Time Required : 2 hours
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
Timings : Monday: 6 AM to 5 PM . Tuesdays to Friday: 6 AM to 6 PM . Saturday: 6 AM to 3 PM . Sundays: Closed
With a façade of patterned orange bricks and tiled roofs, the Great Market Hall in Budapest, Hungary is the oldest and largest indoor market to be built in 1897. The stalls and counters here indulge in the sale of exotic spices, Hungarian wines and seasonal products along with souvenirs, clothes and Hungarian snacks, making this market space a popular spot for tourists as well as locals. The Great Market Hall makes it to the list of top Budapest attractions and if you decide to visit this place, carry a few bags and some time in hand.
At the end of the famous Váci Street in the Pest side of Budapest sits the oldest indoor market of the city – the Great Market Hall. With its completion in 1897, this market has witnessed World Wars and has undergone alterations in its structure with tiled roofs and patterned front to become a tourist attraction of the city. It was with the construction of Central Market Hall that rules were enacted for the proper inspection and governance of food, and a mechanism which was fair to the vendors of the city. In the three floors of this market, a wide variety of fruits, spices, bags, clothes, souvenirs, traditional crafts, Hungarian wines and paprika are available along with a self-service style cafeteria, the Fakanal Restaurant where you can hop into after your shopping.
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