H-V 08:00 - 17:00
H-V 10:00 - 21:00
The wholesale showrooms and supermarkets close during Hungary’s national holidays. The Chinese restaurants open as usual.
Yes. Monori Center’s wholesale showrooms are open every day from 8 to 15, including Saturdays and Sundays. The only time the wholesalers are closed is during Hungary’s national holidays (we will notify you on our website and social media ahead of the national holidays).
The restaurants and other retail stores are also open every day of the week, but each with its own slightly different hours, so be sure to check before you go.
Remember that we are a wholesale-only market. Some of our wholesalers may provide logistics services, but new customers will have to visit the showrooms in person first.
Yes. Note, however, that some wholesalers might have a minimum purchasing requirement for some products.
Each wholesaler may or may not have its own minimum purchasing requirement by product category, so you will need to check with them directly.
The shops will require some basic information, such as your name, address, and tax number, in order to issue an invoice, bill of consignment, or other necessary document.
Unfortunately, we don’t have an e-shopping platform. Some of the wholesale stores, however, have their own e-commerce websites:
Sorry, but we don’t have a central database of all products our wholesalers carry. Here, you can find a list of all wholesalers at Monori Center with their contact information. Generally, it will be easier to find a product if you visit the showrooms.
You will have to ask the wholesalers for specific prices. We recommend that you visit Monori Center in person to gather this information.
All salespersons will speak Hungarian. You will also get by with basic English. Some stores also have Romanian and Slovakian speakers. Given that most wholesalers are Chinese and hence not native speakers of any European languages, we strongly recommend face-to-face communication to avoid any misunderstanding.
In general, please be mindful of the fact that most wholesalers are Chinese and don’t speak foreign languages, apart from some Hungarian. For non-Hungarian visitors, our experience is that verbal communication is the most effective. Rather than emailing them, we recommend that you first visit them in person, get to know each other, and then discuss the best way to communicate going forward.
Please see above.
Yes. All parking is free within Monori Center’s premises.
Yes, there is the four-star Milky Way Hotel in the center of Monori Center, offering comfortable accommodation to visitors. The easiest way to book a room is through booking.com.