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This has got to be the grandest and most beautiful market hall in Europe. Opened in 1897, the building—designed by Samu ... More
Great Market Hall
This has got to be the grandest and most beautiful market hall in Europe. Opened in 1897, the building—designed by Samu Pecz—underwent a thorough renovation and re-opened for its centenary. It's a massive, airy space filled with bright piles of food. The mezzanine level is crammed with dozens of folk embroidery and souvenir stands, plus a pleasant cafeteria, beer and food stalls. In the basement, you will find fish, pickles (savanyusag) and a supermarket as well as the hallowed Azsia—an international foods store. Be aware that butchers and greengrocers begin packing up their produce as much as an hour before closing.
Jeffs Place brings back to Budapest the Hungarian tradition of the Vendegl, or guest accommodation. A place where theres a
warm welcome from the host, engaging guests with complementary backgrounds, a cozy and pampering place to rest at the ...
The larger of Salzburg's two festival halls (with a capacity of over 2,000), the Großes Festspielhaus was designed by Clemens
Holzmeister and opened by master conductor Herbert von Karajan in 1960. The festival hall was built to host the ...
The City Hall Market Square (Rathausmarkt) has been the center of the city since the splendid Town Hall was built
here. To the north west you can see the Kleine Alster, bordered on other side by the picturesque Alster ...