From cool local fashion to antiques, there are lots of things in Budapest that you can purchase to fill your suitcase. If you’re after antiques, do some treasure hunting at the sprawling Ecseri Piac, located on the outskirts of the city, where gems are mixed in with kitsch. Falk Miksa utca, located near Parliament, is Budapest’s antiques area; several blocks are lined with high-end antique shops, contemporary art galleries, and a few shops selling Hungarian folk art. WAMP, the monthly (or sometimes more regularly) design market, is worth visiting to find Budapest’s best designers all in one place. And, of course, Central Market Hall is the pantry of Budapest and is a must-visit, both for its architecture and for its edible souvenirs.