Monday, February 10, 2014

Shopping for Souvenirs in Budapest

It was my third visit in  Hungary's capital last December 2013 but still  I want to visit it  again. I haven't got enough  of  Budapest yet and I still want to explore it again. This city is simply amazing considering it historic sights and monuments.

View of the Parliament and the Danube River from  the Fishersman's Bastion.
Budapest, the capital of Hungary is  one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. That is not a question for me and the reason why I keep on coming back in this city.



The main reason of my third visit in Budapest was to witness its Christmas markets. Indeed, it was very interesting. During this time, you can find a lot of vendors in their kiosks and stalls selling a lot of stuffs from home decors to Christmas decors, kitchen stuffs, clothing, winter accessories, candles, crystals, woodcrafts, foods and more. I was actually looking for a table cloth linen in Budapest but due to limited time, I was not able to find it. Good to know that premiertablelinens.com is available online. I can browse it and see what I want. I want to give it as presents to my sisters when I go home for holiday this spring season.

Shopping in Budapest can be a great experience and can be fun. Go to  Pest if you are a luxury shopping.It is the most expensive part of the city. You'll find Hungarian linens and lace, pottery, and other items, in souvenir shops. Don't also miss the Great Market Hall (Nagy Vásárcsarnok) at Fővám tér. It is recently renovated markethall with essential atmosphere: You should know how to bargain if you plant to buy something.

I am  happy to  bring home again some souvenirs from Budapest. As usual, postcards and  fridge magnets are always present.

1 comments:

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

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