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I'll be soon few days in Budapest for business: anyone can suggest me some pen shops to visit, or antique shops with some hope to see also some pen ?



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Enjoy Budapest -- it is a beautiful city. I am not aware of any pen shops but there are some stationary stores that carry a nice selection of mainline pens such as Pelikan, Waterman, Parker, and Lamy. Just google paper or stationary stores for Budapest and I think you will find some options.

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Hi there!
I really hope you'll have a great time!

Here are a couple:
- http://bolthely.hu/muveszkatalogus/ - This one is pretty far from the center, but has a nice selection of pens and inks!
- Pirex shops have nice selections too. - I've been to the one at 'Ferenciek Tere', it does worth a shot. Pretty much the only place where you can get Rhodia.
- Kes Papír - They have Aurora, Montblanc pens too. Also some Paperblancs, Moleskine, Leuchttrum1917
- Green Papír
- BomoArt- notebooks and paper only, but you should really check them out! (really close to the Pirex at Ferenciek Tere)

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I didn't see many good pen shops when I was there. BomoArt is a really nice shop. If you like hand welted shoes check out Vass which is a two minute walk from BomoArt.

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