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Attractions Budapest: Shopping Centers, Taxi Service. Sightseeing - detailed description
Ecseri Flea Market
The Flea Market is said to be one of the best in Europe, and this is the place to come for great second hand products. This is though not to cheap, so I would rather recommend this place to those interested in old and special products, and who are willing to pay for it. In the Ecseri Flea Market you will find old instruments, chairs, tables, paintings, nazi and communist symbols and other old stuff. Bargaining is allowed and recommended!
The Allee is the newest shopping center in Budapest and it was opened 11 November, 2009. Inside you can find a cinema (Cinema City), shops (H&M, Zara, C&A, Stradivarius, Intersport, StarKing, Electro World, Jeans Club, Marks&Spencer, Van Graaf and more), fitness centre, cafes, restaurants, electronic casino, a book store and more. It is located by the endstation of tram line 4, by Fehérvári Út.
Address: 1117 Budapest, Oktober 23 utca.
Tram stop: (Fehérvári Út)
The biggest shopping center in Budapest! It opened November 2007, and though it was a little bit messy in the start, it has already turned very popular among the youth of Budapest. You can find a big Tesco inside, and many famous fashion brands (Peek & Cloppenburg, Terranova, Zara, H&M, Springfield, Mexx, Marks & Spencer, Mango, Lacoste, Retro and many more. All the big fast food companies are present, and the only minus is its location. If you travel to Keleti Palyaudvar with metro it is 5 minutes to walk from there.
Address: 1087 Budapest, Kerepesi út 9
Metro stop: Keleti Pályaudvar
This is the preferred by many people who look for a good place to shop clothes. With all the newest fashion shops inside, this is the place they dream of as they sit bored in school. For those who doesnt like shopping clothes so much, this can turn rather boring. This is where many people from Budapest would go, as they like it better than for example West End. Inside Arkad you can find shops such as: Deichman, Zara, Reno, Office Shoes, Vagabond, Humanic, Adidas, Budmil, C&A, H&M, Jeans Club, Kenvelo, Retro, Puma, Promod, Orsay, Douglas, Rossmanm, Bijou Brigitte, Media Markt and many, many more shops.
Address: 1106 Budapest, Örs vezér tere
Metro stop: Örs Vezér Tere
Corvin shopping center
Corvin shopping center is a shopping mall that was opened in Budapest’s eight district October 27, 2010. It was a part of a big project bringing life and nice buildings to the quite ruined part of the eight district in the area around the Corvin Cinema.
Inside of the shopping center you can find C&A, H&M, Mango, Müller, Vodafone, Butlers, Electro World, Reserved, New Yorker, Orsay, Office Shoes, Bijou Brigitte, Hervis, Alexandra, Tamaris, Promod, Woodo, Tally Weijl, Cosmos City, Ecco, Costa Coffee, DM, Deichmann, CBA (grocery store), T-Mobile, Jeans Club and several other shops.
Metro: Ferenc Körút
Address: Kisfaludy utca
Europeum is a brand new shopping centre located at the Blaha Lujza Square. Earlier on the same spot Népszabadság (one of the biggest Hungarian daily newspapers) had their offices, but now a brand new building has been raised and here you can find a mix of hotel rooms and Europeum, the shopping center. The grand opening of Europeum was on April 14th, 2011, and with this shopping center opened visitors to Budapest living in this area can find some fashion stores just nearby where they live as well.
Europeum is quite similar to Corvin shopping centre, though much, much smaller. This is more like a nice little centre, with a few shops, but very nice and very modern interior. One shop though that is using much of the space inside is Müller, so it is our guess that the largest Müller in Hungary is located inside Europeum.
Inside Europeum you can also find:
H&M, Yves Rocher, Samsonite, Deichmann, Tally Weijl, BL Clockshop, T-Com, Bijou Brigitte, Oliver Optika, Central Café
1088 Budapest, József körút 5.
Metro: Blaha Lujza Tér
This center is found on the Buda side, and consist of two buildings. The shops are a little bit more expensive here, and though many people like it, this is not the favorite among Hungarians. Inside you can find bowling possibilities, cinema, famous brands and in the area quite some party places that keeps it going until early morning.
Address: 1024 Budapest, Lövõház Street 2-6
Metro stop: Moszkva Tér
WestEnd City Center
This is the most popular and said to be one of the biggest shopping centers in central Europe. It has lots of shops (for example: New Yorker, Media Markt, H&M, Jeans Club, Calzedonia etc.), a bigcinema (with some films played in English), great food opportunities (fastfood and serious restaurants), and most known shops can be found there.
Address: 1062 Budapest, Váci Út 1-3
Metro stop: Nyugati Pályaudvar
1152 Budapest, Szentmihályi út 131.
Tel: +36 1 415 2114
1138 Budapest, Váci út 178.
Tel: +36 1 239 3833
1191 Budapest, Üllői út 201.
Tel: +36 20 800 0520
1148 Budapest, Örs Vezér tere 24.
Tel: +36 1 469 5300
1032 Budapest, Bécsi út 154.
Tel: +36 1 242 5548
1146 Budapest, Istvánmezei út 6.
Tel: +36 1 460 3666
Campona - Tropicarium Budapest
1222 Budapest, Nagytétényi út 37-43.
Tel: +36 1 999-6161
Taxi / Limousine / Bus Service Budapest: Meet & Greet Services, absolutely free! Your driver will:
Park the vehicle in the car park and meet you in the terminal arrivals area. Free waiting time if your flight is delayed. Display a white board with your name on it. Welcome you and introduce himself. Escort you to the vehicle. Help you take your luggage to the vehicle. Last but not least we check our cars after each journey for left behind personal belongings.
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