‘Tis the season once again in Budapest, where the city is transformed into twinkling, aromatic open-air markets. Filled with traditional arts and crafts, mulled wine, and tasty eats, these holiday bazaars offer a great way to experience some of the local culture while shopping for special gifts. The largest and most colorful market is located at Vörösmarty Square which includes over 100 wooden pavilions as well as a live music and stage performances. The other four main markets are located at Saint Stephen’s Basilica, Liszt Ferenc Square, Gozsdu udvar and the Museum of Applied Arts.
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My love for cookbooks and delicious food started at the age of 9. Whenever I came home from school my little brother and I would wait for Mom to make dinner for us. Until the dinner was ready, I was turning the pages back and forth and was staring at photographs of amazingly looking dishes in Mom’s cookbooks to kill my appetite somehow. I couldn’t have known then, that I would be collecting cookbooks after reaching adulthood and would still be, just like in my childhood, staring at awesome photos of delicious dishes. The only difference is that I do the cooking now. I love traveling, going to the organic market and browsing foodblogs. My food and travelblog is Zizi’s Adventures. I also can be found on Twitter and on Facebook.