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Historical and Cultural Guided Tour of Budapest
"I pick you up from your hotel or wherever is most comfortable for you and we head straight to the City Park this is where our tour starts. City Park has many sightseeing opportunities including the glorious Vajdahunyad Castle Széchenyi bath (the largest thermal bath in the capital) the Zoo and an outdoor Ice skating rink. We then head to Hero's Square where I will give you a short lesson regarding the most important figures in Hungarian history.Along the famous Andrássy Avenue
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Budapest Private Market Visit with a Local
"Visit the local market and try some national specialities at the best vendors during your private guided tour with Cecilia. Your market visit will be your opportunity to sample the best Hungarian food on offer at the market. For example sample the famous Hungarian salami strudel cheese pogácsa (cheese scones) lángos and so on. You will also find out about Hungarian food culture and the History of the Great Market Hall which is one of the most beautiful buildings in Budapest and an architectural wonder.This is the plan:Meet up - Meet at the market and start our food journey First stop - Learn about Market Hall's history and wander around
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Budapest City Tour with Danube River Sightseeing Cruise Ticket
"Leave your centrally located Budapest hotel in an air-conditioned minivan and head for the famous Chain Bridge on the Danube River. View the massive edifice which was built in 1849 and was the first permanent bridge between Buda and Pest. Pass the vast neo-Gothic Parliament Building and cross the Margaret Bridge to the UNESCO-listed Buda Castle District. This fortified hilltop district dates to the 13th century and reached it zenith in the 15th century when Hungary’s King Matthias built a palace here. Explore the cobbled streets and view its showpiece monuments such as the Matthias Church and Buda Castle (also called the Royal Palace). Then walk onto the Fisherman’s Bastion terrace to drink in the stunning views of the city and Danube below.After a stop at Gellért Hill cross the Elizabeth Bridge and head into Pest to see the Central Market Hall Dohány Street Synagogue
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Central Market Hall - Nagy Vasarcsarnok Tips (43)

Central Market Hall

Budapest's Central Market Hall is housed in a majestic building originally built in 1896 and completely restored in 1999. It's a great place to go if you're looking for souvenirs - the first floor is...
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Nov 11, 2012

A Feast for the Senses!

This is one of Budapest's biggest markets and one of my favorite spots in the city. Even if I don't buy anything, I still like to walk around and see what's available. I'm always cooking or baking...
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Aug 22, 2012

Central Pest: Great Market Hall

Due to its size, fame and central location, the Grand Market Hall has become a bit touristy now, but still functions as a work-a-day market place for many locals. It's a great place to come if you are...
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Jul 05, 2011

Shop 'Til You Drop

The Great Market Hall in Budapest is the largest indoor market in the city and an architectural monument in itself. The market is closed on Sundays but other days it opens early (sometimes as early as...
Apr 01, 2011

Market Hall (Grand Market Hall - Nagyvasarcsarnok)

The Central Market is a must see for anyone who enjoys the sights, sounds and smells of markets. There are almost 200 stalls on 3 levels with cafes and restaurants on the top floor. There are stalls...
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Nov 17, 2010

Best prices in town for gifts

We had a walk through in the afternoon and found fresh fruit, vegetables, meats, fish, anything you want, it's there! Best seen prices on paprika, wine and other handicrafts---even Tshirts were a...
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Jun 25, 2010

Central Market Hall

If I am not totally wrong then Budapest has five historic Market halls. This one is the largest, 150 m long, which was opened in 1897 and thoroughly restored in the 1990s. The ground floor has many...
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Apr 05, 2010

Central Market Hall

The Central Market is a must see for anyone who enjoys the sights, sounds and smells of markets. There are almost 200 stalls on 3 levels with cafes and restaurants on the top floor. There are stalls...
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Sep 29, 2009

Yum, yum, yum

The Central Market Hall or Nagkcsarnok is perhaps my favourite place to eat in all of Budapest. I know, that sounds like a bit of a cheesy statement, given that you have to eat from plastic containers...
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Jan 17, 2009


The biggest and most beautiful market hall that was built at the end of the 19th century is the Central Market Hall located close to Kálvin square, which is easily accessible wit the tram number 47...
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Jan 02, 2009

Market Shopping

Built beginning in 1894, the intent was to bring shoppers from the expanded city to one place to buy all that is needed. It burned 1/2 of the roof before it opened. The re-opening was in 1987. The...
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Aug 09, 2008

Central Market

There is a great varitey of products in the market, also small restaurants whith good prices. Visit the three floors.Look also the architecture of the market: the modernist style, the colonnes, the...
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Jul 26, 2008
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Things to Do Near Central Market Hall - Nagy Vasarcsarnok

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National Museum - Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum

I thought it was a rather small collection considering it is a national museum. Though it was fairly chronological it was a bit hard to follow since so little of the exhibition had any description in...
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Danube River

The Danube is the longest river in the European Union and passes through ten countries and four capitals including Budapest, it is also the dividing line that separates Buda from Pest. It is because...
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Gellert Baths

Budapest is famous for its hot springs, and many baths and spas were established here because of these geological phenomenon. The Gellert Baths are among the most famous. Once you pay your entrance...
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Rudas Baths

Costs 3200 ft for access to thermal baths. 2200 ft for access to swimming pool only, and 4200 ft for both. No early exit concessions. Good on grey winter days as you are under a Turkish hammam cupola...
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Great Synagogue - Central Synagogue

I visited this venerable synagogue in Budapest many years ago in the 1980s. Then, its grand interior was somewhat dilapidated. I can see from recent photographs (see attached picture) that this...
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Citadella - Citadel

I visit Citadella three times already. From the top of the Citadel, there is a best panoramic view over the city, over the Danube and its eight bridges. It is a huge complex. It offers two specific...
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Getting to Central Market Hall - Nagy Vasarcsarnok


Vamhaz Korut 1-3


  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday 06:00 to 17:00
  • Tuesday 06:00 to 18:00
  • Wednesday 06:00 to 18:00
  • Thursday 06:00 to 18:00
  • Friday 06:00 to 18:00
  • Saturday 06:00 to 15:00