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Best Shopping Experiences in Budapest

TOP 1
Central Market Hall
4.4/5
99 Reviews
Budapest
1.8km from downtown
yangtingkun
"The Central Market is located on the Pest side of Budapest, close to the Danube River and close to the Freedom Bridge. Opposite the North Gate of the Central Market is Budapest’s famous pedestrian street Vaz Street, which can be visited together. The central market has a large area and sells meat, cheese, fruits and vegetables, etc., which are very local."

Reasons to Recommend: After admiring the countless unforgettable monuments and exhibition galleries in Budapest, you can also walk around the Great Central Market, where you may find interesting souvenirs and special food. The Central Market is located on the Danube River, near the head of the Freedom Bridge. It is the largest market in Budapest and was founded in 1897. This big market not only has many vegetable and food shops, but also Hungarian national-style handicraft shops, attracting many foreign tourists. Numerous canteens and small bars are also one of the features here.

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TOP 2
Andrássy Avenue
4.4/5
76 Reviews
Budapest
2.2km from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
UNESCO World Heritage - Cultural Sites
有态度的拍拍
"Budapest, Hungary's capital, dubbed “Little Paris of Eastern Europe,” has a street that can rival the Champs-Elysees, Andrássy út. Founded in 1872, Andras is the most iconic boulevard in the Hungarian capital Budapest, linking Erzsébet tér with Városliget"

Reasons to Recommend: Andrássyút, formerly known as Republic Avenue, is a very beautiful street and an iconic boulevard in Budapest, dating back to 1872 and listed as a World Heritage Site in 2002. Andrássy Street connects Elizabeth Square with the city park, with beautiful Neo-Renaissance palaces and houses on both sides, and Elizabeth Street is a little right on Oktogon, and there is a Liszt Square not far away. On the square is the Liszt Conservatory of Music, where many world-renowned musicians have been trained. The National Opera House of the Italian Renaissance is located here. On both sides of the front of the Opera House are statues of the great local composers Liszt and Robert Franz.

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TOP 3
Vaci Street
4.3/5
67 Reviews
Budapest
1.2km from downtown
Featured Neighborhoods
yangtingkun
"Vaz Street is located on the east side of Budapest’s city center. It is quite different from pedestrian streets in other cities. Vaz Street is neither very long nor very wide. The only similarity is that it is full of shops on both sides and there are many tourists. Opposite the terminus of the south exit of Vaz Street is the Budapest Central Market."

Reasons to Recommend: Vaci Street is an old commercial pedestrian street in Budapest, located in Pest, and one of the main pedestrian streets in Budapest. There are many cafes, restaurants and shops on this street. Most of the buildings were built in the 18th and 19th centuries. The style is elegant and luxurious. It is a good place for leisure shopping and experience the customs and customs.

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TOP 4
Szabadsag Ter
4.1/5
28 Reviews
Budapest
1km from downtown
Squares
yangtingkun
"Budapest Freedom Square is located in the heart of Budapest, right between the Hungarian Parliament Building and St. Stephen's Basilica. There is a towering monument on the north side of the square, and above the monument is a huge five-pointed star. On the south side of Liberty Square is a fountain. This fountain is very distinctive. If people approach, the fountain on this side will stop so that people can walk to the middle of the fountain without getting wet. Many people are here. Playing in the water."

Reasons to Recommend: Freedom Square is a square in the 5th district of Budapest. There is a Soviet monument on the square, which mainly commemorates the Soviet soldiers who died in the liberation of Budapest during World War II. In addition, there are two other buildings facing each other, one of which is in the Art Nouveau style, formerly the stock exchange, and now used as the headquarters of the Hungarian National Television. The building opposite has an architecturally eclectic style and is now the National Bank of Hungary.

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TOP 5
Vorosmarty ter
4.1/5
24 Reviews
Budapest
756m from downtown
Squares
_We***95
"This beautiful square is not far from the subway station and is surrounded by major shops and restaurants. The square is located in the most beautiful central area of Budapest. Here you can see many Gerbeau coffee shops. The bus system here is also very convenient."

Reasons to Recommend: Frosmarty Square is a small but lively square in the center of Budapest, the capital of Hungary. In the center of the square, facing west, is a large sculpture of the poet Frosmarty. Behind the statue is a small park surrounded by a fence and a fountain, flanked by stone lions. Surrounded by expensive cafes and restaurants, this square is mostly tourist-oriented, so it's well worth a visit.

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