Let me continue my previous blog post with the Budapest design shop guide to best Hungarian souvenirs on the Buda side. Just like in Part 1, I’ll show you where to buy unique souvenirs and design products in Budapest.
Continue reading, if you are tired of buying the same kind of souvenirs and gifts over and over again and if you want to buy more than a pen with Budapest sign or fridge magnet. In the following Hungarian design shops of Budapest, you’ll see special and amazing stationeries, prints, accessories, ceramics, delicacies, slow life products and even more made by Hungarians. This way you can support the local artists and have a special memory about your trip.
Budapest shopping guide to the best Hungarian souvenirs – Part 2. – Buda side
The address, prices and opening times are also included in the post, but it can change anytime, especially the opening time, so check it on their sites to not miss your dreamy souvenir.
Hunny – pálinka • art • gift
From the name, you can guess what they sell 😉 You can find some typical Hungarian souvenirs like pálinka in different sizes, wines, paprika and cookbooks with some Hungarian recipes.
They also sell clothes, accessories, ceramics, household and kitchenware products. The most stylish souvenirs are the colourful postcards and posters by Béla Magyar and the creative Folqa collection with water bottles, figures representing the Hungarian characters in a funny way.
This store used to be FIAN Concept, but it moved closer to Matthias Church (see the next one).
Address: 1014 Budapest, Fortuna str. 18.
Opening time: Monday – Sunday: 11 am – 6 pm
FIAN Koncept Design Shop
This cool design store is close to Matthias Church in the Castle district, so after checking out the church and the Fisherman’s Bastion, it’s time for some shopping.
You can choose from amazing jewellery by MASTRO, calendars and pins by Malinovka, stylish bags by SERTEES bags, clothes, backpacks, jewellery and ceramics by Blacklist Design, notebooks, books and the unmissable Budapest postcards by Anita Nemes, Barbsiegraphy and DOT for you.
Facebook: FIAN Koncept
Address: 1014 Budapest, Úri str. 26. (entrance from Szentháromság str.)
Opening time: Monday – Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm
If you’re on the way from Gellert Hill to Castle Garden Bazaar (Várkert Bazár), stop at Prezent Shop, where you’ll have a chance to buy design souvenirs, as well as green products and delicacies.
In addition of sustainable products by shamobags like wooden cutlery, produce bags, wooden toys, the store also features backpacks, leather wallets, organic clothes (also for babies) by Touch Me Not Clothing, Pamut Apparel, Nove Designs, Rokka Design and plant dyed silk scarves by BOTANIKA.
Finally, pick one (or more) from the different styles of postcards, prints, posters, notebooks and magnets by Urban Sidewalker, Anita Nemes, Malinovka, paperchaing, papetri paperworks, Budapest pattern.
Website: Prezent Shop
Address: 1013 Budapest, Döbrentei str. 16.
Opening time: Monday – Sunday: 10:30 am – 7 pm
Repertory Concept Store
Even the cute dog of the friendly owner matches the design.
Website: Repertory Store
Address: 1111 Budapest, Budafoki str. 5.
Opening time: Monday – Friday: 12 pm – 8 pm, Saturday: 11 pm – 6 pm, Sunday: closed
Szia+ (Szia Adománybolt)
Buy some vintage and hipster clothes, bags, backpacks, tote bags in every colour, extreme sunglasses, colourful socks with crazy and funny patterns, rings, earrings and necklaces in unique and not average shapes.
Address: 1111 Budapest, Budafoki str. 17.
Opening time: Monday – Friday: 12 am – 6 pm
That’s for the Buda side, don’t forget to read where to buy the best Budapest inspired souvenirs on the Pest side. Spoiler alert! It has even more than the Buda side. If you’re interested in more Budapest inspired souvenirs, read my post about Budapest inspired illustrations, paintings and prints by Hungarian artists.
What are you waiting for? Read Part 1 to the Pest side!
But first tell me, which was your favourite, leave a comment below and pin the photos for later to have it on Pinterest.