Hungarian Fény Street Market Hall: a place like home!
Are you seeking a friendly relationship with your local farmer or butcher? Would you like to have friendly conversations and get tips while shopping for tomorrow’s dinner? Then the Fény Street Market hall has been cut out just for you, says Funzine.hu.
If you are a regular visitor at market halls, the gripping feeling that you get when you arrive must be more than familiar to you. We have already introduced the Great Market Hall and the market hall at Lehel square, mostly visited by locals. At Fény Street Market Hall, sellers are more than friendly when it comes to sharing the best recipes – tried over hundreds of times, of course – for your family gatherings each week or less regularly. As we have written in our recommendation of Top Hungarian summer programs, visiting a Market Hall should be on the top of your list.
If you come back, they would surely recognize you and your desires and will be interested whether the tips they gave you worked.
The more you visit, the easier it will be to develop your own shopping preferences – you only have to remember where you bought that delicious cheese or fruit rich in taste, where the crispiest bread was from. At the market hall several specialities can also be bought: rarely encountered spices, extraordinary vegetables and products from national parks.
If you are craving for something special, much more than solely food can be purchased here!
Come here if you are looking for unique clothes, Hungarian antiquities, colourful flowers, animal equipment in the more than 148 stores.
Want to make some arrangements or have administrative tasks to do? No worries!
At Fény Street Market Hall, you can easily do that, as the hall has several functionalities to offer: hairdressing salon, real estate office, shoemaker or key cutter service and even a bookstore. Those with disabilities can also access these shops and venues, which only makes the market hall as an even more attractive program with friends.
The 5-floor-building can be accessed from Lövőház street, Fény street or Retek street, with numerous parking spaces offered underground. Besides the wide range of products of great quality, a cheerful atmosphere and a homelike feeling are waiting for visitors in the market hall. Hungarian market halls are so popular and well-known, that in 2016, the Great Market Hall has been celebrated as one of the world’s best.
It is no wonder that the hall has become a meeting point for locals – both youngsters and elderly people -, families and travellers seeking something uniquely Hungarian such as lángos.
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