Ecseri Piac MercadoCurrently Closed
- Address: Budapest, Nagykorosi ut 156, 1194 Hungary
- Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +36-13483200
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Flea Market, Family And Kids
Ecseri Piac Mercado - Review
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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Things to Know Before Visiting Ecseri Piac Mercado
0.31% of people who visit Budapest include Ecseri Piac Mercado in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
60% of people start their Ecseri Piac Mercado visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Ecseri Piac Mercado
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ecseri Piac Mercado
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Ecseri Piac Mercado, Budapest Reviews
If you like antiquities this is your place...is located 40 min away from down town Pest...My mother really wanted to go so we went on a week day... big mistake... you find a lot of empty stalls and just a few shops open... I will definitely come back on my next visit ...i'll just make sure to go on the week end.
Interesting place with interesting people, been there a couple times now. Be aware tho, there are alot of reproduction antiques that come with big stories. If youre serious about genuine antiques, a flea market is not where you go to get quality peices. Still heaps of great stuff, worth a look for sure, just be careful.
Absolutely loved the antique market! Very unique items. I go to a lot of antique stores around the Midwestern United States, and this was amazing. Unfortunately I was there on a rainy Thursday in the off season, so maybe 10 percent of the vendors were there, but I still spend three hours and really enjoyed it. Would love to see it on a weekend in season. Especially loved the antique camera vendor. I bought two reasonably priced vintage cameras in awesome shape. Keep in mind if you go, not all the vedors are there mid-week. I imagine they are like most antique vendors, they have day jobs. I recommend going on the weekend. Also, the hours say 8 am opening. I was there at 8:30 and hardly any vendors were there yet. So plan accordingly on your timing when you come. But well worth it if you love antiques.
Very nice items, very friendly sellers, however realy realy expensive be prepeard for that.
Reaching there is like hell difficult. You change three vehicles bus tram and bus to reach there. Under this frying sun. Half of the market has no shadowy area. Everywhere is covered with either burning asphalt or barbecue stone. You are cooked. If you are decided to go there please take along with you a big mexican hat or big umrella for shade and two liters of water for each. If you navigate allright and luckily reach there alive, if you are not trying to find something very special, a buried treasure or whatever, you could possibly find what you have in mind. Mostly oldies, nothing of antiquity. Returning to city center like deak ter or nyugati is easier, take whatever numbered bus to city center and than reach to your destination, just get away from there fast, as you could I recommend. :-)