Egyptian days in the Great Market Hall Budapest

Egypt, the ancient and mystical country is here in the Great Market Hall in Budapest to provide you the buzz of the Egyptian Bazaar in Hungary.

Egypt Bazaar photo by Héctor de Pereda

Egypt Bazaar photo by Héctor de Pereda

You can browse the unique spices, colorful fabrics and cotton products, leather goods, jewelry, glass, copper and brassware, papyrus, water pipes and much more,  just like in a real bazaar.

Taste the real Egyptian Tea or Coffee while enjoying a Belly Dancing show with Egyptian Music and you might feel yourself in a far away Oasis.

Bazaar in Cairo photo by Ernest McGray, Jr.

Bazaar in Cairo photo by Ernest McGray, Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

Egyptian cuisine is based on vegetables, lentils, beans, rice, lamb, fish and spices. The country’s most popular dishes are the Kushari (rice, lentils, and pasta with fried onions and spices), Ful Medames (spicy cooked fava beans), Molokhiya (green soup), Tehina (sesame pasta served with pita bread) and Kebabs. Why not try to make your own Kebab at home with some Egyptian ingredients from the Great Market Hall in Budapest?

Egyptian Meals Weldon Kennedy photography

Egyptian Meals Weldon Kennedy photography

 

This weekend in Budapest will feature the Egyptian culture, foods, and drinks, and you can surely buy some gifts from Egypt too. The event also offers books and touristic information about the best places to visit.

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 Egyptian National Days in Budapest: Not planned for 2017

Cairo Bazaar photo by Meis Basha

Cairo Bazaar photo by Meis Basha

 

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