The biggest in the city, the Great Market Hall, stands next to the Pest end of Liberty Bridge. This beautiful building, adorned with Zsolnay tiles, opened in 1897, and back then the fresh products arrived via the canal in the middle. While there’s no canal today, the market is still renowned for its great variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, baked goods, quality meat products, wines and other Hungarian delicacies. The hall is loved by locals and visitors alike, and in addition to the fresh produce on the ground level, various handicrafts, souvenirs and food stalls reside on the second level. Among these food stalls you’ll be able to try some favorite (though sometimes overpriced) Hungarian dishes, including töltött káposzta (stuffed cabbage), goulash, Hortobágyi palacsinta (meat filled pancake), or lángos.