GOzsdU BAzaar (GOUBA) is a weekly Sunday market held at the beautifully restored Gozsdu Udvar (Gozsdu Courtyard) in Budapest’s Jewish quarter. Gozsdu Courtyard connects Király utca and Dob utca with architecturally fascinating labyrinth of cafés, shops, bars, and other attractions and can be accessed from both directions. GOUBA has a real bazaar vibe and takes you into the site of acoustic musicians’ melodies and scents of freshly made sausages and pastries wafting through the sunlit courtyard.
Just like art markets in several cities in the world we have our very own GOUBA. In this open-air market more than 100 vendors sell one-of-a-kind jewelry, unique dresses, accessories, antique books and furniture, wooden toys, local wines, home décor and more. So I would like to invite you, tourists and locals for a refreshing treasure-hunting walk in the courtyard. This wonderful unique market is perfect for all the fashion and design lovers in Budapest. It’s a great place to find unique gifts and souvenirs while being entertained by street theater performances and live music productions.
GOUBA is held every Sunday from end of March to mid October and it opens at 10 in the morning. Entrance is free. For more information please check the website of the market.
How to get there:
By metro M3 (blue line) or M2 (red line) or subway (yellow line) to Deák Ferenc tér and then on foot.