The market hall in Rákóczi tér was built after the Great Market Hall in Fővám tér and has been operating since then with a short break when it had to be rebuilt after a fire in 1988. It offers cheese, fish, meat, vegetables, pickles and delicious street food, too. There is an exciting photo series showing everday life at the market by photographer Miklós Déri.
The market hall is an emblematic building of District VIII, with cafés and pubs nearby: Csiga Café and Kék Ló. In spring 2018 Rákóczi Kartell was launched to breathe life into the surrounding little shops.
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