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Nice place to see and visit. The shops are organised. So it's easy to find of what you're looking for. There are also some restaurants upstairs selling street food and mostly Hungarian food which was good.
It’s a market. Quite a big one. There isn’t really much more to say on that. But what is worth knowing is that there is a food court type area on the upper floor. Cheap local food in basic surroundings, great if you need to...More
Like many other European cities Budapest too has a big market hall which is not only a market for locals but also a hot tourist attraction.
The ground floor has shops selling fruits, vegetables, meats, different kind of sausages, cheese and the famous Hungarian paprika....More
I loved the Central Market. It is "touristy" but it's also a great glimpse into life in Budapest. I could have spent several hours here, but you should at least do a quick walk-through. I bought several souvenirs and sampled lots of food.
Went here for lunch. It was nice to stroll around the booths but it felt a bit touristy. The food in the first floor was good but not amazing. You have to pay for EVERYTHING -every Topping, every Pickle and every splash of Sour creme,...More
Don’t eat any lunch before going here as the food on the first floor looked absolutely amazing - sadly I’d had a big breakfast. Lots of the usual souvenir tat ... some of the fruit and veg looked delicious but there was an abundance of...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.