museum there of their wares and it is a must see, even if you don't buy.

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