Best outdoor markets in Budapest -flowers, home made jams and other goods-
The sun is shining, birds are singing, sneakers are back, spring is officially here! As the Covid-19 restrictions are still in place, things to do are limited, but fear not, Budapest always has something to offer. If you know where and when to look, there are many places to find hungarian antiques, home grown veggies or have some local pastry. In this article we collected our favourite outdoor markets.
A producers market in Tabán's oldest house, Czakó Garden. They offer vegetables, fruits, cheeses, meats, flowers, wild mushrooms and other specialties. During the market, the chef of Czakó Restaurant prepares dishes made from farm delicacies, which you can take home. A little Provence feeling in Buda.
When: Saturdays from 8 am to 2 pm and on Sundays from 9 am to 3 pm
Where: Czakó utca 15. Budapest 1016
A small farmers market front of Császár- Komjádi Sports Pool. It’s a real local’s market, where you can get seasonal fruits, vegetables, flowers and sausages. They only have a few tables, but if you are interested in a typical hungarian market with grandmas picking out the spring flowers for their balconies, this is your place. Try to arrive early if you don’t want to miss all the good merchandise.
When Saturday from 6 am to 1pm
Where Árpád Fejedelem útja 8. Budapest 1023
A community market in the yard of Élesztőház beer garden. They bring together Hungarian primary producers who value harmony with nature. They offer seasonal vegetables-fruits, cheeses, homemade hams and salamis, baked goods, syrups, jams, juices, wines.
Every month they invite a guest host from the world of gastronomy for a community cooking, the ingredients of which are sourced from local producers.
When: Every Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm
Where: Tűzoltó utca 22. Budapest 1094
The place for treasure hunters. The Budaörs flower market turns into a flea market every weekend and welcomes the wandering with open arms. They offer used books, antiques, clothes and rarities. Be aware that this market is a piece of history and some sellers are very proud of their collection so you might have to bargain for some pieces.
When: Saturday and Sunday from 7 am to 2 pm
Where: Budaörsi út - Hosszú rét utca Budapest 1112