Transylvanian Days in Budapest Great Market Hall

Transylvanian Cultural and Food Days in the Great Market Hall, Budapest, known as Vasarcsarnok in Hungarian. You can take a little trip to the Transylvanian traditions in Budapest, learn about Transylvanian Hungarian folk art, dances, foods and drinks, as Transylvanian towns and villages are home to many Hungarian families as well as Romanian families.

Transylvanian Chimney Cake Kurtoskalacs Ispa

Transylvanian Chimney Cake Kurtoskalacs Ispa

Transylvanian folk art crafts, including folk dresses, typical Transylvanian lifestyle tools, foods and drinks (Transylvanian Chimney cake (Kurtoskalacs), Transylvanian cabbage stew with sour cream, Transylvanian aubergine cream, etc.) will be presented at the Central Market Hall in Budapest during the Transylvanian cultural weekend in the Vasarcsarnok. You can also learn about the countryside tours and Transylvanian day trips to the outstanding historical towns and natural resorts of Transylvania, e.g. the Killing Lake (Gyilkos To), Brasov (Dracula’s Bran Castle is nearby), Sighisoara (Segesvar), etc. A wonderful place to visit, check out a bit of Transylvania in Nagycsarnok.

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 Transylvanian Days in Budapest:

  • April 25-27, 2017
  • October 10-12, 2017

(Thursday-Friday: 9.00-18.00, Saturday: 9:00 to 15:00)

The dates are subject to change.

Transylvanian Dracula Vlad Tepes Castle Dimitris Agelakis

Transylvanian Dracula – Dimitris Agelakis Photo

The Transylvanian weekends in Budapest will feature the essence of Transylvanian and Hungarian-Transylvanian culture, music and food culture, the traditional Transylvanian foods and drinks, and you will have a chance to purchase some nice little gifts from Transylvania too (chess boards, pipes, folk art cloths, etc.)

Last but not least, the Transylvanian Tourist Days will be held in Budapest Great Market Hall where you can get help to plan your off Transylvanian trip. Taste Transylvania in the central Great Market Hall of Budapest.

Hungarian Days in Budapest Market Hall

Hungarian Cultural and Food Days in the Great Market Hall, Budapest, aka Nagycsarnok. You can take take a little trip to the Hungarian traditionas in Budapest, learn about Hungarian folk art, dances, foods and drinks.

Meyke Hungarian Folk Fashion Budapest

Meyke Hungarian Folk Fashion Budapest

Hungarian folk art crafts, including folk dresses (aprons, hats, scarves, skirts, blouses etc.), wood carvings, gingerbread cakes, painted eggs, traditional potteries, embroideries, typical Hungarian musical instruments (citera, cimbalom, doromb), foods and drinks (Hungarian sausages, veggies, cheeses, palinka, paprika, etc.) will be presented at the Central Market Hall in Budapest during the Hungarian cultural weekend in the Vasarcsarnok.

You can also learn about the countryside tours and Budapest day trips to Szentendre, Vac, Godollo, Pecs, Veszprem, Eger, Etyek, Holloko, and other towns and villages in Hungary. A wonderful place to visit, check out a bit of Hungary in Nagycsarnok on our own national day in the Hungarian capital.

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 Hungarian Days in Budapest:

  • May 16-18, 2017
  • September 19-21, 2017

(Tuesday – Thursday: 9.00-18.00)

The dates are subject to change.

Hungarian Folk Dance Budapest

Hungarian Folk Dance Budapest

The Hungarian weekends in Budapest will feature the essence of Hungarian culture, food culture, the Hungarian traditional foods and drinks, and you can surely buy some nice little gifts from Hungary too, beyond the usual stalls on the upper floor (where gifts await you all year round).

In addition, the Hungarian Tourist Days will be held in Budapest Great Market Hall where you can get help to plan your off Budapest Hungarian itinerary (check out rare sights, hidden gems like the Folk Museum skanzen in Szentendre, the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hollok, or the carst caves in Aggtelek, the Valley of Beautiful Women in Eger wine region, and more). Taste Budapest in a more Hungarian flavor in the central Great Market Hall of Budapest.

 

Croatian Days in Great Market Hall Budapest

Croatian Cultural and Food Days in the Great Market Hall, Budapest, aka Nagycsarnok. You can take take a little trip to Croatia in Budapest, sample Croatian crafts and goods.

Split Coratia

Split Coratia – Lena Ni Photo

Croatian folk art crafts, including folk dresses (aprons, hats, scarves, etc.), typical Croatian musical instruments (bagpipes, sea organs), foods and drinks (Croatian prsuit the home cured ham, paski sir piquant cheese, Kulen sausage with paprika, etc.) will be presented at the Central Market Hall in Budapest during the Croatian cultural weekend in the Vasarcsarnok. You can also learn about tours and trips to the Zagreb, Split, Rijeka, Zadar, beautiful historical Mediterranean places to see). A wonderful place to visit, check out a bit of Croatia in Nagycsarnok on its national day in Hungary.

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 Croatian Days in Budapest:

  • May 23-25, 2017

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

Food in Croatia

Food in Croatia – David Domingo Photo

The Croatian weekends in Budapest will feature the Croatian culture (also Slavonia), the Croatian foods and drinks, and you can surely buy some nice souvenirs from Croatia too.

In addition, the Croatian Tourist Days will be held in Budapest Great Market Hall where you can get help to plan your Croatian itinerary (check out rare sights, hidden gems like the Zagreb Mummy or the Technical Museum, the Lapidarium in Split, and more). Taste Croatia a bit in the beautiful Great Market Hall of Budapest, Hungary.

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.

Maltese Days at Great Market Hall Budapest

Malta in Budapest? No, we have not messed up the maps. But Malta is visiting Budapest, right in the Great Market Hall (Nagycsarnok) by the river Danube.

St Johns Co Cathedral Knights of Malta Fabio Gismondi

St Johns Co Cathedral Knights of Malta Fabio Gismondi

Is there anything you wanted to buy in Malta but had no chance? Or is Malta on your list of to do but have not made it to this beautiful island yet? Come to Fovam Square by the Liberty Bridge to take a look at Maltese ware, try Maltese cuisine and buy some Maltese souvenirs, which make great gifts. Some great products may be on sale in the Market Hall, like hand blown glassware, hand knitted Maltese style garments, filligree silver jewelry, wicker work, Malta model buses, laces, and more.

Cliff Jumping Malta Attractions Jon Rawlinson

Cliff Jumping Malta Attractions Jon Rawlinson

Malta may be one of the smallest countries in Europe with its half a million population, but the country has a rich cultural heritage and a long history. On the Maltese Days in Budapest, you can get some tips about the best sights in Malta, like Valletta (UNESCO World Heritage site), the medieval jewel of Malta known as Mdina, the smaller island of Gozo with its rural attractions, diving in the sea, and the Blue Lagoon, joining some feasts in the villages of Malta on religious public holidays, etc.

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 Maltese Days in Budapest:

  •  not planned for 2017
Sunday market in Malta Simon Shepard

Sunday market in Malta Simon Shepard

During the Maltese Cultural Days in the Vasarcsarnok, the Maltese Tourist Days will also be held in Budapest Great Market Hall. You can learn about the major cities, tours, their culture, events, the best travel tips in Malta, top ten things to do, off the beaten track attractions, hidden gems, rural destinations, etc.

You may even have a chance to buy some Maltese souvenirs to take home as small gifts from Hungary without packing too many things in your suitcase, maybe not the brass doorknob, but laces.