GOUBA Bazaar is like a pleasant free market in Budapest, which is well worth a visit for shopping handmade crafts, design items, and all kinds of tidbits you would expect to find at an eclectic bazaar, like the Portobello Market in Budapest – sort of a design fair mixed with a flea market with street performers added.
GOUBA Bazaar Budapest 2013
Every Sunday in spring, summer and autumn in 2013, Gouba Bazaar is open in the architecturally unique Gozsdu Courtyard spanning between Kiraly street and Dob street (has entrance from both streets in fact) in the old Jewish Quarters in Budapest. You can select a handful of design gifts, nice accessories, unique clothes, and more. Buskers, live music often accompany Gozsdu GOUBA Bazaar.
Opening hours at Gouba Gozsdu Bazaar:
10 am to 7 pm
The colourful ‘flea markets’ at Gozsdu are part of a series of Gozsdu GOUBA fairs running from late March till mid October in one of the most exciting part of the city of Budapest where further nearby Budapest attractions may also be of interest like the Dohany Street Great Synagogue, the Orthodox Synagogue in Rumbach Sebestyen street, the authentic Jewish Frohlich Confectionery (try their delicious flodni cake), or the cool and vibrant Szimpla Kert ruin pub, a hip and happy place for a cool night out in Budapest.