Top shops and markets Budapest

Top shops and markets Budapest

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Westend city center

Clothes and accessories

One of the biggest shopping malls in Budapest located very close to the center. You can find anything you are looking for here. In the under passage there are also Chinaese shops with different things to offer.

Opening times:
Shops: Mon – Sat: 10.00 - 20.00, Sunday: 10.00 - 18.00
Restaurants, Cafés: Every day: 8.00 - 22.00
Cinema City Ticket Office: Every day: 9.30 – 22.30

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Castle Bazaar

Markets / Specialties

The series of buildings and gardens, known as Várkert bazár, with its arcaded shops and Baroque gardens are likely to be one of the iconic sights of the capital city that were built in the 19.th century (between 1875-1883) by the designs of Miklós Ybl architect (he designed, among many other buildings and mansions, the Opera House).The Castle Bazaar started deteriorating at the beginning of the last century and it was severely damaged during the Second World War, by 1996 it was already listed as one of the hundred most endangered national monuments of the world, but since the Bazaar and Royal Gardens are part of the UNESCO’s World Heritage sites (since 1987), along with Buda Castle and the Danube riverbanks, the monument had to be restored to its original state.

. In the reconstructed building complex exhibition halls and a multifunctional event hall have also been formed. A visitor’s center for tourists was created housing restaurants and an info point.
In the halls of the northern row of shops, an area for commerce has been created where the so-called hungaricum products may be purchased (paprika, hand-crafted objects, magnets and so on)

For detailed exhibitions list and events check out their website.

Opening hours:
Institution: Every day 10:00-18:00
Exhibitions: Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-17:30. Mondays closed.
Garden: Every day 6:00-24:00

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Downtown Market

Markets / Specialties

Downtown Market was fully renovated and the upgrade is designed to help rural and farm products enter the market, as well as to ensure that inner city residents can get fresh Hungarian products of guaranteed high quality in the heart of Budapest.
Open from Monday to Saturday.

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Szputnyik Shop

Others / Warehouses

Szputnyik Shop is a fashion concept born as a mixture of old and new, romantic vintage and provocative, modern styles. An astonishingly unusual spot in the hungarian fashion field, where everyone can easily find the clothes most fitting to one’s character and style.

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Allee

Clothes and accessories

The newest mall in the heart of Buda side.

Opening hours
Shops

Monday - Saturday:
10:00 - 21:00
Sunday:
10:00 - 19:00
Restaurants, coffee shops

Monday - Saturday:
09:00 - 22:00
Sunday:
09:00 - 20:00
Interspar

Monday - Saturday:
07:00 - 22:00
Sunday:
08:00 - 19:00
Gilda Max Fitness

Monday - Sunday:
00:00 - 24:00

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4/5

Central Market Hall

Markets / Specialties

If you want to travel back in history and find the most typical hungarian spices and food then you must visit the Central Market Hall. This is the largest indoor market in Budapest. History goes back the 1860s when it has been already suggested that the food supply to the capital city should be improved by the construction of market halls. Traders could sell their wares in the hall from 1 February 1897 and since then in 2013 CNN choose the Central Market Hall of Budapest as the greatest one in Europe.
The Central Market Hall also won the 1st place among the five most vibrant city markets in Europe, followed by Mercat de San Josep de la Boqueira in Barcelona, The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, the Portobello Road market in London and Les Puces in Paris.

You can find vegetables, fruits, hungaricums and folk art.

Opening hours:
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 6 am – 5 pm
Tuesday: 6 am – 6 pm
Wednesday: 6 am – 6 pm
Thursday: 6 am – 6 pm
Friday: 6 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 6 am -3 pm

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4/5

Arena Mall

Clothes and accessories

Aréna Plaza is the biggest mall in Central Europe still it's very easy to find the shops. It's my personal favourite place to go for a shopping spare.
You can find all Inditex shops like Zara and also branded premium clothes in Peek & Cloppenburg. But it has a huge cinema as well, offering VIP with unlimited food.



Opening hours:
SHOPS
Mon- Thu 10.00 – 21.00
Fri – Sat 10.00 – 22.00
Sunday 10.00 – 19.00
RESTAURANTS, CAFÉS*
Every day 08.00 – 24.00
TESCO
Mon – Sat 6.00 – 22.00
Sunday 7.00 – 20.00


CINEMA CITY TICKET OFFICE
Every day 09.30 – 22.30

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Fashion street

Clothes and accessories

The main fashion street of Budapest located in the heart of the city. It offers many different brands and shops, including souvenir shops and restaurants, prices are probably the highest in the city though.
It is very special in the wintertime, since we have christmas market there with many hungarian specialties.

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