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This small shop is the place to go for antiques.
This chain of pawn and secondhand shops, with a number of branches around town, is a fun place to comb for trinkets and treasures, especially if you don’t have time to get to the Ecseri or City Park flea markets...
This branch of BÁV is good for jewellery, lamps and fine porcelain.
This shop handles antique furniture, paintings, glass, porcelain, clocks and weapons; it’s another good option on V Falk Miksa utca and the owner is particularly knowledgeable and helpful.
Anna is the place to go if you’re in the market for embroidered antique tablecloths and bed linen. They’re stacked up all over the shop and of very good quality.
With a positively enormous antique showroom (some 2000 sq metres) in a series of cellars near the Parliament building, Pintér has everything – from furniture and chandeliers to oil paintings and china – and is the be...
This is the place to come for rods, reels, flies and anything else it takes to get you out fishing.
Any item over 50 years old requires a permit from the Ministry of Culture for export; this involves a visit to a museum expert, photos of the piece and a National Bank form with proof-of-purchase receipts...
This branch of the BÁV chain is good for knick-knacks, porcelain, glassware, carpets and artwork.
The best place in Budapest for foreign-language newspapers and magazines.
‘Many Kinds of Marzipan’ sells just that – in every shape and size imaginable. Its ice cream (250Ft per scoop) rates among the best in town – another major draw.
If he can have a pair of bespoke shoes from Vass Shoes, why can’t she have a pair of custom-made gloves lined with cashmere? You’ll get them here at the ‘Balogh Gloves Shop’ – and there’s any number of materials to c...
This wonderful shop near the entrance to the tunnel under Castle Hill sells antique and country Hungarian folk art of every shape and size: mangle boards, woodcarvings, chests etc. But don’t expect any bargains...
The ‘ Inner Town Auction House’ usually has themed auctions (jewellery, artwork and graphics, silver and sculpture) at 5pm on Monday from September to June and is open for viewing throughout the week.
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