Flea/ Street Markets in Budapest

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Flea & Street Markets in Budapest

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  • Luise R
    20 contributions
    Nice fresh produce and very friendly people come together every Sunday for this very social farmers market. It’s definitely a highlight on Budapest trip
    Written 2 April 2022
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  • patraveller2007
    Philadelphia, PA1,019 contributions
    Lehel Market is 3 stops on the M-3 from central Budapest. Unlike the Central Market, this market is mainly used by locals. Almost none of the merchants speak a language other vthan their own. Prices are much lower than in the center of Budapest. Lots of bakeries, butchers and produce vendors. Truly gives you the flavor of the local culture.
    Written 15 August 2019
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  • Dysproz
    Warsaw, Poland85 contributions
    A very nice place to visit, but there's not a lot of interesting things to buy. It's more a stones and tacky souvenirs market. However, there's a lot of interesting bars and restaurants to try.
    Written 14 June 2022
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  • Ron M
    Den Helder, The Netherlands14 contributions
    I was there on a Wednesday afternoon. Unfortunately a lot of the stalls were closed. Those who were opened however had some nice things to display. From military stuff to old toys to furniture. A lot of things you can find there. If you are looking for a extraordinary souvenir I think you will find it there.
    Written 15 October 2019
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  • jeff1955malaysia
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia4,930 contributions
    it is the local market with all kinds of groceries. most of the pproducts are local grown. you also have baker with fresh baked bread and cakes.
    Written 20 January 2020
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  • PIERRE D
    Edinburgh, United Kingdom18 contributions
    as explained not straight forward to get to in the suburb but it is worth the effort but few people speak English be warned
    Written 21 March 2019
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  • Meri P
    London, UK127 contributions
    I did this have down on my to do list but it was actually just chance we came across it when wandering the streets..I wouldn't go out of my way to visit. Variety of bits a bobs for sale but nothing overly unique you couldn't find elsewhere.
    Written 13 October 2019
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  • Mark F
    Brentwood, UK67 contributions
    Lots of dealers and plenty of crates to dig through. Plenty of International pressings rather than local music and well worth a visit. Prices seemed a bit heavy in general but didn’t have the time to properly bargain hunt. Tip for anyone visiting from the UK is to have plenty of small change in Euros.
    Written 11 December 2019
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  • Danno_99
    Europe1,779 contributions
    We found this on a list of Budapest flea markets. Open on Saturday mornings (possibly also Sundays ?) - took the Metro to the end of the line (Újpest-Központ) and it was about a hundred yards from the station.

    The outdoor flea market had about a couple of hundred tables, with people selling EVERYTHING. Prices as expected were cheap. Seems to be off the beaten track - saw zero tourists. It was a nice day, and the square itself was very picturesque.

    There are also a couple of (indoor) markets next to the square - mostly food (fruits, vegetables etc) and flowers, some bric-a-brac as well. Also some places to eat.

    We liked it - a very nice look at a slice of local life, off the tourist path.
    Written 5 March 2017
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  • David H
    7 contributions
    Best gourmet supermarket in Budapest with a beautiful assortment of cheeses, hams & salamis, antipasti, and ambient grocery products. Here you can also buy fresh bakery products, fruits & vegetables, and quality fresh meat. The restaurant offers good dishes with authentic taste. We just simply loved this place!
    Written 13 April 2017
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel34,939 contributions
    This is an ordinary so-called "authentic" Hungarian street market, which mostly serves as a tourists' trap, with prices higher than other markets in town.
    Written 13 September 2020
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