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Lehel Market Hall, Budapest

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  • Located next to the Metro M3 Stn close to Vaci U. When you enter, you are met with all the scents of the volumes of market traders selling many varieties of fresh succulent fruits. Around the perimete...  more »
  • This is my favorite market in Budapest. No matter what you are looking for you will find it, most likely. The meat shops are great. I have 2-3 vendors I visit frequently. You can find here hurka, kolb...  more »
  • This is a local market for the locals. This is not a tourist trap. We did not find any english spoken. We went there to purchase large bags of smoked paprika. We succeded via pointing and gesturing an...  more »
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  • Pleanty of good and fresh fruits and vegetables. Good quality of meat especially beef. Big selection of stuff which you can by for cheaper price then in another shop.
  • food market. good selection of vegetables, fruits and meats and street foods. clean and ordered.
  • The best French Market in Budapest with many little eateries for traditional Hungarian "market" food like Lángos (dip fried dough), Palacsinta (Hungarian crepes), sült kolbász (Hungarian Hot Dogs) and magyaros rántotta (Hungarian omlette with Hungarian sausage, paprika and onions).
  • This is a great market if you really like visiting the places locals shop. Unlike the more opulent Central Market near the river this is a real place: not an I♥Budapest tin mug or keyring in sight. You don't hear much other than Hungarian and it doesn't have an annoying clock either. The street food is authentic and cheap as is, frankly, much of the stuff on stalls selling homewares, lager and chocolate. This doesn't mean that the streetfood isn't delicious. The stalls sell their food mains by the kilo. Point at what you want, they'll weigh it out and put it on a plate with the starch of you choice - rice, pasta or potato. If it's authenticity you want this is the place.
  • Fresh grocery, good milk products, the prices are one level below than average. Parking is available, but after 1 hr 500 ft.