Andrássy Avenue

A spectacular, tree-lined avenue connecting the city centre (Erzsébet Square) with the Heroes' Square. It was built for the millenial celebrations of 1896, and is known for the metro line that runs...

Bálna

Opened in 2013, Bálna is Budapest's contemporary answer to the adjacent Great Market Hall: it is a modern glass building resembling a whale in shape (hence the name), filled with shops, a contempor...

Downtown Market in Hold Street

A two-floor food market (piac in Hungarian) a stone's throw from the Parliament, whose origins date back to 1891. Market vendors sell fresh fruit, vegetables, and local products such as grey cattle...

Ecseri Flea Market

No visit to Budapest is complete without some hunt for the treasures of bygone times. Although you'll easily find an antique shop in any district of the city centre, the Ecseri piac is well worth a...

Fashion Street

The concept behind this downtown street is to provide a classy atmosphere for shopping and leasure time with friends. Its charming surroundings and central location have attracted many famous and h...

Great Market Hall

This impressive neo-Gothic building was built in 1894 to replace the expansive outdoor markets at the location. The largest market hall in Budapest is a buzzing scene of everyday life in the city, ...