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The sweet and spicy secrets of the Great Market Hall in Budapest,Free Walking Tour for Foodies
Hi! I’m Aniko from Budapest,Hungary. Everybody just calls me Annie,its easier to pronounce. I worked as a licensed tour guide for more than 12 years, working mainly in Hungary, Greece, and Thailand. I enjoy discovering countries (as a tourist), like Australia, New Zealand, Costa Rica, Panama, Mexico, the USA, and many more. I am a real foodie, so I spend quite a lot of time in the kitchen, preparing (mainly) sweets. Yes, I am always on diet! My son just finished at Cambridge University, so I am the proudest mom on the planet, of course. Budapest is fooody and I truly enjoy showing it to friends and tourists!
Come with me!
If You’ve just arrived to Budapest:it’s worth coming with me:in addition to the food tips You will learn a lot about the hungarian cooking,as well.
I will also share some local tips and tricks,’cause I live here and for 12 years I was a tourguide.
Get to know with me the “must try” delicacies so that You will know what to eat and taste during your stay.
Maybe You have been walking around the city with its many historical sights for days.
As a tourist You must have heard a lot of history during your stay in Budapest.
Lets wash it all down with a walk showing and talking about local food! The vey best part is,that You dont have to worry about the eather:rain or heat,we will be "covered".
Let’s discover the delicious secrets of the capital together!
We will discover Budapest’s best-known and most beautiful market:The Budapest “Nagycsarnok”.
During our walk there will be one stopwhere You can buy sweet or salty tasty bites!
We will visit several levels of the airy historic building together,with small stops,so that we can take a closer look at some of the typical hungarian delicacies.
Of course,the famous Hungarian “fast food” cannot be left out:the iconic “lángos”,which is usually eaten eith fresh sour cream and plenty of garlic.
We will get to know the “rétes”,which can be made with a variety of fillings.
Pogácsa is a real Hungarian delicacy:it is almost mandatory at festivals ,on trips and in the evenings with beer or wine.
After our walk in the Great Market I will share some tips:
-what to visit and where to go in Budapest.
Its a "weatherproof" walk!
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:Budapest, Vámház krt. 2, 1052 HungaryBudapest, Vámház krt. 2, 1052 Hungary
Opposite “Nagy Vásárcsarnok” main entrance:Burger King
1Free admissionCentral Market Hall
The imposing building of Budapest Great Market is photogenic both inside and outside. Its almost mandatory to visit as You can see and taste many delicacies here. Its worth to come back any time after our walking tour either to buy spices as gift or for a tasty and inexpensive lunch.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).
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