Greek Days at Great Market Hall Budapest

Greek Days in Budapest? Yes, Greece, the country of sea and history (yeah, let’s forget about the Euro for a moment) is visiting Budapest, right in the Great Market Hall (Nagycsarnok) by the river Danube.

Santorini Sunset Greece Marcel Germain

Santorini Sunset Greece Marcel Germain

Greece needs no introduction. Greek restaurants are everywhere in the world, and one of them in Budapest, believe it or not. Don’t take our word for it, take a seat in Taverna Dionysos by the river Danube and enjoy your wonderful Greek dishes in authentic Greek atmosphere. Then come back to the Great Market Hall in Budapest, by the Liberty Bridge for another dose of Greek fun.

Try some Greek drinks, foods, buy Greek gifts, or get some help for planning your Greek holiday, what to include in the itinerary, which are the best islands in Greece, where to eat, shop, dance and party, etc. Learn about Mount Ethos the mountain / peninsula in northern Greece, or the 16 km long canyon, Samaria Gorge covered in ancient evergreen trees, refresh your knowledge about Athens, the Dephi Theatre, Meteora or the Parthenon on top of Acropolis.

Venue of the Market Event

Lindos Sea Greece Tourism

Lindos Sea Greece Tourism

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 Maltese Days in Budapest:

  •  not planned for 2017

(Thursday-Friday: 9.00-18.00, Saturday: 9:00 to 15:00)
The programs are subject to change.

Simultaneously with the Greek Cultural Days in the Vasarcsarnok, the Greek Tourist Days will also be held in Budapest Great Market Hall. You can learn about the major cities, cruises, islands, tours, Greek culture, upcoming events, the best travel tips in Greece, or the top ten things to do, off the beaten track attractions, hidden gems, diving and dining tips etc.

Fish Market Athens Greece Finizio

Fish Market Athens Greece Finizio

You may even have a chance to buy some Greek souvenirs to take home as small gifts from Hungary without packing too many things in your suitcase. Leave the Ouzo for another trip and just sip it in the market hall, or buy it in your home town supermarket.

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