Spice Up Your Style in Budapest

Looking to spice up your style by visiting some of Europe’s snazziest clothing stores? I think that Budapest is the best city to do this, as it is filled with chic clothing stores that will transform you into the sharpest dresser in town. There are designer showrooms, high-street brands and boutiques throughout the city, and there is something for every taste and budget. If you are flying in, we arrange Budapest Airport transfers to get you from the airport into town as quickly as possible. You may even want to ask our friendly and local drivers about which shops to go to!

If you and your partner are opting for a shopping spree, these are a few of the hottest places in town for men’s and women’s clothing.


Mei Kawa – Cool, sophisticated and modern are all words that could be used to describe Emese Kasza’s brand of menswear, which relies heavily on neutral tones and geometric patterns. In recent times, Kasza has been a key figure in pioneering the current unisex clothing trend that is sweeping across Europe. The brand’s straight-cut and long shirts appeal to urban men with an eye for trendy designs.

Mei Kawa also has a range of beautifully designed men’s and women’s jumpers and winter coats. These are ideal for staying warm whilst exploring Budapest’s streets at night.

Sándor Lakatos – Hungarian fashion designer Sándor Lakatos is all the rage right now. He has carved out his reputation by reimagining the menswear classics that every well-dressed gent should own and adding a playful extravagance to them. This includes bold patterns, eye-catching cuts and wacky 3D shapes.

Additionally, Sándor Lakatos is known for exceptional manufacturing, so you can be sure that you are investing in quality pieces that will last. If you want to turn heads and feel confident in daring clothing, head to Sándor Lakatos and check out the collection.


Retrock – If your partner loves vintage clothing, then Retrock in downtown Budapest is definitely worth a visit. Here you will find a wide selection of vintage and designer pieces from sought-after brands, such as Levi’s, Armani, Dior and Chanel. There is also a space for up-and-coming designers, so you could find a real gem from the next big name in fashion!

The store itself is well laid out, stylish and welcoming, allowing for a relaxed shopping experience.

Nanushka – While you’re downtown, be sure to pop into Nanushka. Our Budapest Airport transfers can take you to anywhere in the city, so getting here or anywhere else is a breeze. Nanushka is a contemporary fashion house, which belongs to the London Col-lege of Fashion graduate Sandra Sandor. Her collection features the perfect blend of sophistication and fun, which will appeal to any urban woman who is looking for garments that are suitable for both work and leisure.

Sandor is rapidly developing her reputation and getting attention from around the world, so now is the perfect time to check out her store and pick up a few pieces.

How to Get There

You can fly to Budapest from London airports in around 2 hours and 20 minutes with air-lines including British Airways, easyJet, Ryanair and Norwegian. The airport is just under an hour away from the city, so I highly recommend pre-booking one of our dependable Budapest airport transfers. We will be waiting at the airport and will provide a quick, comfortable and affordable transfer to your hotel.

Lukas Johannes is a driver for Shuttle Direct, the number one provider of shared and private airport transfers all over Europe and northern Africa. If you’re looking for the most affordable Budapest Airport transfers, Lukas and his colleagues can make sure that you and your luggage get to and from the airport swiftly and safely.

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