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Weekend markets in Budapest

With the coming of spring weather, people increasingly feel like heading outside for their programs. We can kill two birds with one stone when visiting the weekend markets in Budapest. In addition to the excellent and fresh (primarily) Hungarian products, or even design products, visitors can also gain a genuine fairground market experience. Let’s see the colourful selection of Budapest markets!


Excellent Hungarian producers take their delicious products every week to the market in Czakó Garden located on the Buda side of the city, which is open 8.00 am–2.00 pm on every Saturday. Meet the producers and take fresh products home, or try them at the Czakó Kert bistro.

Czakó Garden

1016 Budapest, Czakó utca 15.

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MOM Biomarket is exclusively for strictly controlled and certified bioproducts (organic products). Customers can usually buy the products directly from the producers, at the producer’s price. In addition to primary food products like spices, dairy products and bakeries, organic sausage and organic ice cream is on sale too. MOM Biomarket is open throughout the year on Csörsz street, regardless of weather conditions.

Bioculture Eco Market

1124 Csörsz u. 18.

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Pancs Gasztroplacc is open 9.00 am–2.00 pm every Sunday at Élesztőház court, where producers from all over Hungary bring their products, which are compatible with both traditional and modern eating habits. Most products are unprocessed and free of chemicals.

Pancs Gasztroplacc

1094 Budapest, Tűzoltó u. 22.

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As one of the most popular ruin pubs in Budapest, you won’t be bored here during the day, either. Szimpla Farmers’ Market welcomes visitors every Sunday with all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast served the whole day and made of ingredients sold on the spot. The market also offers different exhibitions every month, public cooking programs, children’s programs, mini concerts and many other experiences in a unique and lively atmosphere.


1075 Budapest, Kazinczy utca 14.

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Gozsdu Weekend Market is a street market open year-round in one of the city’s busiest spots, 10.00 am–5.00 pm from Friday to Sunday in Gozsdu Court. This market is the perfect place to look for some really unique, special souvenirs.  Whether it is antique, vintage, handicraft or design products, jewellery, clothes or home furnishings: you will find everything you need here.

Gozsdu Courtyard

1075 Budapest, Király utca 13.-Dob utca 16.

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