This market is on Fridays and Sunday's.
Usually the market starts around 6 am and ends around noon. It all depends on the season and weather how crowdy it is. The market is not the place to be if you want to buy something cheap. Foreigner? Count with the fact you pay three times more as the Hungarians do.
It looks rather empty.
At the right, you find a pub it is open till 5 am, not a great place to be. All the drunks you will find there.
At the left you usually find someone selling trees (March till May and around October). Those I bought all died.
Right after the pub we walk to the right.
The building at the left is the place where you can buy real milk (bring your own bottle with you), yogurt, cheese, sausages all made by a farm.
I do not like the yogurt and cheese but bought it for a German friend on Fridays. She made cheesecake out of it.
For a short time, I bought the milk but without a fridge, it is spoiled within 1 hour by these temps.
Fake flowers and clothes.
Real flowers are expensive. The fake ones you also find on the graveyard.
The clothes in the background are new, not very stylish.
An interesting fact is XXXXXL clothes are sold everywhere and they do not cost more like the S/M size. Being fat is as normal as bones with skin in this place.
There are also many secondhand clothes for sale. You find them on large heaps. No way they are cheaper as the new ones. The quality is not better either.
Vegetables and fruit
You can mainly buy potato, pepper, tomato, carrot, onion, cabbage, apple, and banana. Summer and winter. If you are lucky you find salad, cucumber, and some other veggies and for a short period strawberry, cherries, grapes, plums, and melon.
The lack of vegetables and fruit did not trigger the Hungarians to be more creative cooks. The only better food you can find is Asian or the lángos (a flatbread fried in oil).
Here you usually find people selling their seedlings or what is too much for own use (eggs, apples, some carrots or honey).
For sale or?
No, I did not buy the bunny but thought about it.
Everywhere you find boxes.
People gave their stuff away or it is robbed out of your house.
It is just thrown in a box and they do not care if it is broke. Once I saw someone sell a kid's drawing (it said: Happy Mother's Day in German).
Pick your shoe
It is no problem if you buy only one.
More stuff for sale.
There were wooden windmills and gnomes next to the carpets and pots and pans.
Are they ugly!
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