March in Budapest market halls may show signs of winter or spring alike: you may get fresh tender produces at the markets, or filling, warming winter snacks and drinks. So if you are visiting in March, make sure to check the weather. At any rate, the market halls are roofed and covered, and provide some shelter from the cold winter chills. For your March holiday, you can also find some further ideas about what to do in Budapest.
Cultural Days in March
Check out the special days in March in the biggest Market Hall of Budapest city centre, where you can discover different countries’ culture and culinary arts: Cultural Days in March in Great Market Hall
The programme is subject to change, so there might be other countries showcasing their culture.
Guided Market Tours in March
Budapest market tours are guided by professional guides in English. If you book a tour in advance, you can get insights about the history of Hungarian markets, especially the market halls in Budapest, like the Great Market Hall, its architecture and central role. Tasting tickets include a range of Hungarian culinary highlights, cheeses, salamis, spices, pastries and more.
Budget Market Hall Tour with Optional Tastings in March.
Great Market Hall Tour with Lunch in March.
Foods Tour in Downtown Market Hall & Artisan Shops in March.
March Things To Do in Budapest
March Things to do in Budapest is a month by month guide about the top cultural happenings in Budapest, Hungary, usually including spring or spring awaiting programmes with many activities (tours, concerts, festivals, parties, sports events, exhibitions, and more). Budapest Easter (depending on the moving dates), offers insights into Hungarian Easter traditions with folk shows, and whole day trips outside of Budapest.
March Concerts in Budapest
You can find some of the special musical events in the capital of Hungary here: Budapest Concerts in March.
March Festivals in Budapest
A nice festival weekend can always spruce up a city break: why not visit some of the greatest March Festivals in Budapest if you are discovering Hungary?