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Szimpla Farmers' Market: market, brunch and community place. The market has been organized every Sunday in Szimpla since 2012. Every week we have approximately 1500-2000 local and international visitors and 30-40 farmers, mainly from the proximity...more
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We visited this ruin bar in the evening (when it is a banging bar) and on sunday morning when easier to appreciate the place. Cheese, sausage, honey, fruit and veg and spice stalls - not a full selection of a market. Nice place to eat...More
Na tohle místo jsem se dostala díky mé maďarské kamarádce, žijící v Budapešti. Je to báječné a kouzelné místo. Trh není příliš velký a nachází se ve starém domě, "ruině". Prostředí je opravdu skvělé, občas chaotické, bláznivé. Je zde několik místností a několik pater, které...More
What a lovely surprise! We were exploring around the area, and accidentally stumbled on this market/gathering spot. Loved the atmosphere and bustle. Beautiful produce, homemade foods, friendly people. Great neighborhood.
After going to 4 grocery stores that had no good cheese I was so happy to find this farmer's market with the best cheese since Paris. Old goat cheese, Basil, Herb, so many varieties that I was not familiar with. Lots of meat at great...More
This was a mess. It is overcrowded, limited available items, and too small for the crowd. It is Sunday and not everything is open on Sunday so it gets the overflow. Its okey, but not on my A or B list.More
szciklon, Vendégkapcsolati vezető at Szimpla Sunday Farmers' Market, responded to this reviewResponded 9 July 2018
thank you very much for sharing your views on our Farmers' Market.
The crowd is due to popularity, and popularity is due to the fact that you can buy quality goods in a controlled environment directly from farmers, who use soft methods of...More
Szimpla Kert farmers' market is, hands down, the most photogenic farmers' market I've been to so far. Every part of it is just so picture-worthy. It's not surprising at all to see groups of photographers busy clicking their cameras everywhere, at the entrance, in the...More
Great live music during my visit. Packed with tourists, but all in good, chaotic fun. The eccentric decor was fun to peruse and there was fun reading to be had off the walls. I imagine such a thing could be found in PDX.
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.