Spring is here, and so is the spring market in Budapest. There are actually two spring markets in Budapest at the moment, one at Vörösmarty Square and one at Városháza Square. We have been to both of them; here you can see some pictures.
The market at Vörösmarty Square opened a few weeks ago and will end later this week. The market at Városháza Square opened a few days ago and will remain open for a few more weeks. You can find exact dates and more information about the spring markets in Budapest on this page.
Pictures from the spring market(s) in Budapest.
As you can see, there are lots of things to eat at the spring markets in Budapest. If you intend to buy beautiful Easter decorations and painted eggs, you will not have a lot to choose from, as the market is much more about eating and drinking, with a few stalls left with products related to spring and Easter.
Would you like to learn more about what you should eat and taste at the spring market? There are lots of similarities between the Easter market and the Christmas market, so read our thorough article about the Christmas markets in Budapest and you will be better prepared.
We have just released our article about the upcoming Spring fair in Budapest containing the dates for the market, and all the other information you need.
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Would you like to know more about the Spring market in Budapest, often referred to as the Budapest Easter market? Keep reading to find the dates for the market, its location, and everything else there is to know about this popular market in Budapest.
Budapest is well known for its beautiful Christmas Market with an incredible atmosphere at the Vörösmarty Tér in Budapest. But, have you ever visited the Easter market, also known as the Spring Market? We have to admit, things are a bit chaotic and there are several markets arranged using similar names. As a result, we will cover several markets in this article.
Maybe you have heard about the amazing Schönbrunn in Vienna was an annual Easter market is arranged? It is quite famous, and lots of people go there every year. But, did you know that the Easter market in Budapest is getting better and better? If you haven’t experienced it yet, now is the time!
Many people enjoy the Christmas markets because of the amazing lights, and the smells that spread so well in the cold air. Well, even though it is warmer and brighter during the annual Easter market (Spring Fair/Spring market), you can still experience awesome food, delightful smells, and lots of handicraft products if you visit the market.
The largest lines are always in front of the places where you can buy the traditional Chimney Cake, but you should also taste all the interesting food, and buy some hand-made products in the many stalls around the square.
Should you get tired of the market itself, then you can always grab something to eat in Gerbeaud or Hard Rock Cafe.
Easter Market in Budapest
Budapest Spring Market 2023 / Budapest Easter Market 2023
Dates: April 2, 2023 – April 16, 223 Location: Vörösmarty square
Dates:April 20, 2023 – May 2, 2023 Location: Városháza square.
As you can see, there are two different markets. The first market is at Vörösmarty Square, in the center of the city at the traditional location of the Christmas market. This can also be referred to as an Easter market considering that it is open before, during, and after Easter.
The second market is running together with the Spring Festival and is located a few hundred meters from Vörösmarty square.
Easter market in Budapest (Made by BFTK)
How to get to the Easter market?
You can easily get to this market using the underground/metro. If you travel to the stop Deak Ferenc square (which is where three of the four metro lines intersect), you will get out of the metro and be at the location of the spring market at once.
If you are looking for a smaller market/fair, you will also find a similar Easter/Spring market next to the Allee Shopping Center on the Buda side, next to the end station of tram number 4. Here you can buy handmade clothes, bags, wallets, Palinka, wine, chimney cakes, and other small stuff.
As mentioned earlier, there is a very famous Spring market in Vienna by Schönbrunn. If you have a car and want to drive a lot, you can start your five-hour drive towards Prague (from Budapest) and experience the delightful Easter markets in Prague as well!
Want to see more pictures from the Spring fair in Budapest?
Here you can see more beautiful pictures. All the pictures are made by BFTK (the organizers of the market).
The market is beautifully decoratedDo not forget about the stage with live music and more!Buy awesome handmade objects at the spring fairReady for some calories? You will find them at the Spring market!A nice memory to bring with you home from Budapest.One of the big favorites at the Easter market in Budapest – the Chimney cake!
Would you like to be in Budapest for the Spring Market, also known as the Easter Market, in 2019? Here are the dates and all the information you need!
Lots of people come to Budapest for the annual Christmas markets, but not so many people know about the amazing Spring Market. But, to be honest, they are quite similar, except the fact that the temperatures are nicer in April and the weather is much nicer!
When will the Spring market be arranged in this year (since this article is out of date)? Check the Budapest calendar to find out what’s on in Budapest right now and in the coming months!
Enjoy spring and the Spring market in Budapest in 2019
At the Spring Fair/Spring Market/Easter Market you can buy lots of handmade products from Hungarian designers, and even more important, you can eat a lot of delicious food and taste real Hungarian drinks. This is a fantastic combination, making it a place loved by many, especially ladies who enjoy both shopping and eating!
Budapest Spring Fair 2019 dates
In 2019, the Spring Fair will have its grand opening on March 29th, and it will then remain open for one entire month, closing up on April 28th.
The Spring Fair is arranged at Vörösmarty square, the square located in the end of the shopping street Vaci utca, and also the final station on the second oldest metro line in all of Europe, the yellow metro line.
Are you ready for a fantastic Easter market in Budapest?
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The annual Easter market will be held again in Budapest and this will be he fourth time the Easter market will take place at the Buda Castle. This is one of the largest and definitely one of the most prestigious Easter markets in the whole city.
The market hosts the best Easter related programs and games for children and for playful adults including various workshops with traditional Hungarian Easter games and petting zoo as well. The market also presents the most delicious traditional Hungarian dishes such as the various types of ham, eggs in every variety, the typical Hungarian spices, oils, sweets, chocolates, sausages and all kind of pastries. At the fully packed tempting food stalls visitors will have the chance to have samples of the best quality products that will be presented at the market. At the Easter market the typical traditional Hungarian beverages will be presented as well such as pálinka which comes in every flavour, wine and beer as well. The Easter market is a great opportunity to get to know the Hungarian culture and its Easter habits. This year the Easter market will be held from 5th April to 6th April at the Buda Castle in Budapest.
Budapest, Szent György tér 2, 101
For more information on the event please check the official site here. If you want to do something else, then maybe you could visit the spring fair at the Vorosmarty square instead?