Klauzal Ter Market Hall, Budapest

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The Klauzál tér was the largest square in the former Jewish quarter of Budapest, Hungary. Located in the seventh district, it was the heart of the city's old Jewish quarter.HistoryThe original name of this square was Stephans Platz. After 1874, it was known as István tér. In 1907, the square was named after Gábor Klauzál.A theater opened in the square in the year of 1872, but was destroyed in an 1874 conflagration. A shopping hall (market) opened in 1897, in the place of former theater; this was the third shopping hall in Budapest.Jenő Brandi lived in this area.
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  • Klauzál Square Market Hall had never been my favorite. There are much better markets at Vámház körút the Central Market Hall or Lehel Market Hall. It is just more convenient to carry a few kgs of...  more »
  • After visiting several of these traditional market halls around many cities on Europe, this is less impressive. Open fruit and veg downstairs, and down one side a Spa poking its nose in. Upstairs was....  more »
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  • This is a very fun very large market. You can buy delicious prepared Hungarian foods in many different booths. There is a cafeteria type restaurant with music sometimes. Every kind of fresh meat, beef, pork, chicken, suck, game meats etc. Also salami and smoked meats of every kind. Souvenirs, leather products, paprika, clothing, does, secret boxes, nesting dolls, Hungarian embroidered cloth. Very fun atmosphere
  • This three level market hall contains everything from deli and meat products to clothing, leather bags and souvenirs. It was busy but we found the quality great and reasonably priced. It's also a good place to try local Hungarian street food! The building itself is very impressive! Worth a couple of hours to visit it all. If you don't go here then you didn't visit Budapest.

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