Visiting the Market Halls of Budapest in October? Enjoy the traditional Hungarian tastes in one of the famous Market Halls of the city. We have also gathered some other tips for your Budapest visit in October below.
Cultural Days in October
Check out the special days in October in the biggest Market Hall of Budapest city centre, where you can discover different countries’ culture and culinary arts: Cultural Days in October in Great Market Hall
Please note that October 23rd is a national historical holiday (commemorating the 1956 lost revolution) in Budapest and most markets halls, including the Great Market Hall on Vamhaz Street, are normally closed, along with other shops in the city. Please try to reschedule your visit to the market halls in Hungary if you should be visiting on Oct 23.
Market Tours in October
Market Tours are with a professional guide, some of the tours offer a complex programme that will include other culinary destinations in Budapest, while the cheapest budget tour will only concentrate on the Great Market Hall, its history and the tastings of several typical and traditional Hungarian foods, which you can only get in Hungary (or Hungarian speciality shops). Learn about the history and architecture of the Budapest Market Halls and enjoy tasting different traditional Hungarian foods & drinks. Langos is a must-try street snack, and if you have a sweet tooth a freshly baked Chimney Cake is lovely any day.
Essential Market Hall Tour with Tastings
Great Market Hall Tour with Lunch
Foods Tour in Downtown Market Hall & Artisan Shops
Budget Market Hall Tour with Optional Tastings
October Things To Do in Budapest
Looking for tips of what to do in Budapest? Check this Budapest travel guide on the following page: October Things to do in Budapest
October Concerts in Budapest
You can find some of the best Budapest Concerts in October.
October Festivals in Budapest
Do you wish to go to a nice festival in Budapest in October? See some of the greatest autumn festivals here: October Festivals in Budapest
Is the market open on Monday 23rd October?