Most stores are open from Monday till Friday between 10:00–18:00 or 19:00 and on Saturday between 10:00–14:00. Shopping centres have longer opening hours, from Monday till Saturday between 10.00–20.00. Since March 2015 only family-owned small shops and bakeries can be open on Sundays (except for five Sundays per year on which all stores can be open according to the owners’ decision).
Stores of the following chains can be found in most cities in Hungary: Tesco, Spar, Lidl, Aldi.
Food shops are open Monday–Saturday 7.00–18.00. There are many markets in Budapest and in other towns. These are the best places to buy fresh vegetables and fruit. The renovated Nagycsarnok (Central Market Hall) on Fővám tér is Budapest’s finest one. In Nagycsarnok, there are some quite good food stalls on the upper floor serving everything from Chinese spring rolls to enormous German sausages. There are summer and winter sales periods, when you can buy high-quality clothes at a reasonable price.
Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship programme „Call for Application 2017-2018 academic year” is announced! The scholarship is open for more than 50 countries! Get prepared, watch the video interviews with international students to learn about the benefits of studying in Hungary. http://www.tka.hu/international-pr…/…/stipendium-hungaricum/
Check out the infograph to find out how many international students would choose Hungarian higher education again, which are the most common reasons to choose Hungary and what are the most popular services among students.
Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) organizes online information sessions, webinars for international students who are interested in the degree programs and funding possibilities at ELTE.