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Shopping in Inner City, District V.

Top shops

Farmers Market
“Central Market Hall is a Neo-Romantic-Eclectic style building, although highly touristic, it is popular among inhabitants, too. Ground floor is for the tipical market, upstairs area is for souvenirs, and buffets (you can try Langos here, a bit overpriced, though).”
  • 483 locals recommend
Pedestrian Plaza
“Great place to shop for international brands! ( for example: Tommy Hilfiger, Nike, Massimo Dutti, Benetton, Zara)”
  • 50 locals recommend
Bar
“Sure you have to visit the important and touristic places of this beutifull city , that you can see in the traditional guides (parlament, opera, park of heroes, castell of Buda, market, termal, baths, etc. But i want offer you little and special places that are not in the oficial guides. So csendes is the first one, is a vintage bar that you can enjoy another style to be elegant using diferent materials, you can tale a wine or eat something. Is not expensive and near of Kalvin ter.”
  • 41 locals recommend
Café
“Very close to Vaci utca. One of the most beautiful places to have coffee in the city. Often has live classical music. ”
  • 56 locals recommend
Bakery
“the most delightful pastries in the city; try out "le pain au chocolat pistache" and/or "Le croissant aux amandes" - my personal favourites”
  • 22 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“Cute breakfast and coffee spot, but can easily get full of kitchen smell, you might want to try the hungarian salty french toast named “bundáskenyér””
  • 30 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Clear design, clear cuts, clear prints - printa bring all that in their clothes, accessories and home design. ”
  • 28 locals recommend
Breakfast Spot
“À la Maison Grand is a chic breakfast restaurant in the middle of Budapest's downtown, occupying the ground floor of a 1906 art nouveau building (take a glance at the striking glass mosaic perched atop the building). Fashionable, tourist-heavy crowds flock here for the breakfast-all-day and brunch offerings that include reliably prepared croque madame (€5), eggs Florentine (€7), waffles, and also zeitgesty items like acai bowl and avocado toast (€7). The only letdowns are the the undersized and forlorn-looking English (€10) and Hungarian breakfast plates (€12). Apart from tourists, the bustling space is also popular for local groups of girlfriends, who often accompany their breakfast dishes with strawberry mimosas from the full service bar. The owners spared no expense on the gleaming white, high-ceilinged interior that features plush chairs and comfortable, dusty-blue sofas. Reservations are recommended.”
  • 24 locals recommend

Markets

Farmers Market
“Central Market Hall is a Neo-Romantic-Eclectic style building, although highly touristic, it is popular among inhabitants, too. Ground floor is for the tipical market, upstairs area is for souvenirs, and buffets (you can try Langos here, a bit overpriced, though).”
  • 483 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“The biggest Market in Budapest. You can find all the typical Hungarian dishes here, for example the famous Hungarian scone with cheese and sour cream.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Farmers Market
  • 2 locals recommend
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