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Central Market Hall

The Central Market Hall (Nagy Vasarcsarnok in Hungarian) is Budapest's biggest covered market. The market mainly sells provisions like fish, meat, vegetables, fruit, cheese etc. You'll find local produce as well, like foie gras, peppers in all shapes...

Szamos Marcipan

You don't have to look far to find real sweet treats! That's because Szamos marzipan supplies sweets throughout all of Budapest. The company was made famous by its marzipan flowers, flowers made entirely of delicious marzipan. The doll confections, f...

Tisza Cipo Márkabolt

During the communist regime, this shop had the monopoly of sport shoes and clothing. During the fall of the communist regime, and when democracy was introduced to Hungary, other shops joined the competition in sport clothing. In the meantime, this sh...

Unicum shop

Unicum is a genuine Hungarian drink and is indissolubly tied to Hungarian culture. It's a bitter liqueur that's prepared from over 40 different herbs and left to mature in oak barrels. Unicum has been manufactured by the Zwack family according to an...

Flea markets

Budapest has a long tradition of flea markets, and visiting one is highly recommended. Enjoy a stroll among the numerous small stands, constantly on the look out for second-hand clothing, bric-a-brac or maybe even a string of pearls. All sorts of thi...

WestEnd City Centre

Indulge yourself completely at WestEnd City Centre. The shopping centre has three floors and sells practically everything under the sun. Besides having over 400 shops, it also has a cinema and various restaurants. Once you've finished shopping, you c...

Budapest is de hoofdstad van Hongarije

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