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Flea markets and antiques...

Ecseri Flea Market (1194 Nagykõrösi út 156)
A real flea market in a big city. Excellent both for foreigners than Hungarians. From the mid-19th century it has increasingly moved out of town. At the mid of 1960 it was transferred from Ecseri street, but the name remains unchanged and always "Ecseri". The other name known is "Tangó". The area of the market is 16500 sqm, almost the entire area is covered to protect against the rain, so it is worth visiting even in bad weather.
Opening: Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 16.00, Saturday from 6.00 to 15.00 and Sundays from 8.00 to 13.00.
Collectors visit it in the early morning of Saturday, when the tourists still sleep.
Public transport: Bus 54 from Boráros. The trip takes 22 minutes off-peak times.

Flea Market of Budapest  - in front of Petõfi (1146 Zichy Mihály út 14.)
Opening: Every Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 to 14:00. Among the hundreds of sellers there are few professionals, most are amateur or poor. It is represented by population of Budapest on the margins of society. But a serious collector can find priceless treasures.

Pintér (V., 10., via Falk Miksa)
A very interesting shop on Falk Miksa street, that on the road has only two small windows, but inside is a real universe: paintings, furniture and chandeliers in 1800 square meters.

Galleria Nagyházi (V., Budapest, Balaton 8, corner Falk Miksa).
A large shop with paintings, furniture and traditional paintings. There are also auctions.

Múzeum boulevard – the way of antique shops (V., Múzeum boulevard, from the square Astoria to the square Kálvin). More than a dozen shops, from used books to rarities. Incunabula, manuscripts, postcards.
Opening: usually on weekdays from 10.00 to 18.00, Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00.


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