Visit the Brazilian Days in the Great Market Hall in Budapest to get closer to the food and drink culture as well specialties of South America’s biggest country, Brazil.
Real Brazilian goods and exotic meals, market goods are awaiting you in the Great Market Hall during the Brazilian days. It’s time to try the Brazilian Coffee or some Moqueca (spicy seafood stew), Pao de queijo (cheese buns) and the chocolate called Brigadeiros, just to mention but a few.
You can also taste Brazil’s national alcoholic drink called Cachaça (a spirit made from sugarcane juice) or a Caipirinhas Cocktail while getting a glimpse of the Carnival feeling, or perhaps some ideas for a Brazilian trip.
Of course, the program would not be complete without Samba, Capoeira shows, Brazilian Music and loads of fun. It’s a good opportunity to get real Brazil goods like fine Hammocks, handmade wooden goods, Moqueca pots, carved soaps or colorful Cangas and summer dresses for your next summer holiday. And if you are visiting Budapest, why not have a virtual journey to Brazil?
Learn about the best tourist destinations like Rio de Janeiro, the Iguazu Falls, the Sugarloaf Mountain much featured at the Olympic Games, Santa Teresa or the Tijuca Forest.
Venue of the Market Event
Great Market Hall (aka Central Market Hall or Nagycsarnok)
Address: 1-3 Vamhaz korut Street, Budapest, District IX.
Dates of the Market Event
Dates of the Brazilian National Days in Budapest: Not planned for 2017