Ecseri Piac Mercado, Budapest

About Ecseri Piac Mercado, Budapest

Ecseri Piac Mercado, Budapest - Address, Phone Number

Address: Budapest, Nagykorosi ut 156, 1194 Hungary

Phone: +36-13483200

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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Flea Market, Family And Kids

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The Ecseri Flea Market is a complete delight for flea market lovers. It is quite a fun experience to explore the dirt cheap flea markets and in a way are representation of the lively local side of a city. Ecseri Flea Market is easily the second best flea market in Budapest and is located at the outskirts. The locals have found their way through the best of items here and end up grabbing the best of items by visiting early in the morning. Tourists however love the whole feel of the place as it makes them connect a little more to Budapest and feel a little more locat. That too, at very reasonable rates!

Ecseri Piac Mercado Information

  • On weekends, the market gets very crowded. Hence, early morning hours are recommended.

Ecseri Piac Mercado Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free.

How To reach Ecseri Piac Mercado by Public Transport

  • Nearby Bus Station: Clark Adam ter

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  • Love going here a few times a year, not what it was years ago but if one has patience a good find can be had now and than. Weekend and early

  • Sweet! You can find treasures here. I think sometimes a bit pricey for this old goods, but definitely worth to visit if you like vintage staff! ;)

  • Horibble ulgly place. Nothing worth it there and people try to sell u stupid stuff with extreem prices

  • You can find and hunt for treasures for peanuts. Characteristic Hungarian and Roma faces. Dressing from the 20'. Big fun and langos, Magyar speciality.

  • Lots of old stuff. Antiques. Place feels like that the time has stopped there.

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