Baba Egyetem is a family daycare centre that supervises babies of 20 weeks old and teaches small children of 3-4 years old. Besides holding family days and special ocassion parties, it also has room hire and baby hotel (sleepover) services.
Imre Madach is a Hungarian-English Bilingual Primary School that teaches English one hour per day, for five days, up to 4th Grade (from 6 to 10 years old).
Mamas & Papas has a nice selection of baby furniture, accessories, toys and clothing, but you do pay the price for the quality.
Kangaboo caters for the pregnant person as well as for the babies and kids.
Deichmann sells brand name shoes as well as non-brand, but either way at export prices.
On this web page is a list of website links and contact details of professionals and shops you might want to consider visiting/contacting for the purpose of staying in Hungary for a while with one or more children and/or babies, and/or to recommend to your potential tenants/tourists with one or more children and/or babies.
When I first started staying in Szeged I wondered where I could find a good hairdresser, bicycle shop, book shop, stationer, watch repairer and so on. After trial and error, and some help from Tünde and her son, I found the shops and services I needed. Now I have extended this search to childrens shops and activities, both in Szeged and Budapest. Hopefully you will find these resources useful.
This babycare centre (shop) consists mainly of clothing, buggies, toys and standard accessories such as milk bottles, nappies and dummies and simply serves as a convenience shop to their larger ranged online shop called Yoops. When I went to look around the staff were very helpful, even though they did not speak English, and the shop was very spacious looking (uncluttered) whereby things were easy to see/find.
This company has an impressive product range listed on their baby care website
Regio Játék is a very nice toy shop that sells a host of products aimed at babies and children. ABC learning tools, tea sets, cars, action figures, barbie dolls, puzzle, jigsaws, balls, cards, magic sets and cuddly toys among other products. Many of them you might remember from your own childhood.
This shop has a nice collection of classic and modern toys for the whole family
You can find Regio Játék shops in shopping areas and on main roads for example in major Hungarian cities.
This Szeged baby shop is within walking distance of the above mentioned Baby Center and quite similar in products too. Brendon also stock baby furniture such as baby armchairs, themed coat hangers and beddings; as well as car seats, clothing, breast feeding material, books, cds, toys and maternity diaries.
This baby centre is quite near to the other Baby Center shop mentioned above
Brendon prices are reasonable and affordable. Their shops tend to be more popular in Budapest, Szeged and Miskolc even though they have shops elsewhere in Hungary.
1138 Budapest, Váci Út 168, Hungary - MOB: 06 70 339 7000 - Monday - Sunday: 10am - 7pm - GPS: N 47 32.720 E 19 04.295GPS Map.
This offline lego shop might be small and 'out of town' but it does stock quite a wide range of lego kits. And if you need a wider range of products you should visit their website that also acts as an online shop with many more products on it.
If you are a lego fan who needs a dedicated lego shop, visit Letsgoszeged.
If you need to visit a Lego shop in Budapest, there are only three certified Lego shops to choose from (check their website below). They all open 10am - 9pm, Monday - Saturday, but have various opening times on a Sunday.