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Not so touristic real old fashioned food market with excellent fruits, vegetables, and all ingredients. 2 station with our metro line from Arany János utca to Lehel tér. Direction: Ujpest Worth to visit.
A traditional Budapest market. Many farmers bring their own vegetables and fruits here to sell, but you can find but you can also find original hungarian meat dishes and dairy products too.
5 minutes walk or 1 metro stop and you can choose from wide range of food and drink.
This is where local people buy the ingredients for a lovely sundaylunch for the family. If you shop here, it is sure that you will buy the products of hungarian small farmers and hungarian traders; elderly ladies own grown veggies and fruits, farm chicken, beef and pork from our lands. Try the…
This is the best place to buy fresh food. There are many stalls here ranging from fruit&veg to meat, cheese and bakeries.
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