Feny Utcai PiacCurrently Closed
- Address: Budapest, Lovohaz u. 12, 1024 Hungary
- Timings: 06:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +36-13454112
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Market, Street Market, Family And Kids
Budapest has so many markets for you to visit and spoil you for choice. In a way, you can get a taste of Budapest through its markets. Feny Street Market has continued to be the most popular market in Buda side of the town. It has an amazing collection of protected origin goods and organic items which are of high end quality. It is not as cheap as the usual local street side markets, but that is because the price you pay is completely worth the quality you get.
- Entry is free.
- Nearby Bus Station: Feny utcai piac
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0.03% of people who visit Budapest include Feny Utcai Piac in their plan
95% of people start their Feny Utcai Piac visit around 07 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Feny Utcai Piac
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Feny Utcai Piac
People normally also visit Batthyány-örökmécses while planning their trip to Feny Utcai Piac.
Nice local food market with a great selection of vendors, fruits, vegetables, meats, cheese & dairy shops, and a couple of restaurants and bars also. The cheese shop on the 2 floor in the corner also has a nice selection of imported cheeses
Great place to get fresh veggies, fruits, meat and dairy products from local small businesses and farmers. I simply love shopping here as it's way more human than any supermarket. You can also get lángos and some fast or grilled food so it's also an ok place for a quick bite.
Very good, people really tried to help even when I only spoke a few words of hungarian, fruit is fresh, spring onions where huge, very good experince
What used to be one of the best farmers markets in Budapest is now rampant with corruption and nepotism mainly due to the facility management and local government. This place is a microcosm of the Hungarian socioeconomic situation at large: independent small businesses trying to survive next to the oligarchy and consumers paying the premium because of market inefficiencies.
More food stands would be better... otherwise OK